The largest beer and music festival in the Eastern Europe is ready for more than half a million of expected visitors! It promises five days of excellent entertainment and enjoyment in music and most comprehensive offer of beer in the country. This year’s festival brings some of the most popular local and international stars such as: Riblja čorba, Rundek Kargo Trio, Kiki Lesendrić & Piloti and DJ Rodžer Sančez (DJ Roger Sanchez).
As one of the most prominent festivals in Serbia, Belgrade Beer Fest has always offered favorite beer brands and prestigious musical performers. In the last twelve years, the Festival has been visited by more than 6.7 million visitors from around the world, who were able to enjoy in over 200 foreign and domestic beer brands and over 500 local and international bands.
Riblja čorba, one of the biggest Serbian bands, will open this year’s festival!
Concerts of this band have always been the ultimate experience for the audience, as evidenced by the fact that one of their performances was voted the best in the festival. Frontman Bora Đorđević pointed out that “the concerts of this type are always a great place for socializing and playing, because the Beer Fest has good atmosphere and people who come to enjoy.”
Kraak & Smaak are a musical production trio from the town of Netherlands, consisting of Oscar de Jong, Mark Kneppers and Wim Plug. This Dutch based band released its debut album in 2006, however before rise to fame Kraak&Smaak played as the opening act at the American leg of Faithless’ world tour, performed at numerous major international festivals such as Pinkpop, Sziget, SXSW, Miami’s Winter Music Conference, Bonnaroo, Coachella, Good Vibrations Festival and made guest appearance in the popular TV show “Jimmy Kimmel Live”. Dance Magazine IDJ said that Kraak&Smaak is a “Must See Live Band” along with Chemical Brothers, Moby and The Prodigy.
As an introduction to this year’s event, throughout the summer until the beginning of the festival, Belgrade Beer Fest 2015 will have a series of events where visitors will be able to become more familiar with the contents of this year’s festival, numerous beer novelties, as well as the benefits and the importance of recycling.
Entrance will be free throughout the whole festival.
The most famous European festival guide (The Europian Festival Guide), published by the British American Media, included Belgrade Beer Fest in the list of festivals that shouldn’t be missed this year.