On the initiative of Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, holiday celebrations will be held in every region of Georgia from December 24 through January 8. Christmas fairs and exhibitions and children’s entertainment areas will be organized in all 63 municipalities. In the same vein, wooden New Year huts, photo booths, and installations will be set up.
Santa Claus will treat little ones in Georgia’s regions to sweets and presents. In the evening, concerts will be held featuring both local and visiting performers from the capital. At the end of these events, fireworks will be lit.
COVID regulations will be observed at every event.
The schedule of events is as follows:
Mestia, Tkibuli, and Telavi on December 24;
Ozurgeti, Ninotsminda, Kareli, and Dusheti on December 25;
Marneuli, Chkhorotsku, Terjola, and Gurjaani on December 26;
Sachkhere, Khashuri, Akhalkalaki, and Kobuleti on December 27;
Abasha, Samtredia, Lagodekhi, and Tetritskaro on December 28;
Aspindze, Khelvachauri, Kaspi, Ambrolauri, and Chiatura on December 29;
Kutaisi, Dedoplistskaro, Gardabani, and Tianeti on Ddecember 30;
Zugdidi, Borjomi, and Tsageri on December 31;
Baghdati on January 1;
Tsalka, Akhmeta, Keda, Oni, Kazbegi, and Tskaltubo on January 2;
Senaki and Vani on January 3;
Rustavi, Shuakhevi, Adigeni, and Kvareli on January 4;
Zestaponi, Khobi, Dmanisi, Tsnori, and Sighnaghi on January 5;
Martvili, Khulo, and Bolnisi on January 6;
Lentekhi, Poti, Tsalenjikha, Sagarejo, Akhaltsikhe, Mtskheta, and Gori on January 7;
Kharagauli on January 8;
and Lanchkhuti and Chokhatauri on January 13.