The British DJ and producer, one of the biggest names in the deep house music biz, makes his Prague debut.
Catchy, riff-driven tunes from the original riot grrrls, recently reunited and touring with a documentary to promote.
Having swept away critics and fans alike with their unique songwriting and eloquent lyricism, the Mercury-Award winners are at long last playing Prague.
The Czech Philharmonic closes its season with an open-air performance against the breathtaking backdrop of Prague Castle. Admission is free.
Part dance party, part light show, and all awesomeness, the Czech National Symphony Orchestra will perform music from famous video games.
Infectious and enthusiastic pop gems (trying getting “Geronimo” out of your head) from down under by Brisbane-based indie-pop outfit.
Rock for People – June 4-6/Hradec Králové
Headliners at this annual out-of-town rockfest include Limp Bizkit, Faith No More, and former Stroke Julian Casablancas’ new band The Voidz.
Respect Festival – June 13-14/Ladronka Park
The 18th Respect Festival brings together an international melting pot of genres and musicians in celebration of world music.
Five stages will present over 150 bands and music projects at the biggest outing of this highly anticipated Prague music festival yet.
From stage and costume design to lighting and sound design, PQ is the world’s largest exhibition of scenography and theatre architecture.
For more June festivals see 9 Summer Festivals Celebrating Diversity.
French Rendezvous – June 11/The French Institute
Explore the open-roofed terrace of the French Institute, enjoy BBQ, DJs, and play a round of Pétanque. And what would a summer party be without karaoke?
Summer vibrations, house, and UK garage on a 300-capacity boat on the Vltava. With DJs Yaw & Kurt Steinwald, Vidras & Drumax, Rudeboy.
Theater & Dance
The international festival of contemporary dance and movement theater alights on Prague with innovative artistry from all over the world.
Theatrical adaptation of the novel by Nobel Prize winner Imre Kertész Kaddish for an Unborn Child. Co-produced by the Jewish Museum.
Brews and views with free movies screening throughout the summer, most of them English-friendly, debut this month at Riegrovy Sady.
Kick off summer with a road movie that definied the genre. Drugs, deserts, choppers, and Steppenwolf brought to the big screen. Costumes encouraged!
For more summer cinema tips see Cinema Under the Stars.
Art & Design
Free entry to dozens of museums plus free public transport makes this annual event one of summer’s most anticipated, if crowded, traditions.
A remarkable restrospective and the first exhibit of the late 19th-century Belgian surrealist painter outside of Belgium.
Food & Drink
Pop-up project TamarindTree is bringing small bites of larger-than-life Asian flavor to kitchen or food fest near you!
Day-long riverside grilling and chiling with live bands, a farmer’s market, kid’s corner, and beer in addition to grilled meat, fish, and veggie delights.
Galetka creperie is throwing a garden party with 120 CZK all you can eat pancakes, French wine, cider, and live music on the waterfront. Kid friendly.
Refresh with a glass of bubbly at this festival devoted to Italian food, design, and fashion. Over 100 varieties available to sample.
For more June food fests see Spring Food Festivals in Prague.
Traditional rowing races start at Rowing Island with a finish at the Railway Bridge. Held since 1910 this is one of the oldest annual sporting events in Europe.
Wearing your pj’s in public is a thing now. Show up for frisbee, frolicking, and picnicking in the park in your nightie.
Parks, gardens, orchards, and squares that are typically closed to the public welcome, for free, visitors on this weekend celebrating Prague’s glorious green spaces.
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