“Tbilisoba, an annual public festival, will be held on September 30 and October 1,” Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze announced at the municipal government meeting.
Three main venues in Tbilisi for various cultural and entertaining activities will be Rike Park, Abanotubani and Orbeliani Square. The awarding ceremony of honourable citizens will take place at the State Ceremonies Palace. A concert will wrap up the festive events.
“We expect many guests. I know that residents of Tbilisi and the locals from different regions look forward to the Tbilisoba holiday. This year, we will have the opportunity to celebrate the day of our city together,” Kaladze said.