A Unique Doček on 13 January – Get Your Tickets On Time
After the unique celebration on 31 December in Novi Sad, Doček continues its tradition of celebrating two New Years, and on 13 January, throughout the city, turning indoor concerts into a special audio-visual experience.
At Doček on 13 January at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Space Motion & Tribe, a DJ, producer and musical maverick from Novi Sad will perform along with Undercatt, another big name of the electronic scene. In a similar rhythm, the Croatian live techno band ABOP will perform in Radniči Dom. The Youth Theatre will host stars from London Haelos, and the best jazz band from Serbia, EYOT, will perform at the Egység Cultural Station. The winner of Elle Style Awards Konstrakta i Zemlja Gruva, as well as a singer of spiritual and ethno music, Danica Crnogorčević, are coming to the Serbian National Theatre. Rock, indie and alternative sound, each in its own unique way, are brought to the Fabrika by Shortparis, at the Svilara Cultural Station by Sana Garić and by Đorđe David and Ivana Peters at the Barka Cultural Station. Classical music virtuosos, Ke Ma and Shihan Wang, together with the Silk & Wind duo, will hold a concert in the Novi Sad Theatre.
Tickets for the concerts as part of Doček on 13 January are on sale at Gigs Tix ticket offices, as well as online on their website.
In less than a month, tickets have already been sold out for the performance of one of the greatest contemporary jazz pianists Tigrana Hamasyan at the City Concert Hall, African R’n’B princess Nneka at the Synagogue, one of the most recognized European world music violinists Félix Lajkó at the Reformation Church, a singer whose voice breaks boundaries and fills the performance halls, Tijana Bogićević at the Cultural Centre of Novi Sad, as well as for the concerts of the Dutch musical diva Sevdaliza at the Serbian National Theatre, the world-famous group Divanhana at the ‘Laza Kostić’ Grammar School and the legendary YU Grupa with an unplugged set in the Great Hall of the NIS Business Centre. Support for this programme at Doček was provided by the NIS company.
In order for the concerts to really be turned into experiences, on 13 January, together with the performers, renowned artists will work on it, including the director Aleksandar Nikolić, audio-video designer Petar Bilbija, student of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Svetlana Klopan, Dejan Stojkov, Tijana Jevrić but also institutions such as the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad and many others.
As part of the Doček on 13 January, the Association of Artists Visoko C will organize the programme for children in the Bukovac Cultural Station, and the great girls who make up the tambura ensemble La Banda will perform there. A fusion of sounds will be brought to the Rumenka Cultural Station by the Kal band, while a special artistic programme will be implemented by local organizations in the newly opened Kovilj Cultural Station. Admission to their performances will be free of charge.
Photo: Promo, Darko Mareš, Kosta Đuraković