Summer fun, African art and tamburitza music – this weekend 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: Opening of a swimming season

Place: Ada Ciganlija

Time: 22nd June

The official opening of swimming season on Ada Ciganlija will take place tomorrow, 22nd June. This year, the opening will be marked by two free concerts:

22nd June – Amadeus Band and Dzenan Loncarevic

23rd June – Ana Kokic and Lexington Band

Ada Ciganlija is an immensely popular recreational zone, most notable for its beaches and sports facilities, which, during summer seasons, can have over 100,000 visitors daily.  It features a great number of facilities such as tennis, basketball, volleyball and beach volleyball courts, bungee jumping platform, skateboarding ramps, rollerblading paths, paintball field, waterslides, rowing, kayaking, canoeing facilities, water skiing etc.

Event: Afro Festival

Place: Museum of African Arts

Time: 23rd June

The Afro Festival is a unique festival which is well-known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and great presentation of pan-African art. The Festival features exhibitions, lectures, concerts, roundtable discussions and travel-related programmes, as well as film screenings on African arts and cultures, music and art workshops, plus guided tours through the Museum’s displays. At this year’s festival, a special place is reserved for the Kingdom of Morocco and the ensemble Ahwach from Imintanout which will perform traditional Berber dances and songs from the Marrakesh area. For more information about the festival’s programme, please click here.

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NOVI SAD

Event: Tamburitza Festival

Place: Petrovaradin Fortress

Time: Friday, 22nd June

The international tamburitza festival “Tamburica Fest” is held at Petrovaradin fortress in Novi Sad as a 5-day-festival with the unique concept and cultural mission to promote tamburitza music and tamburitza as an instrument, as well as to nurture tradition, cooperation and artist friendship on international level. This year, the Festival will feature the renowned musicians from Serbia (including the singer Marija Serifovic), the US, Russia, Croatia, Romania, Montenegro.

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