Coffee Festival, a new ritual in Istanbul

Coffee Festival, a new ritual in Istanbul

Coffee Festival, a new ritual in Istanbul

The event will be held at the Galata Greek Primary School from Dec. 25 until Dec. 28.

The first of the new ritual in Istanbul, the Istanbul Coffee Festival, will bring the gusto of the third wave of coffee trends in Galata Greek Primary School, an important center for many cultural events, starting Dec. 25 until Dec. 28 for every level of coffee enthusiast.

The festival has been established with the thought to support coffee culture and provide a place for fellow coffee connoisseurs to meet.

It will be a celebration of caffeine with the degustation of coffee and food samples, tasting from local and international rosters, the presentation of various coffeehouses and baristas, programs, live music, DJs, art exhibitions, new year shopping and much more.

The purpose of the festival is to be a global meeting point for coffee culture, with its styles from tastes to design, its music to art, its way of moving to fashion, every year.

Entries for visitors will be presented in two different sessions of four hours from Dec. 26-28. The first session will be between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and the second session will be between 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Tickets are available at Biletix for 25 Turkish Liras per person.