The Ciclovía Nocturna is a rolo tradition. Photo courtesy of IDRD.

Ciclovía keeps on rolling with events tonight and tomorrow

The Ciclovía Nocturna returns to the streets tonight and there's an anniversary ride tomorrow too. We spoke to bicycle historian Julian Andrés Alfonso to find out more.

ARTBO 2023: ‘New Spaces, New Realities’

ARTBO 2023 erupts into a new venue with a range of striking, thoughtful, and imaginative pieces
Cafés de Colombia Expo 2023 is massive and ready to go

Cafés de Colombia Expo 2023: Coffee lover’s paradise

The Cafés de Colombia Expo 2023 is Colombia’s biggest showpiece for its world-leading coffee. If you’re into tinto, get yourself down to Corferias!
SOFA 2023 is nearly here!

SOFA 2023: The geek shall inherit the earth

The country’s biggest geekfest is back once again as SOFA 2023 rolls into town to take over Corferías for five days
The Cocuy stage at 2022 to illustrate article on Festival Cordillera 2023

Festival Cordillera 2023: Latin talent galore in the heart of Bogotá

Festival Cordillera 2023 will take place in the capital on September 23 and 24. Find out who’s playing and why we think the event is a new highlight in the city’s music calendar.
Happy huskies in Park for article on Expopet 2023

Expopet 2023 – the cat’s out of the bag!

Colombia’s biggest pet-focused space, Expopet 2023, opens August 17 with plenty of fun and games for furry or feathered (or scaly) friends.

No single story can capture Adichie at FILBo 2023

Chimamanda Ngochie Adichie talks roots, race, language, feminism, history, and grief in Bogotá.

‘La literature está viva’: FILBo 2023 spotlights the children’s writers embracing...

Mary Grueso, Ana Alcolea, and Celso Román talk about the importance of oral traditions at FILBo 2023.

FILBo 2023: Hitting the books

It’s not too late to nip to Corferias for this year’s Festival del Libro. Find out what’s FILBo 2023 has to offer readers of all tastes.
Estéreo Picnic 2023

Festival Estéreo Picnic 2023: A Look Back 

Estéreo Picnic 2023 brought together more than 100 artists, bands and DJs, from international stars like Wu-Tang Clan to national treasures like Alci Acosta.