Held from late June to early July, this week-long festival features street theatre, open-air art installations and 'happenings' staged unpredictably in public places such as Old Town Sq, the Royal Way, public parks …
This 50-year-old festival, held over nine days in September, is the city’s pride and joy. It offers a chance to hear the world’s best avant-garde music, including new works by major Polish composers.
Series of July concerts brings leading international jazz stars to town, mixed in with performances by local talent. Major gigs are held in the Congress Hall at the Soho Factory complex in Praga.
Staged annually from mid-June to the end of July and organised by the Warsaw Opera Kameralna. Features performances of all 26 of Mozart’s stage productions, plus a selection of his other works.
Two-week festival of orchestral and chamber music held in August, presenting the works of Chopin and other great European composers.
Screenings of the year’s best international films over 10 days in October, plus Polish film highlights and plenty of retrospectives.
Annual march through the city's streets in mid-June, in support of social equality and diversity.
A series of concerts celebrating the work of the great composer.