Upcoming Cultural Events 30. 10.2017–05. 11. 2017

Nick Cave &The Bad Seeds

On 30 October at 8:00 p. m.

Organiser: Društvo ŠKUC, 01 430 35 35.

Venue: Stožice Centre, Vojkova Street, 100, Ljubljana.

A concert of the famous rock musician Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds band. In Ljubljana, they present their new, the 16th in a row, studio album Skeleton Tree.


On 31 October at 8:00 p. m.

Organiser: Centre of Urban Culture Kino Šiška, 030 310 100.

Venue: Dobra Vaga, Adamič-Lundrovo nabrežje 5, Ljubljana.

A concert. Electronic music.

Admission is free, but pre-registration is required.

Halloween Festival 2017

On 31 October from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Organiser: Orehov gaj, 030 691 109.

Venue: Orehov gaj, Obrije, Ljubljana.

A festival dedicated to the Halloween and the Day of All Saints, which are traditionally celebrated on 31 October and 1 November.

November Gourmet Ljubljana

From 2 to 30 November

Organiser: Turizem Ljubljana, 01 306 45 83.

Venue: Krekov Square 10, Ljubljana.

A large-scale cycle of culinary activities. It will involve festivals of beer, wine, presentation of original dishes, workshops, tastings, excursions, and a rich cultural and entertainment programme.

Free admission.

The Songs of the Living Dead (Slovene: Pesmi živih mrtvecev)

On 3 November at 7:30 p.m.

Organiser: Prešeren Theatre in Kranj, 04 20 10 200.

Venue: Prešeren Theatre in Kranj, Main Square 6, Kranj.

A comedy drama.

Entrance fee: 10–20 euros.

Parni Valjak 2 v 1 Akustika/Elektrika

On 4 November at 8:00 p.m.

Organiser: Agencija Uran, 03 490 00 62.

Venue: Dvorana Stožice, Ljubljana.

A concert of pop and rock music performed by the famous Croatian band Parni Valjak 2 v 1. The band is on stage for more than 40 years.

Entrance fee: 27–40 euros.

Slavoj Žižek Trojno Življenje Antigone

On 5 November at 7:30 p.m.

Organiser: Slovenian People’s Theatre of Celje, 03 426 42 00.

Venue: Slovenian People’s Theatre of Celje, Theatre Square 5, Celje.

An ethical and political drama in the author’s interpretation of the famous philosopher and postmodernist Slavoj Žižek (inspired by Sophocles’ ancient Greek tragedy “Antigone”).

Entrance fee: 13–18 euros.