21st International Ice Sculpture Festival in Jelgava Will Be Everything Cinema
For the 21 st time the city of Jelgava welcomes the most remarkable winter event in the Baltic states - the International Ice Sculpture Festival, taking place from 8 to 10 February. The festival will take place in three locations in the city: Pasta sala, Jāņa Čakstes bulvāris and Pils sala (Pilssalas iela 1). The festival offers concerts from popular... Read more
Viewing tower on the Palace Island
A wooden viewing tower with a well-equipped picnic place in Jelgava, Palace Island, was formed in the summer of 2018. It is intended for observation of the wild horses, birds, two rivers and city panorama in the floodland meadows of the river Lielupe, which is a protected nature territory. Read more
Let's celebrate Jelgava City Festival!
From May 25th - 27th Jelgava City Festival is celebrated by family activities and broad cultural and entertainment program. The highlight of the festival is the longest city parade in Latvia. This year Jelgava City Festival will have motto "We are Jelgava", inviting everyone to feel their participation in the creation of a joint feast. Read more
Jelgava will host "Days of Entrepreneurs in Zemgale 2018"
Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in close cooperation with the city of Jelgava and the Association of Jelgava manufacturers and traders invite entrepreneurs to participate in the exhibition "Days of Entrepreneurs in Zemgale 2018". The event will take place at Zemgale Olympic Centre on 27th and 28th of April. Read more
Artists from 10 Countries to Participate in the Biggest Event of the Winter
From 9 until 11 February, Jelgava will host the International Ice Sculpture Festival for the 20th time, with this year’s theme being Dreams. In honour of this anniversary, the festival will have three locations: Pasta Island, Jānis Čakste Boulevard, and Duke Jacob’s Square. The jury’s commission has approved 30 professional sculptors from 10 countries for participation... Read more