56th Zagreb International
Traditional heritage between Central Europe and Mediterranean
Zagreb International Folklore Festival, that continues the tradition of festivals organised from time in between the two World Wars, has been held since 1966 with objective to present and affirm traditional culture and folklore of numerous local and international participants from all continents. It gathers a wide public and folklore connoisseurs and nowadays, it has become a part of global movement led by the UNESCO that aims to safeguard and promote cultural heritage. The Croatian Ministry of Culture and the City of Zagreb pronounced it as festival of national significance and it has European Festival Association label, EFFE 2019-2021. With guest ensembles from different continents 56th IFF (2022 July, 20-24) will present the theme “Traditional heritage between Central Europe and Mediterranean” and it will showcase the values of ethnographic and folklore creativity in the modern life of the European Union.
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We are happy to announce that the Croatian Ministry of Culture and the City of Zagreb in 2014 have declared the International Folklore Festival in Zagreb an event of national significance, since it valorizes specific aspects of national culture, as well as regional dances, music, languages, and customs, but also the cultural heritage from around the world.
KULTURNI CENTAR TRAVNO is the organizer of International Folklore Festival in Zagreb.