Moldova wanted an Ethno music festival and one has appeared. The first edition lasted only one day, and the rain at the festival was certainly auspicious for the following editions.

The first edition of the Gustar Festival focused, in particular, on the rediscovery of the Orheiul Vechi - as a location that has reserved for everyone something really beautiful. From impressive natural landscapes to the local museum: this is exactly how the rediscovery of the natural and historical complex began.

In the agenda of the first edition of Gustar were walking through Butuceni and nearby forests and wine tasting at the factory in Branesti. In the evening, visitors enjoyed quality music of instrumental and Ethno bands, both national and internationally.

In 2010, Gustar had the opportunity to host artists from Italy (Carlo Torlontano, who has dedicated most of his career, promoting the Alpine Horn instrument and its traditions), Germany (Vladiswar Nadishana, who delighted the audience with 32 instruments), Romania, and Bulgaria.