Tbilisi comes out to party for this festival of the autumn harvest and the city’s founding, centred around the Old Town and Rike Park, over a weekend in October. There are mtsvadi (shish kebabs),khinkali (spicy dump…
This popular Georgian folk festival visits the regions then culminates with several days of music, dance, cooking, arts and crafts at Tbilisi’s Open-Air Museum of Ethnography.
Big program of shows by Georgian and international theatre groups and companies, over two weeks in September/October.
In Shatili you might run into the Shatiloba festival, with folk music and dance, horse races and Georgian wrestling.
Showcases recent Georgian and international movies, over a week usually in November or December.
Brings international stars and lots of music lovers to Batumi for several days in late July.