Oradea International Theatre Festival takes place each year in the last week of September in Oradea, a city of Art Nouveau architectural heritage. The festival includes 4 sections: The Short Theatre Festival, The Competition of Dramatic Creation dedicated to the short plays, Great Theatre Performances and Fringe.
DelaHoya is the oldest electronic music festival in Romania.
Since 1997 the festival has brought electronic music to the Romanian and foreign fans of the genre. This year, live artists and DJs will bring the joy of listening to music on 4 stages:
> The Main Stage & > The Other Stage - drum'n'bass and house music inside the Polyvalent Hall, next to The Cluj Arena
> The /FORM SPACE stage - house, DJ's and live performances in /Form Space, the club located on the ground floor of Cluj Arena
> The Live Stage - alternative, dub, rock music on the stage located outside of Polyvalent Hall (open-air, free entrance)
This year's lineup includes Sigma (DJ set), Wilkinson (DJ set), Dub Pistols, Jon Kennedy, Foreign Beggars, Worakls, Marco Bailey, Robin and the Backstabbers, Moonlight Breakfast and many others.
Tickets can be purchased here. Daily ticket/stage cost 41 lei (+ processing fee).
A film festival that brings documentaries, hybrid and experimental films which were screened and recognized at major international film festival. The festival explores "diverse forms of cinematic representation of reality and modes of transcending formal and national boundaries."
Admission is free for all screenings.
The festival takes place in the historical centre of the Alba Carolina citadel at the beginning of autumn and is presented by TIFF - Transylvania International Film Festival. The only film festival in Alba Iulia brings together grown-ups and children – the programme for the fifth edition of the festival features open-air and indoor movie screenings, live concerts and street art performances for grown-ups, games, special screenings and educational activities for children. Entry is free for all the events of the festival.
The first edition of AWAKE music & arts festival will take place this year, at the beginning of September. Located in the spectacular natural surroundings of the Teleki estate in Gornești, Mures County, the festival promises not only to bring the live music experience, but also to celebrate different forms of art and the picturesque outdoors: interactive theatre performances, open-air cinema, discussion-driven platform for looking for inspiration and information, library in the forest and many other attractions.
Line-up: Tom Odell, Knife Party, Modestep (live), Dirtyphonics, Aeroplane, Mazde, Axel, , Şuie Paparude, Coma, Golan. Check here the full programme of the event.
You can buy tickets online (general admission 3 day pass - 181 lei) or at the festival entrance (3 day pass - 201 lei)
AMURAL is the first and the only Romanian festival dedicated entirely to contemporary visual arts. Over the course of four days, AMURAL Festival transforms the “Dupa Ziduri” ("Behind the Walls") alley into the most effervescent spot of Brasov, occupying the medieval fortifications, the Warthe Hill and the Graft Stream. The event, unique in Romania, is part of the official application programme of Brasov for the title of Cultural Capital of Europe.
AMURAL brings together creative people at the intersection between art and entertainment: graffiti mural art, digital art, graphic design exhibitions, video mapping, film and animation, installations of ligh, concerts and events in the center of the city and in the middle of nature.
For the full programme of this year's edition, click here.
Smida Jazz Festival is an international event dedicated to contemporary jazz which mixes the sound of jazz with the spectacular beauty of Apuseni Mountains.
The event takes place in Smida, a Transylvanian village in the Apuseni Natural Park.
This year's lineup features the Manchester three piece GoGo Penguin,
Bugge Wesseltoft's New Conception of Jazz, Tingvall Trio, The Kandinsky Effect and other international and Romanian artists.
3 day pass costs approximately 100 lei (22 euros).
Dilema Veche Festival takes place annually in the impressive Citadel of Alba Iulia, the largest citadel in Romania and southeastern Europe. During the the festival, various writers, musicians and artists will try their best to elucidate the dilemmas we all have. The programme includes conferences, talks & debates, performances, concerts of various genres, book launches & readings, children events – 3 days of celebration and culture in one of the oldest towns in Romania.