Bohemia Jazz Fest

Bohemia Jazz Fest has quickly become one of the largest summer music festivals in Europe. Downbeat magazine even lists it as one of the most important cultural events in the world.
The festival was started in 2005 by acclaimed jazz guitarist Rudy Linka, who wanted to present and promote world-class jazz in the Czech Republic. By 2010 it was drawing more than 70,000 jazz fans to historic town squares throughout the country, making a significant economic impact.
All the concerts are open-air, featuring headline performers playing in spectacular medieval settings. And they’re all free.
Thanks to our sponsors, patrons and supporters, Bohemia Jazz Fest has become more than just another music festival. It’s a summer ritual, a time when jazz fans throughout Central Europe gather in the Czech Republic to hear some of the world’s greatest performers – for free.

Artistic Director:
Starometske namesti
Pařížská 19/203
110 00 Praha
Czech Republic
Phone: 420 739 736 854


Bohemia Jazz Fest 2016

by Bohemia Jazz Fest on Mon, 11/07/2016 - 11:38
The 2016 edition of Bohemia JazzFest will take place between 11 and 19 July 2016 in the squares of seven Czech cities: Prague, Brno, Liberec, Tábor, Pisek, Pilsen, Domazlice. Highlights of the programme of this year include Charles LLoyd new quartet (USA), Carla Bley trio (USA), Harold Lopez-Nussa trio (CUB), Niogi (ISR), Edi... read more

Today starts Bohemia Jazz Festival 2015

by Bohemia Jazz Fest on Thu, 09/07/2015 - 19:13
The Bohemia Jazz Festival this year will take place between the 9 and 19 July 2015. The Festival, a member of the Europe Jazz Network, has become one of the largest summer music festivals in Europe, characterised by open-air concerts in spectacular medieval settings all free of entrance.  The 2015 edition will see the... read more


by Bohemia Jazz Fest on Tue, 25/06/2013 - 10:22
BOHEMIA JAZZ FEST 2013 PROGRAM IS FINALIZED! Final arrangements for this summer’s Bohemia Jazz Fest have wrapped, bringing dazzling vocalists from Denmark and Norway, world music flavors from Brazil, Germany and Poland, a blues night in Prague, and some old friends and fresh sounds from the Czech Republic. Danish... read more