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Croatia’s Biggest Beer Fest Set to Open

Croatia’s biggest beer fest set to open (Dani Pivo)

The 31st ‘Dani Piva’ (Days of Beer), Croatia’s version of Oktoberfest, is set to take place once again in Karlovac this month.

Over 120,000 are again expected to visit the 10-day beer fest over when it takes place this month in Karlovac from 25 August until 3 September 2017.

Over 40 different beers from a variety of breweries, food, entertainment for the kids, and a host of concerts every night by the country’s most popular musicians will be on offer at this year’s edition held at the Korana Sports Centre in Karlovac.



Karlovac’s ‘Dani Piva’, which is the biggest beer festival in the country and voted in 2013 among the best in Europe, is free to enter every day.

Concert Programme (9 pm start):

Friday 25.08 – LIDIJA BAČIĆ
Saturday 26.08 – DRAŽEN ZEČIĆ
Sunday 27.08 – JELENA ROZGA
Monday 28.08 – S.A.R.S.
Tuesday 29.08 – MAJA ŠUPUT –
Wednesday 30.08 – PLAVI ORKESTAR
Thursday – 31.08 – MIROSLAV ŠKORO
Friday 01.09 – JOLE
Saturday 02.09 – MATE BULIĆ
Sunday 03.09 – IVAN ZAK

Jelena Rozga

For more details about the beer fest you can visit the official website here.

(Photos: Dani Piva)

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