Tchale (France/Togo)

Amazing news! We are happy to introduce you Tchalé (Benin/France) - our next headliner of One Caucasus Festival 2019!

The group performes universal Afroblues - a music that surprises, leads and touches. The founder of the group - Tchale is a son of the wind who bursts his travels of feverish melodies composed between West Africa and Europe, the great continents between which Tchale share his life.

Dihaj - Azerbaijan

We are introducing you the next  headliner of One Caucasus 2019: Dihaj !! Dihaj will perform on One Caucasus Festival a second time!

Dihaj is an electronic music collective from Baku, Azerbaijan formed in 2014. Initially a one-man-band Dihaj expanded as Anar (guitar, synth) and Ali (drums, percussion, fx) joined the project. “We all come from completely different musical backgrounds, so our sound is quite eclectic. That’s why we’ve never really been interested in trying to pinpoint the genre of the music we play. Just play what seems right and leave the rest to the listeners, right?” – says lead vocalist Diana.


We are glad to present our next music band  Allianplace  from Armenia who will perform during One Caucasus Festival 2019.

Young music band having written own songs in pop, and pop-rock, indie-rock genre. Group has been formed in 2018 aiming to promote its music through creating original and soul feeding melodies that express all kinds of emotions.

Clive Brown (England). Photo credit: Bartek Muracki

Great news! This year we host legendary Clive Brown during One Caucasus Festival 2019 again !

Clive Brown (Jamaica/UK) can be only described as true genious of gospel music. Quite possibly the greatest Choir Maestro in ‘recent’ British Gospel Music History is not only charismatic choir director but also outstanding vocalist, music arranger and educator.

TSU Gordela (Georgia)

We are happy to inform that one of the top bands of female voices of Caucasus - Gordela (Georgia) will join us again this year during One Caucasus Festival 2019.


TSU Gordela” is a Georgian folk group formed in 2007 at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. The leader of the ensemble is Vladimer (Tamaz) Mamaladze. “TSU Gordela” performs polyphonic folk songs as a cappella and by an accompaniment of the instruments as well.  

The members play the oldest Georgian folk instruments, such as – String instruments: panduri, chonguri, chuniri, lyre (changi) Woodwinds-pipe (salamuri), chiboni, larchemi; percussion instruments – drum, tambourine and garmon. Despite the existence of short time period, the ensemble became popular very quickly. The ensemble is a laureate of many music festivals; all this shows the high professionalism of the members.

Mamadou & Sama Yoon (Poland/Senegal)



We are happy to present the first of Headliners of One Caucasus 2019: the real intercultural sensation of Warsaw World Music Stage: Mamadou and Sama Yoon.  The biggest so far collective from beyond Caucasus in our Festival - will work together with musicians from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan na beyond. 

One Caucasus - music is everywhere!

So this is what you were waiting for! Here is the outline of our program and the line-up of One Caucasus 2019 International Festival. Before reading it - note:

  1. What makes One Caucasus Festival unique is that final program is the result of work of international teams (educators, artists, architects) with local communities. Even in music - we do not just present awesome bands - we invite them to work together and to create new music that will have its global premiere at One Caucasus Festival,

  2. Here we just share our music line-up or rather ingredients that we combine together in an extraordinary, multicultural, inter-genre cuisine! Don't miss our other projects that will be created by our film-makers, visual artists, architects and educators

We invite you to join us in Tserakvi from 22nd to 25th of August for the only event in Caucasus like this with Free Entrance, Free Transport (from Tbilisi and Marneuli)  on each day and Free Living zone (camping). 

  22 August, Thursday 23 August, Friday 24 August, Saturday 25 August, Sunday

12:00 AM

Various activities in One Caucasus Town and beyond! Various activities in One Caucasus Town and beyond! Various activities in One Caucasus Town and beyond! Various activities in One Caucasus Town and beyond!
6:00 PM Concerts! Concerts! Concerts! Concerts!


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The project is co-funded by the Marenuli Municipality, the Administration of State Representative in Kvemo Kartli, Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland from the Culture Promotion Fund, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland in framework of the program "Public Diplomacy 2019", Warsaw City Hall, Creative Georgia. RMG company presents the Festival.


Huntertones (USA) at One Caucasus 2016


Our experience with Transkaukazja, ArtZona and One Caucasus proved that making concerts of great musicians is good but it is much better to create space for professional musicians coming from different countries, cultures & genres to work together. Some of such projects we collected on the music album "Caucasus+. Collection vol.#1: Georgia+" (amazing results of the meetings of the musicians from Georgia with musicians from Poland, Senegal, Jamaica among others). The album will be available during One Caucasus Festival at the venue.

If you want to join inspiring music adventure and work with some of the best musicians from Caucasus and other regions of the world - take part in our call. With the selected musicians we will have individual talks about concerts’ conditions.

One Caucasus is arguably the most inspirational Festival in the whole Caucasus region. And this is the call for co-creators of One Caucasus in 2019.

About One Caucasus

One Caucasus is not only place where young people from the whole Caucasus region meet but it is a real platform of the joint work across the conflict lines - in architecture and construction, education, music, art and other disciplines. One Caucasus resulted in dozens of films, animations, stories and interdisciplinary activities created by more than 800 kids from Armenian, Azerbaijani and Georgian villages across the Kvemo-Kartli region, Georgia. It is also a place where 29 new international music projects had their own premieres. One Caucasus also initiated first ever participatory budgets in Caucasus. Many of the results of our work you can watch at channel.

Our current situation
After five years of creating and conducting One Caucasus Festival and Program we are safe in securing the basic funds for making One Caucasus in 2019. What is very important - we see an interest from a current local government of Marneuli and a regional government of Kvemo Kartli in working together with One Caucasus.

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Be a part of One Caucasus - and join our global crowdfunding campaign! 

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