Displays of craft traditions at the Museum of Traditional Folk Civilisation, which holds many summer events.
In 2005 Sibiu resurrected its weeklong jazz festival, which died, along with its first founder, in the early 1990s.
This lively festival features a vivid range of country and folk music from across Romania.
Welcoming a host of international acts, this popular festival is staged in September.
This festival is the most prominent annual performing arts event in Romania and draws as many as 60,000 people per day at 60 venues, with 70 countries involved.
Going for 20 years now this important film festival is dedicated to East European and Romanian documentary filmmakers.
The three-day Sâmbra Oilor, held in late September/early October, is a huge pastoral festival celebrated to welcome the sheep home from the hills.
Sibiu’s remaining 5500 German-speaking Saxons flock to Dumbrava Forest for pagan frolicking and beer bingeing.