LET’S START LOVE FROM THE BEGINNING! Road Music Competition returns to Novi Unhappy, THESE ARE ITS MAIN STARS

As announced by the organizers, this festival will be marked by timeless values ​​and hits of domestic music, and the main stars will be Beti Djordjevic, the Military Orchestra of the Ministry of Defense “Stanislav Binicki”, as well as Marta and Vasil Hadzimanov band.

– The event will be a kind of homage to the beginning of pop music in Yugoslavia and the post-war enthusiasm that reigned in those years, as well as the timeless artistic values, talent, quality, consistency and duration of music that outlived the country in which it originated – the organizers point out.

Jazz and soul singer Beti Djordjevic, who is the interpreter of the legendary evergreen “Let’s start love from the beginning”, which is the motto of this year’s Festival of Street Musicians, will perform on the main stage at the opening of the festival.

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The Military Orchestra of the Ministry of Defense of Serbia “Stanislav Binicki” preserves the tradition of the First Belgrade Military Orchestra, which was founded in 1899 by the famous Serbian composer after whom the orchestra is named, and will be completed by Vasil and Marta Hadzimanov, with their band, winners of many music competitions.

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A dozen more bands will perform, which should revive the atmosphere from the 60s of the 20th century, so visitors to this year’s Festival will have the opportunity to sing, dance and enjoy the spirit of former dancers. The Festival of Street Musicians was supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Serbia and the city of Novi Sad.

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