Upcoming Lviv

“Education Poland” Exhibition-presentation

Issue 119, January 2019.
Parents always want all the best for their children, including high quality education and further self-realization in life. For the present time there is lots of possibilities and even more universities, that is why it is very important to make right choice, especially when it comes to picking high education institution for studying abroad.

Free Education in Czech Republic Exhibition

Issue 119, January 2019.
Studying in Europe is a dream for many Ukrainians. With thousands of world-class universities, research centres, and higher education institutions – Europe is the place to be. The Czech Republic is home to many great universities, which is why interest in Czech higher education programs is on the rise. Czech universities are also actively increasing international engagement, especially here in Ukraine, which is how the Free Education in Czech Republic exhibition was born.

Study Abroad Exhibition

Issue 119, January 2019.
Lviv’s Bank Hotel will host the Study Abroad exhibition on 16-17 February. The event is designed to help Western Ukrainian students learn about foreign higher education opportunities. It’s an ideal place for networking, knowledge exchanges, and forging strong alliances.

Celebrate Lviv’s Pampukh Holiday

Issue 119, January 2019.
Lviv’s Shevchenksy Hay Folk Museum will host the annual Pampukh Holiday on the weekend of 19-20 January. One of the most original and colourful events on Lviv’s winter calendar, the event sees Leopolitans with a sweet tooth and guests of the city learn about how these tasty, little doughnuts are made, discover the history behind the Christmas dish, and – of course – taste the different types of pampukhs.

Lviv to Celebrate Chinese New Year

Issue 119, January 2019.
Celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year has become a well-established tradition for Leopolitan fans of Oriental culture and guests of the city. This year, festivalgoers will be delighted by what is in store across the city between 2-5 February.

Garmyder Festival

Issue 119, January 2019.
Leopolitans and guests of the city will be able to find fresh local produce, artisan foods, and the region’s finest arts and crafts at the Garmyder Festival at Lviv’s Shuvar-Expo exhibition centre on 9-10 February. With a wide range of booths selling a bevy of colourful and tempting locally-produced handcrafted goods, food and beverages, there is sure to be something for everyone.

Sergey Babkin in Concert

Issue 119, January 2019.
After the breakup of 5’Nizza – one of Ukraine’s wittiest and funkiest bands – Sergey Babkin decided to go it alone. When he hit the stage for the first time, the guitarist/vocalist had a lot to worry about; would his former group’s Kharkiv-based rabid fan base follow him? As it turned out, they loved his new music – a mix of reggae, hip hop, and Latin.

Enchanting Mosaic Show

Issue 119, January 2019.
The Christmas-themed Mosaic musical-theatrical show will come to Lviv on 27 January. Launched in Poland to great success by Ulyana Horbachevska nearly nine years ago, the show has delighted audiences across Central and Eastern Europe ever since.

Spectacular Kazka in Lviv

Issue 119, January 2019.
Kazka – the Ukrainian musical sensation and 2018’s ‘Discovery of the Year’ – will perform at Lviv’s Malevich Night Club on 14 February. Like a bright meteorite, the band burst onto the music scene and became a smash hit with their incredible voices and unique songs.

Lviv Chocolate Festival

Issue 119, January 2019.
One of Lviv’s enduring draws is our fine chocolate and to celebrate, the popular Lviv Chocolate Festival returns on 14-17 February to the Lviv Art Palace. The event showcases luscious samples of chocolate specialities created by local professional and amateur chocolatiers.