The International Music Festival of F. L. Vek
The International Music Festival of F. L. Vek (Czech: cs:Mezinárodní hudební festival F. L. Věka) is a festival of classical music in the Hradec Králové Region of the Czech Republic.The Internatio...
International Music Festival Český Krumlov
The International Music Festival Český Krumlov is the longest-running summer music festival in the Czech Republic, having been established in 1992. Offering a wide range of musical genres performed by...
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Janáček Music Festival
The Janáček May International Music Festival (Mezinárodní hudební festival Janáčkův máj) is an annual classical music festival founded in Ostrava, near Janáček's birthplace Hukvaldy, in 1976. The fest...
Mighty Sounds
Mighty Sounds is one of the biggest ska and punk rock festivals in Europe. The festival, located in the Czech Republic, first took place in 2005, in the village of Olší near Opařany, remaining at that...
Real Beat Festival
Real Beat festival is the first high grade reggae/dancehall festival in the Czech Republic. The festival was held from 2000 to 2006 under the name Reggae Ethnic Session. The first edition with the cur...
Concentus Moraviae
Concentus Moraviae is an international music festival held in the towns of the Vysočina and South Moravian region of the Czech Republic. The festival consists of more than thirty concerts with the sub...
Rock for People
Rock for People (RfP) is one of the most popular open-air summer music festivals in the Czech Republic. The festival began in 1995 in the town Český Brod. In 2007 it was moved to the unused airport of...
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Masters of Rock (festival)
Masters of Rock is a large heavy metal festival in Czech Republic. The main styles represented on this festival are power, speed and heavy metal, though the production tries to make the fest more open...
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Brutal Assault
Brutal Assault is an extreme metal open-air music festival that takes place in an 18th-century army fortress (Josefov Fortress) in Jaroměř, Czech Republic. It takes place each August, traditionally on...
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Czechtalent Zlín
Czechtalent Zlín (was known as Zlín Talent) is a national musical festival held in the town of Zlín in the Czech Republic, featuring young up-and-coming singers and composers. It is an annual event he...
International Performers Competition Brno
The International Performers Competition Brno (Czech: Mezinárodní interpretační soutěž Brno) is a competition for musicians held at the Brno International Music Festival in Brno in the Czech Repub...
Colours of Ostrava
Colours of Ostrava, or simply Colours, is a multi-genre festival, the biggest international music festival in the Czech Republic and one of the biggest music events in Central Europe, held every summe...
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Prague Spring International Music Festival
The Prague Spring International Music Festival (Czech: Mezinárodní hudební festival Pražské jaro, commonly Czech: Pražské jaro, Prague Spring) is a permanent showcase for outstanding performin...
Bohemia Jazz Fest
Bohemia Jazz Fest is an annual free jazz festival in The Czech Republic. It was started in 2005 by Czech-born jazz guitarist Rudy Linka. The festival travels to different historic squares in cities t...
Prague International Organ Festival
Prague International Organ Festival is a festival for organ lovers, held annually in Prague, presenting a series of concerts by well-known organ virtuosos from all over the world. The inaugural editio...
Antifest
Antifest is a name for a punk rock festival taking place in Svojšice in Czech Republic. It is organised in the middle of summer, and the first one took place in 1995. In the beginning the full title w...
Trutnov Open Air Music Festival
Trutnov Open Air Music Festival is one of the biggest music festivals in the Czech Republic[1]. Its origins go back to 1987 when it was founded on the tradition of Underground culture in the city of T...
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