Rough Guide to festivals in the Brasov area through out the year
The Sighisoara Blues Festival
1st March - Throughout its the 1st day of spring where women are given flowers and
there are various festivals celebrating the 1st day of Spring
8th March - Woman’s day - Woman are given flowers by men to celebrate Woman’s Day
Miercurea-Ciuc The Szekely Pilgrimage the largest traditional and religious festival
of the Szekely people, held on Whit Sunday.
Sfantu Gheorghe. The 3day St George’s Day Festival held on the last Sunday in April.
The Days of Brasov and Juni Pageant is Brasov’s biggest festival and is well worth
being in Brasov for the festival. Starts the first week after Orthodox Easter and
finishes with a big festival at the Solomn Rocks in the Schei district of Brasov.
Cluj - The Transylvania International Film Festival
Sibiu - International Theatre Festival held on the 1st week in June
Sacele - Santilia Festival of the Shepherds a famous festival held on 23-24 July
Sighisoara - The popular Medieval Arts Festival held in late July
Targu Mures - The Felsziget Festival held in late July is a rock DJ festival.
Zarnesti - The traditional Edelweiss Festival on the 1st Sunday after St Mary’s
Day with the aim of promoting young artists who keep the musical traditions alive.
Brasov - The International Arts Festival and the International Chamber Music Festival.
Prejmer - The Saxon Harvest Day festival held on the 6-7th October
Brasov - The International Jazz and Blues Festival and the Contemporary Drama Festival
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