Researchers' Night is a Pan-European series of science events. Over 400 fun and engaging events take place on Researchers' Night, both in Tartu and all over Estonia. This time, main theme of the festival is Science and Fiction.
Stencibility is an annual street art festival that began in 2010 in Tartu, and now it simultaneously takes place in other cities, as well. The name is a reference to the stencil technique. The festival is about introducing, promoting and creating new street art. Guided tours and street art maps are available.
Club Tartu Maraton's main aim is the organizing 6 popular sport events: Tartu Maraton (cross country skiing), Tartu Jooksumaraton (running and Nordic Walking race), Tartu Rattaralli (cycling road race), Tartu Rattamaraton (mountain bike race), Tartu Rulluisumaraton (inline skating race) and Tartu City Marathon (running race).
Garlic products, garlic drinks, garlic ice cream, garlic chocolate - Garlic Festival introduces garlic the best possible way. The festival also offers great variety of local produce, handicraft and entertainment.
The Logo of the Festival: FUTURE DEPENDS ON US
Concerts will take place on three stages. Traditional fair will set in Senvagė. Festive Parade will be seen in the streets. Interactive projects for different age groups in streets and squares.
The films created in 2014-2015 are presented in the programme.
Baltic Folklore Festival AISŪS KANKLELIAI
Concerts of traditional and modern folklore, trainings, evenings will be organised.
International Puppet Wagon Theatre Festival LAGAMINAS 11, dedicated to the XXXth anniversary of Panevėžys Puppet Wagon Theatre.
Creative works of puppet theatre professionals will be presented. The theatres from Sweden, Ukraine, Kazachstan, Poland, Slovakia, Croatia, Byelorussia and Lithuania plan to take part.
The tradition of St Dominic’s Fair dates back to the 13th century. On the final Saturday of July, throngs of merchants from Germany, France, England and even Spain and Portugal would come arrive in Gdańsk. Over 400 ships were known to call at the harbour with French and Spanish wine, silk, preserves, Portuguese spices, English tin and cloth. Circus acts, acrobats, jugglers and actors’ troupes would come from far and wide.