You can choose from historical, folklore, craft, art, technical and, of course, sports, music, fashion, film and theatre events. If that is not enough, there are gastronomical festivals, humour, and satire.
The end of January belongs to artistry of Slovak State Traditional Dance Company in regions of eastern Slovakia. Its tour starts Thursday, January 25th in Michalovce, the metropolis of Zemplín cultural region. Local Town Sporting Hall will witness the best of SĽUK at 7 p.m.
The 2018 in Incheba Bratislava will traditionally start by the fair of gastronomy and hotel industry Danubius Gastro. The feast for gastronomy lovers belongs into the most important events of its kind in Central Europe and is an prestigious meeting place for owners of restaurants, gastro facilities, hotels, pensions, patisseries, coffee houses, spas and shops. The already 25th edition will only prove the growing trend of support of Slovak food producers.
Accompanying exhibition of ITF Slovakiatour and Danubius Gastro fairs in Bratislava is dedicated not only to professional hunters, but also to all lovers of nature and hiking. Friends of the hunting tradition, nature- and culture-enthusiasts wil find a lot interesting in Incheba Expo at this exhibition.
Pure joy of life presented in music, sing and dance through all shades of temperament Slovak folklore can offer. Curious? Find out yourself Friday, January 26th at 7 p.m. in Town Sports Hall of Humenné, another Zemplín stop on Slovak State Traditional Dance Company's tour across eastern Slovakia this January.
The musical genius of Marián Varga developed into a symphonic form. Musical legends in a new power. Convincingly mature performance. Uncompromising modern expression. These are just some of the ratings of a unique meeting in Bratislava's Great Concert Studio of the Slovak Radio with an exceptional composer, Symphony Orchestra and artists who loved his art.
A great mixture of temperament dances, lively dynamic music and fine lyrical songs blended to perfection, this is Slovak State Traditional Dance Company. The well-known trademark of Slovakia will present the beauty of Slovak foklore in the metropolis of the eastern Slovakia and Abov cultural region on Sunday, January 28th at 7 p.m. in Angels Arena.
During the tour accross eastern Slovakia, Slovak State Traditional Dance Company or simply SĽUK will present its mastery also at the north of Šariš cultural region in Bardejov's Sports Hall. Extraordinary rhythms of fabulous music will take you to the empire of Slovak folklore there on Monday, January 29th at 7 p.m.
Workshop series in BIBIANA studio in Bratislava that will give children an opportunity to work with the author of the exhibition "The Land of Comics", Matúš Maťátko, the designer, or the textile artist and not only invent stories.
Slovan fights again in the world's second most prestigious hockey league. The 10th Kontinental Hockey League season will start on August 21st with a game between the latest Gagarin Cup champion SKA St. Petersburg and the regular season winner CSKA Moscow. The only Slovak KHL representative, HC Slovan Bratislava, should kick off its sixth season one day later.
Virtual reality and its principles in Jakub Roček works will be presented in Ján Koniarek Gallery in Trnava. The exhibition project Principias includes a set of several videos, 3D animations, drawings and spatial installations which together create a narrative entity.
A little bit of natural sciences can be now found in Nitra Gallery in Nitra. The exhibition title, Principia 2.0, refers to Isaac Newton’s theoretical work Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica that formulates basic mathematical-physical theories including the theory of gravity and classical mechanics.
The exhibition in Nitra's Nitra Gallery presents two young artists, Peter Mezei and Juraj Toman. Even though their works might seem different initially, they are united by various internal specifications as well as the actual painting process.
2018 in Slovakia means commemorations and celebrations of various anniversaries related to creation of independent Slovak Republic as a democratic state. In last 100 years, the country has undergone a numerous changes, eras and regimes to stand nowadays self-confident enough to tell about its successful story to the whole world.
The Carnival season starts after Epiphany in January and lasts until Ash Wednesday in March or April. Historically a time to enjoy eating and drinking, it served as a virtual bridge between Christmas and Easter periods. Literally, it also links winter with the spring.