Cultural events


The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity

Every year on the second Sunday of January, foundation ‘The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity’ organize ‘The Grand Finale’. On this special day hundreds of volunteers collect money in the whole country. Along with it, foundation organize concerts and other cultural events at Krakow’s Main Square.


Easter Ludwig van Beethoven Concert

The concert of classical music is organized every year in pre-easter atmosphere. Virtuosos from all over the world come to Krakow to perform the greatest Ludwig van Beethoven pieces of work.


Great Dragon Parade

The oldest and the most recognizable doll theatre – Groteska with a little help from kids created The Great Dragon Parade. On this special day Krakow is visited by dragons from all over the world, which stroll around the streets. The event is celebrated along with the Day of Krakow.



Festival of Slavic Culture and great music. Its name comes from old tradition of writhing wreaths and throwing them into the water by maidens as a wish of quick marriage. Nowadays this lovely tradition is accompanied by concerts, exhibitions, jousting demonstrations and Midsummer Fair, where you can taste various Slavic delicacies. 


Live Music Festival

Next to Open’er Music Festival and Orange Warsaw Festival, Live Music Festival is one of the biggest in Poland. It used to be known as Coke Live Music Festival. On the stages of Krakow’s festival already appeared, among others Florence and Machine, The Killers, Franz Ferdinand or Regina Spektor. For now, list of artists who will perform in summer 2015 is unknown, but surely, it is gonna be impressive.


Summer Jazz Festival

From Piwnica pod Baranami, the most famous and charming place in Krakow, you will be able to hear the greatest sounds of jazz music. In late July and early August world class jazz stars are coming to Krakow. In Piwnica pod Barnami already performed: Nigel Kennedy, Joe Lovano, Eddie Henderson, Bobby McFerrin and Billy Copham.


Singing Lesson

November 11th is a very special day for Poles. In 1918, after 123 years of captivity, Poland finally returned on world’s maps. To celebrate the Independence Day, Cracovians gather on the Main Square and sing national songs along with artists of Loch Camelot Theatre.


Christmas Fair

Before Christmas Main Square in Krakow changes into big Christmas Fair. You can purchase handmade gifts, Christmas ornaments or simply taste traditional, polish dishes or melted wine with group of friends. Nowhere else in the world Christmas magical atmosphere is so intense as it is in Krakow! 

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