- International Sarajevo Winter Festival (February/Winter)
- Banja Luka Choir Gathering (April/May)
- Kids' Festival (June)
- Bascarsija Nights (July)
- Summer on the Vrbas (July)
- Sarajevo Film Festival (August)
- Banja Luka Summer Games (August)
- MESS Theater Festival (October)
- Jazzfest Sarajevo (November)
International Sarajevo Winter Festival (February/Winter)
The International Winter Festival attracts exhibits from all over the world, including contemporary artistic presentations, concerts, sculpture exhibitions, and cultural commentary. Since its first year in 1984, this festival has become an indispensable part of life in Sarajevo. The International Sarajevo Winter Festival has received one of the highest awards possible, called "Sestoaprilska Negarda Sarajeva."
Banja Luka Choir Gathering (April/May)
Enjoy a series of rich programs with some of the most beautiful voices in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Kids' Festival (June)
The biggest independent kids' event in southeastern Europe is a great destination for a family vacation. Keep the kids entertained with cartoon films, workshops, kiosks, jugglers, dancers, and magic shows, and maybe catch a show or two yourself!
Bascarsija Nights (July)
Bascarsija Nights is one of the most notable cultural festivals to come to Sarajevo. This month-long festival is filled with 40-50 events that span anyone's interests. Free admission and the beautiful location of this festival has added greatly to its charm over the years. Enjoy literary events, children's programs, Classical Music, films, and classical opera and Ballet. Check them out at www.bascarsijskenoci.ba.
Summer on the Vrbas (July)
This traditional event is held near the Kastel Fortress. What makes this festival unique is its blend of athletic events and cultural pursuits. Both artists and athletes display their impressive skills and abilities, so from kayak racing to meetings of artistic associations, there's no way that visitors won't find something just right.
Sarajevo Film Festival (August)
The Sarajevo Film Festival focuses on regional films, both long and short, and a variety of genres to choose from. Whether you're a film buff or someone interested in taking in the culture of Bosnia-Herzegovina, you won't be disappointed in this fantastic event and meeting place for artists all over the globe. Visit www.sff.ba.
Banja Luka Summer Games (August)
Life returns to the area around Banja Luka's historic Kastel as the Summer Games draw masses from Bosnia-Herzegovina and beyond. Enjoy a youthful spirit in the balmy city, while onlookers champion (and even rival) the outstanding athletes of Bosnia-Herzegovina's past. As training conditions improve every year, it's just a matter of time before Olympic gold medals flood Banja Luka again.
MESS Theater Festival (October)
This festival takes place every October, and has been since 1960. MESS, which stands for Small Experimental Stage, offers theater and modern dance performances are hand selected from all Europe. You can explore lots of creative performances that span many different cultures and languages, sometimes providing on-stage translators for specific events.
Jazzfest Sarajevo (November)
Jazzfest is Sarajevo's jazz scene at its finest. This internationally-minded festival blends perfectly with the strong cafe culture that has regained its strength in Sarajevo. Any jazz lover should mark this festival as the perfect opportunity to experience jazz in an original, European setting. Go to www.jazzfest.ba for more details.
well for some its a tradition and for some they do it for fun! a celabration is time to do festive things
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Some Cultures Of Bosnia Are That They Celebrate
there are many celebrations like candle day rain day bread day fun day sleep day
some of celebrations do they have in Croatia
There are no war conflicts in Bosnia since 1996.
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celebrations are a joyful occasion for special festivities to mark some happy event
Easter is an important holiday for Russia because they bless everyone in church and hide Easter Eggs for kids to have fun. They also set up fun games and activities for the kids. The grown ups also join in on the fun
The Haudenosaunee had social dances, told stories, and played athletic games for fun. They often had large community celebrations and feasts.