The First Festivals To Be Held This Year Are In Serbia

Serbia is one of the few European countries that managed the pandemic with strict regulation and luckily the number of dead and sick people decreased fast. After the epidemic ended in most of the countries in the Balkans, the Serbian Prime Minister asked Festivals to take place later in the summer and not to be canceled.

At least for two weeks, small clubs are working regularly in Serbia, and the first festival to be held this summer will be here as well.


Lovefest will be held from 6th till 8th of August this summer in a dreamy green location of a small town called Vrnjacka Banja. The well-known city park lake will host artists such as Michael Bibi, currently one of the most wanted DJs in the world, Patrick Topping, Loco Dice, as well as the trio of Paris underground’s hottest producers – Apollonia. This year, Lovefest could be a good substitute for Berlin’s Panorama Bar because of the artist such as Jamie Tiller and Tama Sumo, Lakuti, Call Super,  who will definitely bring that Berghain vibe. But that’s not all, more famous artists and headliners are yet to come in the days ahead, so stay tuned.


The new dates for the 20th birthday of the renowned Serbian festival Exit are finally set from 13 to 16 August this year and they will follow all health and government guidelines. As one of the measures, the festival capacity will be reduced and some of the moats and trenches that host around 40 stages and zones will remain closed. However, the most breathtaking spots at the 18th century Petrovaradin Fortress that made EXIT legendary such are the colossal Dance Arena, the festival’s Main Stage, and the iconic No Sleep Novi Sad among others, will shine once more this August!

So, what can I say guys, see you in Serbia!