Have you decided to visit Vilnius in July 2021?

Great choice! As Vilnius is one of the greenest capitals of Europe, a lot of trees and flowers start blossoming in May, the days get warmer, brighter and longer.

So pack your things and don’t miss an opportunity to travel to Vilnius this month. Along with your trip, don’t forget to read our monthly article dedicated to help you to find the best things to do in Vilnius in July.

From the 29 of June till the 31st of August: Christopher Festival

From 1st till the 31st of July: New Baltic Dance festival

It is the main and the most famous dance festival in the Baltic States that is celebrating 25 years this year. The audience will have an opportunity to see performances from both Lithuanian artists and international choreographers from over than 30 countries. The shows will take place in unexpected places such as museums, open-air spaces in Vilnius and other regions of Lithuania.

You can find more information about it here.

All the performances are free of charge!

From 8th till 11th of July- SPOT International Street Theatre Festival

This year international street theatre festival will take place from 8th till 11th of July. The artists from Lithuania and France will show their performances in different parts of the city. This year, the theme of the festival is movement in the city and the main mission is to encourage sustainable and eco-friendly urban mobility.

You can find the program and more information about it here.

17th of July: Street Music Day

The Street Music Day usually takes place in May, however, due to the quarantine was postponed and will finally take place in July! Everyone who can play any instrument is welcome to participate in this festival. The streets of Vilnius and other Lithuanian cities will be full of sounds of music, from the very famous artists to unknown musicians. It is the best opportunity to discover new talents around every corner. The idea of Street music day born in 2007. Andrius Mamontovas – a famous Lithuanian musician was behind the idea. During the ten years of existence, this event reached the neighboring countries such as Latvia, Belarus and even have spread further to Ukraine and Georgia.

You can find more information about it here.

It is unmissable if you visit Vilnius on this day!

Things to do in Vilnius in July
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