There are plenty of fun things to do in Bucharest this weekend, and we’ve prepared a guide for the best events that you should check out in the following days.
The Fresh | Midsummer Story – July 14 @ Food Circus
What sounds better for the middle of summer than a refreshing party? The Food Circus garden will organize a gathering of the most popular food vans in town and raw vegan desserts, with eclectic music by artists like R.O x Konoba, Alexandrina, Silent Strike, Helen, Maru and more.
B-FIT in the Street! Bucharest International Street Theatre Festival 2018 – July 13-August 5 @ multiple locations
Over 400 international artists will be in Bucharest for the tenth edition of the International Street Theatre Festival, with a more eclectic and dynamic program and a larger selection of Romanian productions than ever before. This year’s edition is called “A Romanian story in the Centennial Year”. The four weekends of the festival will include over 40 shows from 12 participating countries in Asia, South America and Europe: pantomime, circus, dancing, acrobats, street music and more. For the first time, the festival will also feature interactive installations that transform iconic spots in Bucharest into colourful playgrounds, educational shows and children’s workshops by Romanian artists. Festival locations include: George Enescu Square, Revolution Square, University Square, Cismigiu Park, the Old Town, Ion Luca Caragiale National Theatre.
World Cup Final – July 15, 6 pm @ various locations
The World Cup Final is a truly special event and it’s best enjoyed if you’re surrounded by people, and you’ll be able to see it in many bars, restaurants and gardens in Bucharest, but a few places organizing a special evening dedicated to football, such as Beraria H, Hard Rock Café, Silver Church, Londophone, Fabrica.
Vespa Movie Night – July 14 @ Mogosoaia Park
An interesting event on Saturday at Mogosoaia Park, where you’ll be able to check out the great Vespa scooters while you enjoy some prosecco or beer and take part in the contests the organizers have prepared. After 9 pm, films will be projected outdoors, on a giant screen. Tents, sleeping bags and blankets are welcome!