Deputy Mayor Goran Vesić announces a “spectacular” New Year’s Eve celebration in the capital.
In addition to concerts and fireworks, residents of Belgrade and tourists will be able to watch the laser show projected on the Belgrade Tower. Unlike the previous year, this year, the central New Year’s Eve celebration will take place on the plateau in front of the National Parliament with musical performances by Sara Jovanović, Marija Šerifović and Jelena Karleuša, while Goran Bregović will perform on the Sava promenade.
Vesić also said that the Belgrade authorities did everything in their power to ensure the safety of people who will attend the concerts – there will be locations for lateral flow tests while facial masks and disinfectants will also be provided.
Deputy Mayor has also announced a “laser spectacle” on the Belgrade Tower.
“Belgrade Tower is the tallest building in the Balkans, before the Second World War it was called the Palace of Albania, only to change the name to the Belgrade Palace in 1974. Today, we call it the Belgrade Tower. The laser show will be spectacular and reminiscent of great global attractions,” he said.
There will be changes in public transport routes on December 31, after 5 pm, in the direction of the House of the National Assembly. The Kralj Aleksandarar Boulevard will be closed for traffic from 8 pm onward.
On 1st January, a traditional event called the Open Heart Street will take place in all 17 Belgrade municipalities, and a children’s caravan will be touring the city. Vesić reminded that a skating rink will be open on Orthodox Christmas on Trg Republike, in addition to the one that opened yesterday on Ada Ciganlija and the one in Kaluđerica.