The Belgrade Dance Festival has launched an application which allows the fans of dance to buy tickets online.
The tickets for the forthcoming 16th Festival, which will be held from March 22 to April 12, 2019, are now available online via the official website.
“One of the main shortcomings of the festival, which I noticed since its first edition, was people not being able to buy tickets in one place, especially those who do not live near Belgrade or live in other parts of Serbia, in the region or elsewhere. One man from Berlin argued that he could buy an airplane ticket from the comfort of his own home, but cannot buy a ticket to see the Festival at the Sava Centre. We then sent the ticket via snail mail to him, and he is not the only one that we did this for”, says Aja Jung, director of the Belgrade Dance Festival.
“We started to develop the relevant software in September this year, and because the system lists several theatres from several cities, it is more complicated than the usual software, i.e. when you buying a ticket for a concert that takes place in one location. We took between 30 and 70 tickets from the regular sale at the box office and made them available for purchase online. The number of tickets will be regularly updated depending on the demand”, Aja Jung explains.
Tickets will be available for purchase until April 11th, the last day of the festival. The principle is the same as for all online purchases, so you only need to have one of the payment cards that the system accepts. If you buy tickets with a Visa card, you are entitled to a 20% discount. After the purchase, you will receive an e-mail with a security number and a valid ticket you print and enter the show with.
The ticket prices, depending on the performance, range from 700 to 3,500 dinars.
The 16th Belgrade Dance Festival, which takes place under the slogan “Regeneration of natural human feelings”, will be held in Belgrade at the Sava Centre, the Yugoslav Drama Theatre, the Belgrade Drama Theatre, Atelje 212, Madlenianum, the Terazije Theater, as well as at the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad and the National Theatre in Vrsac.