Four days of world-famous DJs on the decks, and all the wonderful madness that comes with it.
Free festival featuring live performances by international rock and alternative bands.
Kotor's summer arts festival acts as an umbrella for several established events, including the Children's Theatre Festival, Don Branko’s Music Days (featuring international artists performing classical music in Koto…
St Valentine doesn't have the monopoly on 14 February. Kotor's patron saint's feast day is celebrated with Mass, a procession through the streets, folk dances and music.
Some seriously big names (including Jean Paul Gaultier in 2015) send their collections down a catwalk set up in front of St Tryphon's Cathedral.
Carrying on the Venetian Renaissance tradition with two weeks of masked balls, parades and performances in the lead-up to Lent.
Decorated boats light up the bay, fireworks explode in the sky and the populace parties like there's no tomorrow.
A celebration of the bloom that enlivens many Kotor gardens in mid-March. Includes the Camellia Ball, where a prominent local woman is chosen as the Lady of the Camellia.
Dating back to 1420, on 26 June the traditionally clad sailors are presented with the flag and keys of the city and perform the kolo (circle dance).
A condensed version of the main (pre-Lent) carnival staged at a more tourist-friendly time.