Official website of the Tourist Board Trogir
The Trogir summer festival is an annual event from July to September. Within these months, Trogir offers music, dance, concerts, plays, exhibitions and art displays.
Please download the program to see details about time and place.
Trogir Summer Festival
July - September
Moondance is a leading homemade Croatian techno festival situated in beautiful Middle Ages Kamerlengo Fortress in town of Trogir that has been voted by National Geographic's new book as the world's most beautiful island city. The 4th edition of Moondance festival expands to 3 nights, 11.,12.& 13. August in Middle Ages Fortress Kamerlengo, boat parties and legendary after parties.
First confirmed headliners are Jeff Mills, Josh Wink, Deetron, DJ Bone, John Heckle, Petar Dundov, Sierra Sam.
''Described as a floating festival, this route is a gathering of summer-loving seafarers from around the world. Croatia’s serene seas and enchanting towns continue to call us back year after year.'' - @yachtweek
''Unreal scenes here at The Yacht Week in Croatia! So amazing seeing different people from all over the world coming together and just having the best time with only good vibes!'' - @chrisrogersza
The Nightingales of Trogir is a festival in honor of our most memorable ''Nightingale'' Vinko Coce, whose voice can be measured with the infamous Pavarotti. Every year the festival brings together many Croatian singers who sing his most notable songs. The festival is held within the walls of the castle Kamerlengo which is a small auditorium - bouncing echoes off its walls making the most beautiful sounds!
Nightingales of Kamerlengo
25 i 26.02.2017
TROGIR CARNIVAL Sunday, St.John's Square at 15:00 o'clock
CHILDRENS CARNIVAL Saterday, Sports hall "Vinko Kandija" at 10:00 o'clock
Work shop in the town museum:
TAJNI ŽIVOT SLIKARA
autora TIHOMIRA RAJČIĆA
Kneževa palača, Gradska vijećnica
u 19,30 sati.
17.02.2017. at 19:00 o'clock
Galery Cate Dujšin Ribar will be the introduction to the second part of the book "Trogir iz mog pera" by
Dr. Fedora Sentinella.