The America’s Got Talent alum and violin sensation returns to Prague with her ecclectic mix of classical, dubstep, and dance.
American indie noise-pop outfit and lo-fi heroes said to have inspired everyone from the Flaming Lips to Grizzly Bear.
Blues legends Gary Clarke Jr. and Dr. John will both give open-air concerts on the terrace of the Riding School this summer.
Acclaimed American jazz and funk legend and recent Kennedy Center Honors winner brings his influential improv bop stylings to Prague.
More than 150 artists on four lives stages with three DJ stages. Impressive line-up of musicians includes Batmobile, Ignite, and The Creepshow.
A series of free out-door concerts presenting world-class jazz acts in the stunning medieval surruonds of Prague’s Old Town.
Eight different castles throughout the Czech Republic and Moravia will host live outdoor concerts; Točník Castle is the closest venue to Prague.
Bjork, St. Vincent, Rudimental, and Mika headline this year’s edition of one of Europe’s most highly anticipated and acclaimed music festivals.
Seventy-two groups and ensembles from twenty countries perform on open-air stages across Prague, ending with a colorful Old Town parade.
The English rapper and MC of Nigerian descent appears with Miami-based rapper Denzel Curry, known for his politically charged mix-tapes.
CODE entertainment presents a “day and night downtown party” with a line-up of heavy hitters: Fatty M, DjLoutka, Rob Smile, Sebastian Deluca.
Art & Design
Newly opened exhibition brings to life the genius of Leonardo da Vinci as an inventor, scientist, and engineer.
Pure Vintage – July 12/The Swan Divadelni Klub
Exhibition and sale of summery vintage collections from the 1920s to 1980s hand-picked by Prague’s leading sellers of vintage clothing.
On-loan from the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, this exhibition draws connections between abstract painters with “spiritist” tendencies.
Bygone Times Prague in Pictures – now through October 11
Uknown Czech photographer Boris Baromykin gets his due with a retrospective of hundreds of black and white photos capturing Prague music venues of the 1960s.
This annual festival of clowning and street theater will bring to life the streets around Wenceslas Square and, new this year, an exhibit at Prague Exhibition Grounds.
The fiftieth edition of Central Europe’s largest and most prestigious film festival welcomes actors Harvey Keitel and Richard Gere and screens over 200 films from around the world.
Catch a summer flick (hits from the 2014/15 cinema season) at one of Prague’s arthouse cinemas for just 40 CZK. Daily screenings offered.
As part of the Prague Proms classical music festival, scenes from the 1925 silent classic Ben Hur, with score by Carl Davis, will be accompanied by orchestral majesty.
If the local Summer Shakespeare Festival is out of your linguistic comfort zone, try this live simulcast of the RSC’s performance of Shakespeare’s comedy.
Food & Drink
A diverse range of food from amateurs and professionals of the trade, from Greek donuts to jerk chicken and homemade ice cream bars!
No forks and spoons required at this fun Stromovka fest devoted to tapas, small bites, appetizers, sandwiches and the like.
Tastings, workshops, and professional cooking shows are on the line-up at this first showcase of Czech cooking schools