Lo-fi indie folk prodigy and former Tegan and Sara opener comes to Prague for the first time in support of her wistful debut album.
Austrian electro-duo Anna Muller and Paul Wallner perform melodic and edgy tunes under the moniker HVOB (Her Voice Over Boys).
British soul legends return to Prague as part of a series of fall concerts marking 20 years of LMB and to promote their new album “Amplified Soul”.
The Grammy-award winning singer, composer, and bass player presents an evening of live musical vignettes as her alter-ego Emily’s D+Evolution.
The Scottish Mercury Prize winners and progressive hip-hop troupe give a follow-up performance to last year’s MeetFactory blowout.
Line-up of electronic music nights celebrating the venue’s 23rd anniversary: OPIUO (10/19) Friction, Walk Off the Earth (10/20), DJ Zinc (10/23), Dense & Pika and Paul Woolford (10/24).
The annual two-night Halloween spectacle, this year at a new venue, promises DJs, dancers, and pyrotechnics for its seventh outing.
Annual festival of international theater organizes a diverse line-up of performances (theater, dance, music) in unconventional venues.
Prague’s squares, streets, monuments, and parks become a canvas for light installations and large-scale video mapping at this wildly popular event.
Proving the artistry of club culture, this festival connects the dots between electronic music, visual shows, and new media for a “synesthetic” experience.
Artisans from 17 regions sell traditional lace, stone and bronze jewelry, pottery, ceramics, wool, toys, and edibles (smoked meats, jam and pastries).
Inspired by adventure comics, this tale of a small-time accountant, an unlikely hero, on a journey through rural Italy, has its premiere this month (ENG).
This one man tour-de-farce uses Stoker’s original text of journal entries and letters to deliver a gothic scream fest (ENG).
A selection of international films appearing at the big three (Berlinale, Cannes, Venice) in 2015, make their debut in Prague.
Documentaries, short films, and other bombastic Indian productions, complete with Oct 10 Bollywood dance party.
Debuting to sell-out crowds in London, Nino Rota’s score to possibly the best film ever made will be performed by a live orchestra here in Prague.
A series of current films from the hinterlands of Northern Europe, screened with both Czech and English subtitles.
Food & Drink
This month sees Prague’s first-ever Cake Festival, Goose & Cider Festival, and more. See Fun Foodie Events for Fall for a complete line-up.
Public fruit-picking initiative Na Ovoce gathers at this Vysočany orchard to give a workshop on harvesting fruit for cider; F.H. Prager to provide cider press!
The Life Sciences Film Festival will be accompanied by a street food festival with an assortment of dim sum, grilled fare, and other exciting eats.
Art & Design
Renowned Czech and international glass artists including Maxim Velčovský and Eve Eisler, display their work in this unique exhibit.
The neo-Renaissance Lapidarium and a host of other buildings showcase Czech design and fashion professionals and amateurs as well as international talent.
Contemporary galleries throughout Prague are showing exhibits devoted to the documentary style of photography; social commentary meets high art.
A costume and the halloween spirit are all that is needed to join this spooky stroll from Wenceslas Square to Old Town (with after party at Chapeau Rouge)!
The castle guards (who have really been slacking lately), do their final weapons formations for the season to the tunes of a military band. Third coutryard; free entry.