Ankara, besides being the capital city of Turkey, is the beating heart of Anatolia with its various culture, art and music events, and it provides substantial amount of experience zones to its people. These artistic events, which are provided outside of the industrial, historical, political and agricultural culture scopes, enable new perspectives to the city’s identity and as well as a chance to embrace the existing texture of the city.
Coffee Weekend Ankara took place in 2016 in Bilkent Station for the first time, and it hosted 8.510 coffee lovers. In 2017, it took place in Bilkent Station again for coffee lovers who want to experience more about coffee, but this time its name changed into ANKARA COFFEE FESTIVAL, and it hosted 15.364 visitors.
Ankara Coffee Festival, which will take place by involving various experiences, besides coffee, under this year’s theme, will provide a culture zone, in which specialty coffee touches life practices, to its visitors. It will create a uniting experience zone by including the process of coffee from its source until it reaches to the consumer, and the people who are coming together at the end of coffee’s journey to this presence and journey.
Ankara Coffee Festival, with its strength gained from the professionals and creators of coffee industry and all of the consumers who are supporting the continuation of coffee culture, is waiting for all coffee lovers of Ankara to Bilkent Station in 28-29-30 September.