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List of festivals in Romania

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List of festivals in Romania

This is a list of festivals in Romania.


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  • Toamna Muzicală Clujeană
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  • Harmonia Cordis International Classical Guitar Festival - Classical Guitar Music at Official page
  • Novum Generatio International Guitar Days - Classical Guitar Music at Official page
  • Terra Siculorum International Classical Guitar Festival & Competition - Classical Guitar Music and Competition at Official page
  • Transylvania Calling - Gathering of the Tribes (Transformational Open Air Festival) Sibiu/Brasov. Official page
  • Bucharest Early Music Festival Official page
  • Jazzy Spring Festival Bucharest - jazz
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  • Peninsula / Félsziget Festival - rock, metal, pop, electro etc. at Targu Mureş; Romania's biggest music festival
  • BestFest - Bucharest
  • Stufstock - Vama Veche
  • Festivalul Plai - Timişoara
  • Gărâna Jazz Festival - Gărâna, Caraş-Severin
  • Delta Music Fest - Sfantu Gheorghe - Delta Dunarii []


  • Shakespeare International Theatre Festival of Craiova - National Theatre of Craiova
  • Avram Goldfaden Festival - Theater
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  • Anonimul - International official site)
  • DaKINO - official site)
  • IPIFF - The Independent Producers International Film Festival, Constanţa (official site)
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  • FILM.DOK - Documentary Film Festival, Miercurea-Ciuc (official site)
  • Anim'est - International Animation Film Festival, official site)
  • Gay Film Nights, Cluj-Napoca
  • Where is the love? - International Short Film Festival, official site)
  • ALTER-NATIVE - International Short Film Festival, official site)
  • NexT Film Festival - International Short Film Festival, Bucharest (official site - in Romanian)
  • Timishort Film Festival - International Short Film Festival, official site)


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