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Cetinski Kicks Off Budva, Severina & Merlin Star in Kotor, Haris & Pejović Light Up Tivat

Montenegro is eagerly gearing up for an electrifying New Year’s celebration, set to captivate visitors with an array of diverse and vibrant festivities. As a sought-after holiday destination, the country promises unforgettable experiences across its picturesque coastal cities.

Budva: The Heartbeat of Celebrations

  • Budva, renowned as a premier regional destination for New Year’s Eve, showcases an exciting lineup. The festivities commence on December 30 with Budva City Music and performances by Bar’s “Akademia”, Dejan Petrović’s Big Band, and the popular folk singer, Aleksandra Prijović.
  • On December 31, the children’s choir “Zvjezdice” led by Ana Klepić and Sanja Perić presents “Children of the Children”. The evening features pop-rock vibes from Đorđe David & Death Saw with Ivana Peters and special guest Slavica Angelova. Rock enthusiasts can look forward to Van Gogh and Toni Cetinski.
  • The New Year ushers in with a classical music concert, “Mood Music”, on January 1 at 2 p.m. Enjoy opera arias by Ljubica Vranješ, Dragoljub Arsić, Vesna Đurković, Marko Živković, and Lana Asija Dabović, along with a piano performance by Nemanja Radulović.
  • The evening stars include Nikola Rokvić, Marija Šerifović, and Željko Joksimović. The “Be in Budva” and “Adriatic Street Food” festival further enrich Budva‘s festive atmosphere.

Kotor and Tivat: Winter Wonderland

  • Kotor’s Winter Fest (December 1 to February 3) promises 70 events over 65 days. New Year’s Eve at Weapons Square features the iconic pop diva Severina, followed by a magical night with Dino Merlin.
  • Tivat starts its festivities in early December, peaking with performances by Haris Džinović and Aco Pejović on December 31 and January 1.

Festive Celebrations Across Montenegro

  • Herceg Novi welcomes Goran Bregović and Bijelo dugme for its “How good it is to see you again” event from December 30 to January 2.
  • Bar‘s “New Year’s Happening” (December 27 to January 2) features Lepa Brena and other regional stars at the “Topolica” Sports Hall.
  • Cetinje‘s “New Year’s Story” starts on December 9, offering a month-long program with artists like Petar Grašo and Nataša Bekvalac.
  • At the “Splendid” hotel, Ana Bekuta, Severina, and Jelena Rozga will perform, accompanied by the Big Band, Saxonique Band, and Žuti Serhatlić.

Montenegro‘s diverse and rich celebration offers something for everyone, ensuring a memorable and joyous New Year’s experience.

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