Doček 2023 and Doček 7531: Programme and Timetable

Doček 2023 and Doček 7531 in Novi Sad connect two measures of time, as well as visual art and music, raising the capacities of the local art scene while celebrating the uniqueness of the European Capital of Culture 2022’s diversity.

The blend of visual art and music, as universal languages that we all understand, distinguishes Doček, and therefore Novi Sad, as a city that will provide Novi Sad residents and guests of the city, with unique audio and visual experience, both on 31 December and 13 January.

Every city has concerts, but only Novi Sad has Doček!

TIMETABLE / 31 December

Admission to all music performances, exhibitions, and other visual programmes within the Doček 2023 programme which will be held on 31 December in the Suburbium and at the Petrovaradin Fortress will be free of charge.

9 p.m.
Perpetuum Jazzile / Main stage, near the Belgrade Gate

10 p.m.
Stereo MC’s / Big stage, Prote Mihaldžića Square
Monohrom / Small stage, Štrosmajerova Street

11 p.m.
Kosheen / Main stage, near the Belgrade Gate
Repetitor / Small stage, Štrosmajerova Street

11.30 p.m.
Mimi Mercedez / Big stage, Prote Mihaldžića Square

12.30 a.m.
Biesmans / Main stage, near the Belgrade Gate
Obojeni Program / Small stage, Štrosmajerova Street

01.30 a.m.
Rođeni / Big stage, Prote Mihaldžića Square


Doček in Novi Sad will be accompanied by the three spectacular exhibitions inspired by great Serbian scientists:

‘Mileva: We Are One Rock’ at the City Museum of Novi Sad, by the author Dušan Jovović, PhD

‘Milutin: Time and Universe’ at Studio M, by the author Dušan Jovović, PhD

The Tesla Light Gallery in the Suburbium and at the Petrovaradin Fortress will include works by Chida Yasuhiro from Japan, one of Artdex’s ‘9 Brilliant Light Artists’, Pavla Beranová from the Czech Republic, a winner of awards for interactive installations and best light design, Dorijan Kolundžija, who runs the ‘Gallery 12’ new media studio, and whose one of the projects is the Museum of the Future in Dubai, Goran Despotovski, a representative of the Association of Fine Artists of Vojvodina (SULUV), artists Dejan Stojkov and Anđelko Popić and others.



TIMETABLE / 13 January

Promo tickets for audio-visual events, taking place within Doček 7531 across the city on 13 January, will be sold online and at the Gigs Tix box offices.

5 p.m.
Hansel and Gretel / Bukovac CS

7 p.m.
Danica Crnogorčević + Petar Bilbija / Serbian National Theatre (large stage)

8 p.m.
Shihan Wang and Ke Ma / Novi Sad Theatre
Nneka + Dejan Stojkov / Synagogue
YU Grupa / the Great (Theatre) Hall of the NIS Business Centre
EYOT / Egység CS
La Banda / Bukovac CS

9 p.m.
Tigran Hamasyan / City Concert Hall
Divanhana / ‘Laza Kostić’ Grammar School
Sana Garić / Svilara CS
Tijana Bogićević / Cultural Centre of Novi Sad
Kal / Rumenka CS
Đorđe David & Ivana Peters / Barka CS
Vojvođanski Blues Band and Tihomir Pop Asanović / Zeppelin Café Boat

10 p.m.
Sevdaliza / Serbian National Theatre (small stage)
Shortparis / Fabrika
HÆLOS / Youth Theatre
ABOP / Radnički Dom

11 p.m.
Konstrakta & Zemlja gruva / Serbian National Theatre (large stage)

Lajkó Félix + Aleksandar Nikolić / Reformed Christian Church

Photo: Marko Pudić