Jazz in the Valley of the Thracian Kings

Jazz will sound in the Valley of the Thracian Kings from August 30 to September 1. Then the Jazz Fest Kazanlak Festival will take place. On August 30th, at 5 pm in the Photography Museum, you will be able to hear the concert program “Jazz Kids” featuring current and former students from the National School of Music and Performing Arts “Hristina Morfova”. At 8 pm in front of the world famous and included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Kazanlak Tomb in Tulbeto Park, the festival will be officially opened with a concert of Jazz Formation “X-KEY”.

Kazanlak jazz fest

The evening will continue at 10 pm at the Museum of Photography, featuring the “Born to be Blue” musical film that tells the story of the famous trumpet player Chet Baker. On August 31st at 6 pm at the Art Gallery of Kazanlak you can visit the exhibition of the artist Valentin Asenov and enjoy the concert of the Spectrum Vocal Ensemble

Kazanlak jazz fest

At 8 pm in front of the tomb of Kazanlak will officially be opened “Holidays in the valley of the Thracian kings”. The concert of the formation of Hristo Yotsov “Jazz Cats” begins. On the last day of the event at 5 pm at the Museum of Photography Emil Voynikov will introduce you to “Vocal Jazz Formations”. From 8 pm in front of the Kazanlak Tomb, the audience will welcome the formation “So nice – south jazz”.

Kazanlak jazz fest

The evening continues with a concert by Vasko Patchka and Podouene Blues Band. At 11 pm at the New York Pub restaurant, the festival jazz fashion will begin. As long as you are in Kazanlak, do not miss to visit the tombs in the valley of the Thracian kings. More about them can be found at https://travelbulgaria.news/gallery-thracian-tombs-kazanlak/.

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I love history, to walk through old cobblestone streets, to smell the air of the past times and to feel the legends in the air. And I'm lucky to have been born in a country with a glorious past and a lot of stories to tell. Bulgaria was founded more than 1,300 years ago and has never changed its name. But the life of people, their everyday habits, their traditions, their music and their art have changed over the centuries. I invite you to take a walk through the different ages of Bulgaria and to get to know it better.