Winter is coming and so are numerous super interesting events in the city of Belgrade. Put on warm and comfortable hats, scarves, and gloves, and get ready for the virtual tour.

Our first stop is the HESTIA art gallery.

The Hestia Gallery and Art Residence invite visitors on Friday, February 17 at 7 p.m. to combined programs – “The Godfathers” (Kumovi), which brings a new godfather – Dunja Jovanović, podcast author and director of the FFM platform, is the godfather of the current exhibition “Radiant as the end of the world” by Clément Bedel, who will guide the attendees and her followers through this exhibition in a unique way – on FFM podcast live.

The second part of the program on Friday, February 17 is the presentation of the Brazilian artist Dora Longo Bahia, who is Hestia’s current artist-in-residence.


Our second stop is a well-hidden art space Eugster II Belgrade.


Marko Obradović, Milica Mijajlović,
Kristina Cvetuljski, Ilija Dinčić,
Pavle Ćurčić
16th December 2022 – 15th February 2023
Eugster || Belgrade

Luis Bonilla (trombone)

Our third stop is a Swing and Latino Jazz concert “GRAZ MEETS BELGRADE” at Kolarac Endowment Hall on the 28th of February at 8 pm. Graz Meets Belgrade will showcase Big Band Orchestra, Maestro Zigi Feigl, Luis Bonilla (trombone), Renato Chicco (Piano), and Stjepko Gut (trumpet). The tickets are on sale at the box office at the Kolarac Endowment.

Our 4th stop is a real party. The world-class producer and DJ, Dixon, is going to play at Hungar Luka Beograd on February 11 within the Love Fest Party series. Tickets are available online.

As a DJ, he cuts a striking figure behind decks, rising from Berlin’s beginnings among the original pioneers of electronic music. Over a career, he has evolved his sound into something visionary, running the renowned record label ​Innervisions with Frank Wiedemann and Kristian Rädle of Ȃme. His ear for the perfect mix eventually brought down Resident Advisor’s Top DJs Poll, after taking out first place for its last four years running. However, Dixon’s ambition has driven a calling into wider fields of fashion and technology, expanding what it means to be a contemporary innovator.

Last, but not least stop is a new edition of the FEST-Belgrade International Film Festival.

The 51st Edition of FEST will take place in Belgrade cinemas from February 24 to March 5.

The latest creation of the French author, François Ozon, the crime drama “Mon crime” will open the 51st FEST. It is about the international premiere of the latest film by one of the most important European directors of his generation, and a film that the Belgrade audience will have the opportunity to see before the French one, since the film will be released in French cinemas only on March 8.

The ground-breaking film selection and programs are available on the FEST website.