At 7 PM, you may start the party with a delightful duo of violin & piano with Viophonia Gratiartis, decide to attend the incredible makeup performance of Nusja E Kosoves or dance and enjoy yourself with DJ Minos Crio.
At 7h30PM, you will be enchanted by the voices of Preporod and Tarik Omerhodzic from Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Then, we guess it will be difficult to choose before three unmissable concerts : the witty and talented Bernard Orchestar, a jazzy and folk show with Vikenica Kamenica, Ali Pasha and Keli Band from Albania or the Frank London’s Glass House Orchestra who offers you a sample of Hungary’s Jewish musical tradition.
Then come three other difficult choices between greek rebetiko with the Maria Simoglou Ensemble, the awesome brass band Kocani Orkestar from Macedonia and Dren Abazi & Zig Zag Orchestra (from Kosovo) with their dazzling cocktail of pop, rock and Balkan rythms.
A selection of associations will be available to provide you information on the traditions, tourist attractions, culture and literature of the Balkans.
The Balkans are a genuine “food highway”. Their gastronomic products and traditions have travelled far and wide, to Maghreb and even to India, integrating local influences along the way.
This year it is the traditional cuisine of the former Yugoslavia and the Rom community that are being celebrated.
At the Vino Zirkus wine bar you can enjoy a selection of the best wines from south-eastern Europe as well as performances by a whole range of bands and dance group.