This major performing-arts festival draws experimental companies from all over the world to the stages of Santiago each January. Expect more than 1000 shows to take place over three weeks, with many staged for free …
Some of the world's top jazz performers converge on Providencia's Parque de las Esculturas for one weekend each January. Pick up free tickets from the Fundación Cultural de Providencia (Nueva Providencia 1995) and a…
Each August, Santiago's weeklong film festival showcases choice independent cinema from Chile and beyond throughout several movie theaters. This relatively new festival has grown in prestige in recent years.
Santiago was the first city outside of the US to stage this famous music festival. Big-name national and international acts roll into Parque O'Higgins, generally sometime in March.
Chile's biggest food festival takes over Cerro Santa Lucía for one week with a maze of food stands, wine tastings, cooking demonstrations, parties and more.
Scores of publishing houses and authors from throughout the Spanish-speaking world (and beyond) move into Estación Mapocho and set up shop for two weeks in late October and early November. A full slate of cultural p…
In Chile, late March and early April are all about huasos (cowboys) and bucking broncos. The focus of the action is Rancagua, 90km south of Santiago, but events also take place in Santiago.
This wine festival in Pirque, one of many taking place around Santiago during harvest time, also features traditional cuisine and folkloric music.
Talented craftspeople show off their creations in Providencia's Parque Bustamente, making this the perfect spot to purchase holiday gifts.
In the southern suburb of San Bernardo, this four-day festival celebrates traditional Chilean music, culture, dance and food.