Upcoming Cultural Events 02. 07.2018–08. 07. 2018

DubLab: LjubljanJah Vibes

On 2 July at 9:00 p.m.

Organiser: Društvo Kapa

Venue: Summer stage Gala Hall, Metelkova mesto, Ljubljana

A concert of alternative and urban music. Entrance is free (until 10:00 p.m.), after 10:00 p.m.: 3 EUR.

Katalena (Tenth Subart Festival)

On 3 July at 9:00 p.m.

Organiser: Trainstation SubArt

Venue: Layerjeva hiša, Kranj

A concert of original ethno music performed by the Ljubljana band Katalena. A presentation of the “Človek ni Zver” album. Entrance fee: 12 EUR.

MIFF Piran Folk Festival

On 4 July

Organiser: VAL Piran in ZKD Karol Pahor Piran

Venue: Tartini Square, Piran

Opening of the traditional MIFF folk festival in Piran, which has been held annually since 2003. In previous years, more than 120 teams and performers have already taken part in it, and more than 30 thousand people visited the festival. Free admission.

S knjigo pred NUK – prvi dan

On 5 July, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Organiser: KUD Arhiteka

Venue: Obzidje pred NUK-om, Vegova Street, Ljubljana

A family event aimed at popularizing books and reading. During the event, people can exchange books. Children will enjoy interesting tales and food. Free admission.

Japandroids

On 6 July at 8:00 p.m.

Organiser: Centre of Urban Culture Kino Šiška

Venue: Kino Šiška, dvorana Komuna, Ljubljana

A concert of pop and rock music performed by the Canadian indie rock duo Japandroids. Entrance fee: 9.6–15 EUR.

Partibrejkers (Tenth Subart Festival)

On 7 July at 9:00 p.m.

Organiser: Trainstation SubArt

Venue: Klubar Kranj

A concert of the legendary Serbian and Yugoslavian band Partibrejkers that performs blues rock, rock and roll and garage rock. Entrance fee: 14 EUR.

Marc Riboud: Čuječi poptnik. Zavedni fotograf.

On 8 July, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Organiser: Muzej in galerije mesta Ljubljane

Venue: Galerija Jakopič, Slovenska Road 9, Ljubljana

An exhibition of works by the famous French photographer, Marc Riboud, who is called the “guru of the street photography.” The exhibition will present 212 photographs of the author. Entrance fee: 2–3 EUR.