What's going on in Ljubljana this month?

Open Kitchen food market

On Fridays from mid-March to October the Ljubljana Central Market hosts a street food market that you simply should not miss. At the market, called Open Kitchen, you can experience the delights of freshly cooked food prepared by different Slovenian chefs right there in front of you, on the market stalls. See more information ...

Antique Flea Market

On Sundays: Ljubljana's Antique Flea Market offers antiques, art pieces and all kinds of bric-a-brac of collectible or simply nostalgic value. See more information ...

Recreational March Around Ljubljana and Threesomes Run

9 May: The recreational Path around Ljubljana is a unique cultural monument. It runs along the course of the barb wire fence which surrounded Ljubljana during World War II. See more information ... 

The Countryside in the City: Gastronomy products from Slovenian farms

9 May and 5 September: The event will present foods and traditions of the Slovenian countryside. See more information ...

Art Nouveau Ljubljana and the Architect Maks Fabiani - photographic exhibition

Until 14 May: This open-air exhibition brings together 116 photographs of the Art Nouveau architectural heritage in Ljubljana. Apart from presenting the city's rich Art Nouveau heritage, the exhibition also draws attention to the significance of this international artistic movement as a cultural factor common to the entire Europe of its time. See more information ...

Castle Days

15 May: The annual Castle Days festival offers a programme of events for the entire family. It rounds off with an open-doors day, when visitors to Ljubljana Castle can view the exhibition Slovenian History, see the Virtual Castle projection, and visit the Outlook Tower free of charge. See more information ...

Growth

16 May: The gala concert of the Student Folk Dance Group France Marolt and the Crescendo Symphony Orchestra. See more information ...

International Museum Day

18 May: Admission to all Ljubljana's museums and galleries is free. See more information ...

Lighting Guerilla: Park Geometrica

22 May: Pre-opening event of Lighting Guerilla festival. See more information ...

Medieval Day - living history event

24 May: An open-air living history event, will try to evoke an authentic medieval atmosphere in the midst of the historical city centre of Ljubljana. Stalls at a medieval fair will be selling medieval objects, food, and drinks. See more information ...

International Druga Godba Festival

28 - 30 May: A festival of world and, to a lesser extent, contemporary jazz music. See more information ...

ARTish - festival of creativity and a selling exhibition of arts and crafts

30 May and 27 June: ARTish is a series of events where artists not only show their works, but also present their methods and ideas. The festival programme also includes free creative workshops for adults and children, theatre performances, music concerts, charity projects such as exchange of used clothes, and various fundraising events. See more information ...

Emona: A City of the Empire

Until 31 May: The exhibition provides a comprehensive overview of the Roman city of Emona, built two millenniums ago on the site of the present-day Ljubljana. See more information ... 

Museums on a Summer Night

20 Jun: An annual summer event organised by Ljubljana's museums and galleries, will feature a programme of workshops, demonstrations, film screenings, concerts, etc. See more information ...

Bob Dylan, concert

25 June: Since the end of the 1980s he has been on a continuous tour, which has included Ljubljana three times before. See more information ...

Flow Festival Ljubljana

26 - 28 June: One of the world's most creative and unique music festivals, will this year also be held in Ljubljana. The star artists to appear at the festival include Pet Shop Boys, Róisín Murphy, Metronomy, Run the Jewels, Caribou, José González, and Derrick May. See more information ...

1001 Inventions: Discover the Golden Age of Muslim Civilization

Until 2 July: This world renowned exhibition for people of all ages presents the most important discoveries of the golden age of Islamic civilization, which profoundly affected the development of the modern world. It consists of more than 60 interactive exhibits. Read more information ...

Ljubljana celebrates Fabiani Year

2015 marks the 150th birth anniversary of the architect Maks Fabiani, whose rich legacy makes him one of the most important Central European architects of the turn of the 20th century. In celebration of the anniversary, Ljubljana will host a programme of exhibitions. See more information ...