On October 4 - 6, 2013 Tbilisi city festival named Tbilisoba was celebrated. Here are few shots I captured with my old Sony DSC camera and three years later post-processed using Adobe Lightroom.
Tbilisoba (Georgian: თბილისობა) is an annual October festival which celebrates the diversity and history of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. It was first held on October 28, 1979, and has since become an established tradition. The festival features open-air concerts of traditional music and dancing and various cultural events, centered on Old Tbilisi, the historical part of the city. Beyond celebrating the city's past and present, people from all over Georgia represent their region at the fair of the harvest. Awarding honorary citizenship of Tbilisi by the city government also occurs in the framework of Tbilisoba.
Orchestrate playing at Rike Park
Tbilisoba set on the streets of Tbilisi Old Town
The best chances to observe Tbilisoba will be at Abanotubani district
Georgian performers on the roofs of the Sulphur Baths
Grab your camera and make the best out of it
Autumn harvest Festival
Buy goods from local farmers
Try authentic Georgian cuisine
Enjoy your meal at bus stop
The Bottom Line
Tbilisoba is an amazing cultural and gastronomical experience set on streets of Tbilisi