Find out what’s on in Istanbul with IstanbulView.com’s regularly updated event guide featuring reviews of the best events, festivals and concerts in town.
The new superstar of jazz, Esperanza Spalding, is coming to Istanbul to perform at Istanbul’s Cemal Reşit Rey (CRR) Concert Hall on Oct. 24.
World-renowned jazz diva Diane Schuur, or the “first lady of jazz,” will perform once more in Turkey next month after a long hiatus.
Famous singer Lara Fabian, who has sold over 20 million records around the world, will offer a unique taste of music to fans at the Zorlu Performing Arts Center Turkcell Stage on Oct. 15.
This is one of the liveliest months in Istanbul, with a host of festivals, activities and special events to suit all interests. Read on for our top picks for things to do in Istanbul this September 2015.
Istanbul has a wide range of activities on offer in August, from concerts, festivals and a nighttime walks to outdoor film screenings on the shores of the Bosphorus and much, much more.
British pop star Jessie J, made into a pop idol with her latest hit “Bang Bang,” will meet her Turkish fans at Istanbul’s Volkswagen Arena on September 11.
Famous Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias will perform in Istanbul this month as part of his “Sex and Love Tour” on August 19.
Istanbul to host the “Black Week Turkey” event on October 22-24 in honor of Agatha Christie’s 125th birthday with the attendance of the famous author’s grandson and a number of leading crime fiction authors.
Istanbul’s streets will host a number of modern art projects, running from November until February 2016.
The third ArtInternational will gather pieces by pop-art icon Andy Warhol, British contemporary artist Grayson Perry, English graffiti artist Banksy, Catalan artist Joan Miro and Belgian multidisciplinary artist Jan Fabre.
The 43rd Istanbul Music Festival will host some 600 local and international artists in Istanbul between May 31 and June 29.
Istanbul is hosting an unusual exhibition titled “Magnificent Century: The Great Exhibition” of costumes, decorations and accessories used in a popular Turkish television series on the life of 16th-century Ottoman Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent.