About One Caucasus 2022

To everyone around the world, whenever you are, join the special edition of One Caucasus Festival on the 25th to the 28th August in Tserakvi (1,5h by car from Tbilisi) where young people from the whole region meet in a safe and inspirational space.

This year we will be playing for Ukraine to support those who are defending freedom and peace for all of us right now.

One Caucasus Festival is the biggest free-of-charge interdisciplinary festival in Georgia.

Since 2014 the Festival has hosted dozens of thousands of participants. Festival brought together more than half of thousand musicians from more than 20 countries – such as Huntertones (USA), Tamada (Georgia), Dihaj (Azerbaijan), Nemra (Armenia), Chveneburebi (Georgia), Vołosi (Poland), Reggeon (Georgia) and many more.

This year we invited Ukrainian musicians, filmmakers, visual artists and architects to create music, art and local change together with artists from Georgia and from around the world.

During the festival we will organize a fundraiser to support Ukraine. Each Euro, Dollar or Lari will directly go to defenders of Ukraine and their most important needs!

OC Zone

One Caucasus Zone is designed and constructed by architects and students of architecture from around the world. It’s a unique type of festival venue co-created by architects, designers and visual artists from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Poland & other countries working together alongside local residents. Known as the “Not Perfect Town of Our Dreams” the festival is packed with programs of various interdisciplinary activities that occur in a space with informal cinemas, kids zones, bazaars, info-point, camping area, and more.


You will find here fusions of all types of sounds and musical styles, be sure it will be the best experience you have in Georgia this year.

Musicians are teamed up for joint rehearsals and for concerts. These rehearsals lead to exciting new projects which are presented for the very first time to the One Caucasus audience on the main stage. 

We are waiting to reveal the artists names to whet your appetite! Please follow our social media and the website to be updated! Stay tuned!

How to get

By car

To get to Tserakvi – you need to follow Marneuli-Sadakhlo road (Tbilisi-Yerevan route). If you travel from Tbilisi, you turn right in Shulaveri. Tserakvi is located in 72 km from Tbilisi (1 hour & 20-30 minutes by car).


By Bike

Get to One Caucasus Festival by bike – learn: practical tips on how to travel on the bike through the countries of the Caucasus.


Tserakvi village and the One Caucasus Festival offer you a free-of-charge camping field at the festival venue.

You can also rent a room in Tserakvi or stay in a hotel in Marneuli or Tbilisi.


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