29/6-2/7/2016 - FOLKLORE FESTIVAL VÝCHODNÁ - the biggest, the most popular and the oldest folklore festival in Slovakia with international attendance and presentation of traditional Slovak folk culture. Performances by traditional folk groups, music bands, children folk clubs, folk choirs, musicians and dancers. Very important and appreciated by visitors is participation of traditional craftsmen, manufacturers and artists.
13-15/7/2018 - BECKOV CELEBRATIONS - Beckov celebrations are the unique event of its kind in Slovakia. Three days of historic cultural performances in the picturesque village Beckov guarded by majestic Beckov castle. Great music, performances by knights in medieval costumes, kids workshops, traditional craftsmen market, bouncing castle for children and The Pitchfork Throw World Championship. This trip can be combined with sightseeing of Trenčín or Nové Mesto nad Váhom.
14-15/7/2018 - THE STORIES FROM THE TORTURE CHAMBER - staged parody program of the period executions by falconer group Aquila. Humorous performance of the medieval torture showing how cheeky Jacob tricked the Count and the Master hangman.
1/7-31/8/2018 – THE SUMMER SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL - is the oldest and biggest open-air festival in Europe presenting works by William Shakespeare. Around 30 Shakespeare's plays staged during a summer in an open-air auditorium in the unique scenery of the Bratislava Castle seating 300 – 500 people. Summer Shakespeare Festival is part of the Castle Festival organized within the Bratislava Cultural Summer. This show is possible to combined with Bratislava sightseeing.
21-22/7/2018 - FOLKLORE FESTIVAL IN ORAVICE - The festival programme consist of performances by folk ensembles from various regions of Slovakia as well as from abroad that guarantee great atmosphere and pleasant experiences. Traditional market with craftsmen and Slovak cuisine specialities is an essential part of the festival. Trip may be combined with swimming in geothermal aqua-park Meander in the mountain village Oravice at the foothills of the Western Tatras.