Novi Sad’s Doček, as a unique artistic celebration of two New Years in Europe, was once again nominated for the best festival within the 13th edition of the European Festival Awards.
Doček is in the Best Medium-Sized category, and voting is open until 30 November at the link.
Already recognized as the best European Trend Brand in the field of culture, Doček is also one of the most important legacies of the ‘Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture’ project, which in the past six years included more than 400 programmes at more than 100 locations in the city and its surroundings.
Doček, as an event for the widest audience and the most diverse tastes, managed to offer a wide range of performers and spaces, preserving the artistic quality and celebrating the cultural diversity of Novi Sad.
Doček brought supreme musicians from Europe and the world to Novi Sad, such as Alexey Tikhomirov, Andreas Ottensamer, the Irkutsk Philharmonic with soloists, Roman Simonović, Carminho, Chrystabell, Sevdaliza, Morcheeba, Nouvelle Vague, Jimi Tenor, Kosheen, Stereo MC’s, Tigran Hamasyan, Lajko Felix, Nneka, Kinga Głyk, Biesmans, Mahmut Orhan and others.
Just some of the big names of the local and regional scene, whose performances the visitors could enjoy in the past years, are Božo Vrećo, Darko Rundek, Magnifico, Matija Dedić, Stefan Milenković, Camerata Academica, Buč Kesidi, Josipa Lisac, Damir Urban, Lena Kovačević, YU grupa, Bajaga i Instruktori, Atomsko Sklonište, Dado Topić, Artan Lili, Konstrakta & Zemlja Gruva, Bojana Vunturišević, Let 3, Elemental, Nipplepeople, Perpetuum Jazzile, Obojeni Program, Repetiror, Monohrom, Dejan Petrović & Orchestra, Kralj Čačka, Lollobrigida, Svemirko, Goran Trajkoski, Love Hunters and others.
You can find more information about Doček on the website docekns.rs