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Museum Night

Museum Night

For years now, the Night of Museums is the most visited cultural event, which deals with museums and cultural heritage in a very interesting way. This is unique cultural spectacle held in more than 120 cities around the world, including Belgrade which joined in 2005. During last year's European Night of Museums more than 1900 museums from 45 states took part to promote valuable cultural heritage! During one single night 68 locations in Belgrade and 45 towns in Serbia will bring together more than 270 cultural institutions – museums, galleries and exhibition spaces with a total of 419 events.
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Belgrade Night Market

Belgrade Night Market

Belgrade Night Market is a manifestation that takes place on city markets in the evening. Beside grocery sellers, there are restaurants, young designers, delicatessen producers, artists, winemakers and other caterers who are also exhibiting on the market. An ordinary green market becomes the biggest restaurant and the largest art exhibition under the open sky, during the night. The Belgrade Night Market provides visitors with the opportunity to enjoy good food, shopping, entertainment and music and have completely new experience of their marketplace. If you did not visit BNM yet, use the next opportunity to go there, because this manifestation always brings a new interesting atmosphere with the sounds of street musicians, bands, DJs and dance groups.
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No Sleep Festival

No Sleep Festival

Over a sleepless weekend in Belgrade, No Sleep Festival featured dozens of artists in multiple venues for over thousands of No Sleepers. The indoor electronic music festival included round the clock events across several points in the heart of the city. After gathering more than 20,000 electronic music fans at the Petrovaradin Fortress on the additional day of EXIT Festival 2018, which saw performances from Jeff Mills, Ellen Allien, Paula Temple & Rebekah and many more, it was time for a new festival edition, this time in Belgrade! As a music platform, No Sleep has been a vital part of EXIT Festival for the past four years and in 2018, with its own festival, they decided to write a new chapter together.
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Belgrade Fashion Week

Belgrade Fashion Week

Belgrade Fashion Week is a commercial, promotional and artistic fashion event on the Balkans, created and inspired by similar established international events. Established in 1996, it is organised twice a year at the end of October and in March. Given that fashion is a global phenomenon, BFW focuses on both national and international levels by enabling each season the exchange of ideas and know-how from different designers and brands. Therefore, BFW advocates the continual education, involving all factors on the fashion scene. BFW gathers round the most important Serbian designers and fashion companies, renowned foreign brand present on the local market, interesting international fashion designers, talented young designers and fashion design students, business people from the domains of fashion industry and media.
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BEMUS

BEMUS

Belgrade Music Festival BEMUS covers various classical music concerts as well as operas, choirs, traditional music, and children's workshops. Music lovers should try not to miss at least some of the events taking place within it. Founded in 1969, the Belgrade Music Festival – BEMUS is one of the oldest and the most prominent music festival in Serbia and one of the most distinctive classical music festivals in the South-Eastern Europe. Enjoying the position of a cultural event of special importance for the City of Belgrade, BEMUS has been member of the European Festivals Association (EFA) since 2002. Belgrade has hosted some of the most prominent ensembles and soloists of our time – Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic, Orchestra RAI Torino, New York Philharmonic... as well as Gidon Kremer & Kremerata Baltica, Camerata Salzburg, Il Giardino Armonico, Les Percussions de Strasbourg, Peking Opera, Kronos Quartet, Béjart Ballet, Eifman Ballet... Martha Argerich, Zubin Mehta, Nelson Freire, Melvin Tan, Stephen Kovacevich, Hakan Hårdenberger, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Mischa Maisky, Elsabeth Leonskaya, Maksim Vengerov, Julian Rachlin, Renaud Capuçon, Leonidas Kavakos...
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Events

Belgrade Design Week

Belgrade Design Week aims to encourage the education and reeducation in the field of design and creative industries by inviting the most relevant professionals to participate the international conference, organizing workshops for professionals and students and panels and round tables for experts, co-producing and bringing important international exhibitions. Belgrade Design Week festival was initiated and founded in 2006 by the Citizen’s Association “Design Week”, and since then it is responsible for it’s program concept and organization. BDW tends to connect the creative industries and the world of business without bias, and support Serbia’s and South East Europe’s regional creative development, partnering with both the private and public sectors from all over the world.
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Belgrade Book Fair

Belgrade Book Fair

Belgrade Book Fair is held every year in October, at Belgrade Fair, and is the oldest event in the country with more than six decades long tradition. Local and regional and world book publishers present the latest accomplishments, while visitors have a chance to buy books at bargain prices and talk with favorite contemporary writers. Fair provides collaboration opportunities to publishers, authors, book stores and distributors, and share contacts, experiences and make business deals.
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Open Heart Street

Open Heart Street

The first day of January is an important day for Belgrade citizens who traditionally celebrate it with friends and neighbors in Svetogorska Street, on this day known as the Street of an Open Heart. The main program takes place in front of the theatre Atelje 212 where numerous actors, artists, musicians and entertainers will perform for visitors. Open Heart Street has been organized since 1988/89, and is one of the most important events in Belgrade due to its charity character.
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Belgrade Beer Fest

Belgrade Beer Fest

Belgrade Beer Fest is the biggest beer festival in Southeastern Europe. Within 5 days, approximately 500.000 people visit the festival daily. The large number of visitors is mostly due to basic festival principles: free entrance, an exceptional music program, and a wide range of foreign and domestic beer brands. Belgrade Beer Fest was founded in year 2003. Definitely one of the things you should try not to miss. An around-the-clock celebration of beer and good times, Belgrade Beer Fest combines a great location with friendly prices, a great crowd of all ages and backgrounds, a good music program and, of course, outstanding beer.
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Events

Festival of Science

From the very beginning, the essential part of this mission was to bring science closer to non-scientific audience and to provoke interest in scientific work, and furthermore in understanding its impacts in everyday life. Countless scientific exhibitions, lectures, interactive presentations, well-known contributing lecturers, enthusiastic audience and more than 120,000 visitors from 2007 to the present, are the best proofs that we have succeeded whereas ever growing interest in our programs confirm that we are successfully pursuing this worthy endeavour. Since 2007 our Festival is a member of European Science Events Association (EUSEA) and in 2015, the EUSEA Annual Conference took place in Belgrade, Serbia, hosted by the Serbia Science Festival.
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