How to entertain in Georgia?
In Georgia there are several dates you should know about. “Tbilisoba” is celebrated in Tbilisi in the end of October and lasts two days.

The festival features open-air concerts of traditional music and dancing and various cultural events, centered on Old Tbilisi. Beyond celebrating the city's past and present, people from all over Georgia represent their region at the fair of the harvest and Rtveli.

You may taste different food and wine from different parts of Georgia. If you plan to visit Georgia in autumn don’t miss the chance to celebrate “Tbilisoba” with us.

Tbilisi Open-Air - International Music Festival is held in Tbilisi from 2009. After that the festival is organized each year and is widely considered as the biggest music festival in Caucasus region. The festival mainly maintains several-day outdoor event format. It usually lasts 3 days and you may buy ticket for all three days or buy by each day, depends on you. Buying all three days ticket is cheaper.

As the organizers of Tbilisi Open Air clarify, the defining idea behind the festival is freedom. This is freedom from stress, clichés, social controls, freedom to create and express, freedom to experience what is valued by every single one of us as individuals.

There are several Night Clubs in Tbilisi, most known are: “Khidi”, “Mtkvari”, “Bassiani”, “Spacehall”. It’s better to get there on events, held by famous DJ’s.

Georgia’s most important place is in Shekvetili, near Batumi “Black Sea Arena” it’s a new place with unlimited possibilities and impressive events is already marked on Georgian map. Black Sea Arena offers high standards with excellent performance. Design, location and atmosphere will fascinate every tourist. Arena is equipped with best technologies, acoustic is perfect. It has already received world famous stars: Scorpions; Aerosmith. And the upcoming events are with performance of: Elton John; Goran Bregovic.

“Mtskhetoba” is held in Mtskheta 14-th of October. A lot of people including Georgians da tourists come and are entertained by traditional dancing, live music, demonstrations of traditional crafts and locally made food and crafts. You definitely should visit Mtskheta and enjoy its festival. “Tbilisoba” and “Mtskhetoba” is the best way to find out more about Georgian culture.

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