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Sofia Pride Celebrates its 15th Anniversary on June 18

"Let's be proud" - this will be the motto of the 15th anniversary of "Sofia Pride", which will be held on June 18 this year in the capital of Bulgaria - Sofia.

As usual in recent years, in the week before the Pride, there will be a number of events of the LGBTQ+ community in our country. Exhibitions, sporting events, film screenings start on June 8 in Sofia.

HBO MAX is coming to Bulgaria on March 8

HBO Max, the new streaming platform of WarnerMedia, arrives in Bulgaria on March 8, 2022, and from that date will replace the current HBO GO platform. HBO Max offers a whole new world of high-quality entertainment from Warner Bros., HBO, DC and Cartoon Network, Max Originals and many other content producers.

Fans from Belgium arrive for Christmas Concert of "The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices"

The famous choir will present its festive performance on December 13 in Bulgaria Hall - live and online

The Bulgarian Women's Choir "The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices" will once again present premiere titles to the Bulgarian audience, this time in its only Christmas concert this year - on December 13 at 19:00 in the hall "Bulgaria" - in the capital Sofia.

Bulgaria Returns to Junior Eurovision Song Contest

BNT will once again enable Bulgarians around the world and in our country to become involved in the manifestation of our children's talents at the prestigious Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021. The public television will broadcast the grand finale from Paris on December 19.

Golden Orange Film Festival to open in October

The jury members and films that will take place in the International Feature Film Competition and the National Feature Film Competition of the 58th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival have been announced.

According to a statement made by the Antalya Metropolitan Municipality, works for the festival, which will open on Oct. 2, continue.

In Memorim: Greet Singer of the Mystry of the Bulgaian Voices Choir Passed away at 80

The great Bulgarian folk singer Olga Borisova passed away at the age of 80, her colleagues from the Svetoglas formation said.

"Olga Borisova went through life with the aspiration of sublime and pure ideas, turning them into light, mission and inspiration for many people," they wrote in Facebook.