Colombia 4.0 is the digital content summit of the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), which evolved to face the new challenges posed by the fourth industrial revolution and transformation of the digital economy.
National and international cultural entrepreneurs are part of the most important showcase for businesses throughout the music world.
Recognized as one of the world’s music capitals, Bogota will again be hosting the Sacred Music Festival.
From August 17 to 21 Bogota receives industry companies and professionals to present the latest trends and developments in services, products and equipment associated with the beauty of men and women.
Alimentarte (a clever play on words in Spanish for either “Have a meal” or “Food Art”) is the most recognized food festival in the city of Bogota. It offers the fares of some 200 restaurants and chefs who have joined together to offer the residents of the city a gastronomic sample of countries such as Cuba, Peru, Italy, Spain, Germany and Switzerland, among many others.
The seventh edition of Bogota Audiovisual Market returns to Bogota between July 11 and July 15. The BAM is an event that has brought together hundreds of international producers and demonstrates the excellent positioning of Bogota as a regional hub for audiovisual production.
The biggest free rock festival in all of Latin America is back in Bogota for the twentieth consecutive second time.