Ongi etorri!

We can’t wait to welcome friends — old and new — to Jaialdi 2015 in Boise, Idaho. Jaialdi started back in 1987 as a way to promote and sustain Basque culture in the United States and abroad; nearly 30 years later, it’s one of the largest Basque festivals anywhere in the world. You’ll be able to watch traditional sports and dancing, dance to Basque music, and — of course — eat and drink with the best of ’em. Check out the schedule to start planning your Jaialdi experience.

Ongi etorri!

We can’t wait to welcome friends — old and new — to Jaialdi 2015 in Boise, Idaho. Jaialdi started back in 1987 as a way to promote and sustain Basque culture in the United States and abroad; nearly 30 years later, it’s one of the largest Basque festivals anywhere in the world. You’ll be able to watch traditional sports and dancing, dance to Basque music, and — of course — eat and drink with the best of ’em. Check out the schedule to start planning your Jaialdi experience.

Ongi etorri!

We can’t wait to welcome friends — old and new — to Jaialdi 2015 in Boise, Idaho. Jaialdi started back in 1987 as a way to promote and sustain Basque culture in the United States and abroad; nearly 30 years later, it’s one of the largest Basque festivals anywhere in the world. You’ll be able to watch traditional sports and dancing, dance to Basque music, and — of course — eat and drink with the best of ’em. Check out the schedule to start planning your Jaialdi experience.

Ongi etorri!

We can’t wait to welcome friends — old and new — to Jaialdi 2015 in Boise, Idaho. Jaialdi started back in 1987 as a way to promote and sustain Basque culture in the United States and abroad; nearly 30 years later, it’s one of the largest Basque festivals anywhere in the world. You’ll be able to watch traditional sports and dancing, dance to Basque music, and — of course — eat and drink with the best of ’em. Check out the schedule to start planning your Jaialdi experience.

Ongi etorri!

We can’t wait to welcome friends — old and new — to Jaialdi 2015 in Boise, Idaho. Jaialdi started back in 1987 as a way to promote and sustain Basque culture in the United States and abroad; nearly 30 years later, it’s one of the largest Basque festivals anywhere in the world. You’ll be able to watch traditional sports and dancing, dance to Basque music, and — of course — eat and drink with the best of ’em. Check out the schedule to start planning your Jaialdi experience.