Bojana Vunturišević, Marcelo, Detour and 35 other artists to perform at Indirekt Festival in Belgrade

Bojana Vunturišević, Marčelo, Ana and The Changes, Detour, Porto Morto, Ljubičice and Turisti are just some of the 38 artists who will perform at the fifth edition of the Indirekt Festival in Belgrade.

The Festival will take place from 2nd to 4th October in ten venues in Belgrade, including Elektropionir, Beogradski Market, Sprat, SubBeerni Centar, Dom Omladine Beograda, Božidarac, Polet, Yugovinil and Knap, plus there will be other concerts in secret venues.

The Festival will also feature the Indirekt Conference with over 40 experts from various segments in attendance.

The Festival will officially open on October 2nd with the performance by Croatian band Detour and the support of the Swedish band Tiny Fighter. Ilija And The Gemini, Weird Fishes and Manu will perform on the same day. Label Night will perform at Knap, along with Jelena Andonovic, Kika and Harlekin.

On the second day, October 3rd, Bojana Vunturišević and Frau Casio will perform at the SubBeerni Centar, while Schaisbiterlemon, Turisti and the Hungarian band The Bluebay Foxes will perform at Elektropionir. That same evening, Draga Mevos, Tankman and Anne Marie will give a concert at Sprat, while Dram, S.T.R.A.H. will be at Knap with the Hungarian band Skeemers.

On Friday, October 4th, Marčelo will play at Bozidarac, while Ana and The Changes, as well as the Romanian band Byron will entertain the audiences at Dom Omladine. On the same day, the last of this year’s festival, Glib, Moussaka, Ljubicice and the Croatian band Porto Morto will perform at Elektropionir, Ivan Jegdić, Željko Markuš Pacific and Dimitrije Simović at Sprat, while Rampa, Olivera Popović, Paper Animals and Ksenija Kuljaca will play at Knap.

For more information about the Festival click here.

(Blic, 16.09.2019)

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