The most popular pop-rock bands of Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slovenia and Macedonia will perform at the 10th Belgrade Beer Festival, which is the largest such event in South East Europe, which on the occasion of the anniversary will last six days until Sunday, instead of the usual five days.
At the free entrance festival in Belgrade until the end of the week 49 bands will perform, including Croatian Hladno Pivo (cold beer), the Pszihomodo Pop, or the Bosnian Plavi Orkesztar (blue band), the Zabranjeno Pusenje (no smoking) and the Crvena Jabuka (red apples) as well as the Serbian Rambo Amadeus and Belgrade cult band, Playboy i Vampiri (Playboy and vampires). From Great Britain the famous DJ, Pete Tong will rotate the discs.
More informations can be found at: www.belgradebeerfest.com. (MTI)