Saxophone, flower and craft beer festivals in Belgrade and Novi Sad

It’s Thursday and time for our report about the cultural and entertainment events coming up in the next few days.

BELGRADE

Event: Belgrade SAXexperience 2018

Place:  Kolarac Endowment, National Museum, Old Palace in Knez Mihailova Street, Belgrade Cultural Center, Radisson Blu Old Mill, and Belgrade fortress

Time: until 6th October

Belgrade SAXperience is a unique international saxophone festival, featuring the most prominent international and local saxophonists. The festival follows the contemporary trends, so in addition to classical and jazz music concerts, the audience also has the opportunity to attend outdoor performances and evening club appearances. A youth educational programme is an integral part of the festival who can perfect their saxophone skills through master courses, held during the Festival. This year, the audience will be able to enjoy in the performances of Baptiste Herbin, Bojan Zulfikarpasic, Francesco Santucci, Nicolas Arsenijevic, Eva Barthas, Ana Djordjevic and the Mobilis Saxophone Quarter, to mention just a few of the artists that will perform at the Festival. For the detailed programme, please click here.

Event: Belgrade Autumn 2018 /  Traditional Flower Fair

Place: Manjez Park

Time: from 4th to 7th October from 9 am to 9 pm

The Association of the Serbian Florists is staging the Traditional Flower Fair called Belgrade Autumn 2018, that takes place every year at Manjez Park. The Association has gathered a total of 30 growers and importers of broadleaved and coniferous trees, ornamental grass, cacti, seasonal flowers, spices and aromatic plants and perennial plants at the Fair. The entrance to the Fair area is free of charge.

 

NOVI SAD

Event: Craft Beer Festival

Place: Chinese quarter

Time: 5th and 6th October

Small, independent craft breweries from Serbia and the region will be exhibiting at the 2018 Novi Sad Craft Beer Festival. Festival visitors will have the opportunity to taste oriinal and high-quality beers of different styles (Pale ale, IPA, Blonde, Stout, Hefeweizen, Porter, Saison and others). In addition to breweries and beer exhibitors, numerous lectures on craft beer making will be given at the festival, plus various workshops will be held at the festival. There is also an exciting music programme that accompanies the festival every year. The festival is also the place where food, coffee, and ice cream producers exhibit their products. Tickets to the festival can be purchased via Gigstix. For more information about the music programme, please click here.

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