The Events Calendar
On July 28, Armenia will host the cutest festival where raspberry collectors will present their fresh raspberries and other traditional dishes. If you are wondering what to do in Armenia, the Raspberry Festival is surely the answer.
21 - 22 Jul
Do you love nature, extreme and fun all at the same time? If yes, come to Yell Extreme Park to celebrate the Park’s 3rd anniversary on July 21 and 22.
20 - 22 Jul
Summertime and Music festivals are on the favorite list of Summer goals; the almighty vibrations of music, happy faces of people, cheerful mood, new experience and emotions.
08 - 15 Jul
Film lovers should be extremely happy to find themselves in Armenia from July 8 to 15, because the annual Golden Apricot International Film Festival is again a reality.
The Armenian heat is quite pleasant to experience but to cool off is an enjoyment too! If you are going to be in Armenia in the first week of July, on 8th of July, then we advise you go outside and join the national fun. What is waiting for you? Watering others and being “watered” yourself.
07 - 08 Jul
Make sure to book July 7 and 8 for Hartak Festival’s intense, joyful and unforgettable weekend in Gyumri.
Get ready for Mulberry festival that features pavilions of traditional Armenian cuisine, vodka, and souvenirs!
Nature and ecology are two of the many reasons why tourists come to Armenia. This beautiful festival called “Hay Buis” (translated as Armenian Herb) promotes ecological thinking through fun and educational activities.
23 - 24 Jun
On June 23-24, Armenia will celebrate the annual ecotourism festival, organized since 2016. Vayots Dzor region, where the festival will take place, will be rich in food, sports and its essential - raw nature. The atmosphere will be eco-friendly only.
Here is another reason to travel to Armenia. Join the annual festival to explore the traditions and culture of Vayots Dzor and Syunik regions.
03 - 04 Jun
European Union supports the first-of-its-kind Fashion Forum in Armenia.
May 28, 2018 marks the centennial of the first Republic of Armenia. On this day in 1918 Armenian National Council declared the independence of the Republic of Armenia. This day is one of the most beloved Armenian holidays out there.
Join the very festival to explore one of the traditional dishes of Armenian cuisine and taste the varities of tolma.
Learn more about Armenia's greatest museums ahead of the Museum Night 2018.
11 - 12 May
Join the very celebration of the “Yerevan Wine Days” on 11 and 12 May.
Canadian-born American motivational public speaker and self-development author Brain Tracy will be in Armenia.
28 Oct - 03 Nov
One of the most important emerging festivals, receiving over a thousand film submissions and attracting tens of thousands from around the world.
The jazzest event in Armenia – Yerevan Jazz annual international jazz festival.