November in Prague paves the way for the holiday season with lots of festive events!
Prague has a great selection of music venues of all sizes, which means there are frequently some internationally touring artists coming through town. You’ll see a few big names in November:
- Lewis Capaldi – November 7
- Sarah Brightman – November 8
- Little Mix – November 21
- Skillet – November 28
- Andrea Bocelli – November 30
2) St Martin’s day
11th November is St Martin’s day and the one-day festival largely revolves around food and specifically, goose. Almost all restaurants in the centre will have a St Martin’s goose menu and be serving special St Martin’s wine.
Blacklight theatre has become a staple in Prague’s theatre community.
These performances are great for audiences of all ages and nationalities, as they are nonverbal and therefore without a language barrier. IMAGE Blacklight Theatre is one of the main spaces presenting this type of entertainment.
There will be multiple performances throughout the month of November.
4) Christmas Market
The Christmas Market at Prague Castle opens on November 23, 2019, and runs through the first week of January 2020. More than 70 stallholders will display their wares at Christmas markets here.
5) Whisky Life!
Whether you’re a whisky connoisseur or simply curious, the Whisky Life! Festival is a perfect way to learn more and appreciate this spirit. Food vendors will be onsite so you won’t go hungry as you sample all the spirits and cigars.
6) Free Art Exhibit
Until November 30, 2019, you can see an impressive photographic exhibition covering the 1989 Fall of the Iron Curtain in Central Europe.
The exhibit is on display at Prague Castle and is free to view from 10:00 am – 18:00 (6:00 pm). The photos are from multiple photographers who were front and center for these events 30 years ago.