December 2021

Novi Sad, as the European Capital of Culture, is welcoming 2022 with an unusual artistic and production programme that will illuminate the baroque ambience of the Suburbium of the Petrovaradin Fortress. Compared to previous years, Novi Sad is making a step forward when it comes to the location of Doček. The citizens of Novi Sad and their guests will have a chance to see a part of the ‘Tesla, Inventartist’ play directed by Nebojša Bradić and

Due to the execution of the programmes within the opening of the European Capital of Culture, there will be a temporary change in the traffic regime in some parts of Novi Sad, for the purpose of safe and responsible installation of scenography and installations of the art programmes and the best possible organization of one of the most important cultural and artistic events in the country in 2022.

The ticket sales for indoor concerts on 13 January within Doček in Novi Sad begin on Monday, 20 December at noon. A very limited number of tickets at special, promotional prices will be available online at, where they can be purchased even by people outside Serbia, as well as at almost 50 Gigs Tix ticket offices throughout Serbia. With strict adhering to all epidemiological measures, the concert capacities, and therefore the number of tickets, will be limited.   The

In anticipation of the European Capital of Culture year in Novi Sad, the exhibition ‘The Citizens of Novi Sad Choose’, opens in the Gallery of Matica Srpska on 17 December, symbolically at 8:22 p.m. (20:22). One of the most significant institutions in Novi Sad starts the title year of the European Capital of Culture with the exhibition that will present the Gallery of Matica Srpska collection in a completely new way. The citizens of Novi Sad

A unique artistic celebration in Europe, Doček, will open the European Capital of Culture year in Novi Sad, with a programme that will be seen for the first time in this area. Doček, the European Trend Brand of the Year 2021 will reach its artistic-programme and production peak in the fifth year of its development. More than 400 artists from Serbia and the whole of Europe will focus on the fusion of art and science, preserving