Taipei Arts Festival 2018

08-05-18 - 10-21-18 All day

The 2018 Taipei Arts Festival

The Taipei Arts Festival 2018 begins this August for local artists to come together and showcase their innovations to inspire others by their creativity.

Taipei Inclusive Arts Festival

Source: The British Council org

This year’s Taipei Arts Festival of 2018 celebrates its 20th anniversary. In order to commemorate this, they will host various performance venues, programs and exhibitions across the Beitou District in Taipei City.

The Taipei Arts Festival Program – Category Drop-down List

Taipei Arts Festival

Source: Taipei Arts Festival org


The Taipei Arts Festival will host a range of visual performances that’ll last from August 5th through to October 10th.

For dates and times, please refer to the program schedule above for each hosted event.

Admission fee

Run the Marathon event is free to attend, however, all other events within the Taipei Arts Festival program list requires a purchased ticket for admission.

Festival Tickets must be purchased at


There will be various performance venues across Taipei City.

Contact details

Tel numbers: 02-2599-7973
Email address:

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