Individual tickets for the third night of Arsenal Fest are sold out!

Due to overwhelming interest from visitors, individual tickets for the last, third night of Arsenal Fest 2024, held from June 27th to 29th at the Knezev Arsenal venue in Kragujevac, are now sold out! It’s worth noting that on that evening, June 29th, on the Main Stage, performances will include Zdravko Colic with the Symphony Orchestra, Goblini, Palaye Royale, and Circa Waves. Undoubtedly, with a crowded festival area, the final night of the festival will be spectacular and memorable for a long time.

Individual tickets for June 27th and 28th, as well as ticket packages for all three days, are still available for purchase. Tickets for the first or second night cost 2,700 dinars each, while a three-day pass costs 5,500 dinars. These prices are valid until June 15th at noon.

The opening night of Arsenal Fest 2024, on Thursday, June 27th, will feature Hollywood superstar Keanu Reeves with his band Dogstar, Asian Dub Foundation, Partibrejkers, and Brkovi on the Main Stage. The following day, June 28th, will showcase Bijelo Dugme, Nouvelle Vague, Lil Pump, and Coby.

As part of the festival’s accompanying program, on June 16th (5:30 PM), an exhibition titled “Andy Warhol” will open at the Art Gallery of the National Museum in Kragujevac, lasting until July 1st. It features a selection of 40 graphics by Lazar Vujic, one of the most prominent European gallery owners.

Among Warhol’s muses were many famous personalities: foremost among them was the American diva Marilyn Monroe, alongside other pop icons such as Elvis, Mick Jagger, Elizabeth Taylor, Jackie Kennedy, Blondie, and Muhammad Ali.

During the festival, as part of the accompanying program, prominent street artist Kraljica Vila – TKV will be creating murals in the space of Arsenal Fest.

There will also be an exhibition of sculptures by Arpad Slancik, born in 1974 in Essen, Germany, but who moved to Subotica in his early youth, where he still lives and creates.

“I present myself with urban sculptures in a dark industrial style. The message of my sculptures is the helplessness of modern man,” described Slancik, who has had numerous exhibitions in our country and abroad.

Traditionally, on June 21st, World Music Day, the “Mikica Zdravkovic” award will be presented, dedicated to personalities from Serbia and the region for their work in the music scene.

The award is given in memory of the prematurely deceased Mikica Zdravkovic (1974-2020), one of the founders of Arsenal Fest, an employee of the Youth Center Kragujevac, and the bassist of the bands CBS and Vesele osamdesete.