The Events Calendar
The brightest and most colorful 5-kilometer run awaits you in Yerevan once again this September. Are you ready for Yerevan Color Run 2018?
Have you ever wished to escape from the daily urban life and feel what it is like to live in a countryside? Come to 1000 Years of Village Life Festival on September 30 and enjoy these two days as a “villager”.
Hey, wine lovers, here comes the greatest festival dedicated to Armenian wine making, taking place in Areni, Vayots Dzor region.
11 - 12 Oct
17th Summit of Francophonie will take place in Yerevan on October 11 and 12. High ranking officials from top francophone countries will be in the limelight.
20 - 21 Oct
Take a vacay straight to Armenia! We will be celebrating the 2800th birthday of our capital Yerevan.
You do not actually need a reason to eat Gata, but when there is a special festival for this delicious Armenian dessert, you simply have to participate and enjoy the taste.
Learn the history of the most important holiday in Armenia and get ready to celebrate it.
September 15 forecast in Artsakh – 100% chance of wine! Come to Togh village in Artsakh and enjoy one of the greatest wine events of the year.
In the days of globalization, it is quite exciting to hear about local cultures and traditions. What if we say you can experience the varieties of genuine Armenian culture all in one place?
08 - 12 Sep
Encouraging cultural exchange through peaceful interactions and dialogue, Armenia organizes the annual “Armenia on the Crossroad of Peace” folk festival.
18 - 19 Aug
Yerevan Beer Festival 2018 to turn Swan Lake into small Bavaria
Barbeque lovers, August 18 will be yours to enjoy. Just come to Akhtala and witness the “Khorovats” (Armenian equivalent for barbeque) Festival with your own eyes.
17 - 19 Aug
Get ready to enjoy music and art throughout 3 days, from August 17 to 19, in one of Armenia’s resort towns, Tsaghkadzor.
11 - 12 Aug
On August 11-12, the city of Berd, Tavush region will host Honey and Berry Festival. Can you think of a sweeter festival?
One thing that never gets old is music by the lakeside. Sevan Music Festival invites you to enjoy live music on the shores of Lake Sevan. Gain new emotions and make great memories!
Armenian traditional clothing will take over the streets once again in August, during Taraz Festival 2018.
Armenia's upcoming flying lanterns festival is a must-see for travelers and locals alike.
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.