Yes, Thievery Corporation is coming to one of the coolest music festivals in Southeast Europe. With that being said, don’t think about visiting Arsenal too much, just play The Shining Path, turn up the volume, and let the vibes take you to Kragujevac, Serbia’s fourth biggest city, located approx. a hundred kilometers south of Belgrade.

It’s time for some serious partying, guys.

Arsenal Festival is “one of the most interesting, most relevant and most perspective open-air summer festivals in Serbia and this part of Europe” that annually brings together carefully selected line-up of performers in an original and stunning setting. I mean, this badass event takes place in a military fabric dating from 19th century and trust me, the combo of the coolest music names and three awesome festival stages (Main, Explosive and Garden) is actually a recipe for the craziest and certainly unforgettable party time you’ll spend this June in Serbia.

Still tripping? Now increase the volume.

The tickets for the 3-day event cost only 2300 RSD (19 euro).


The visitors of Arsenal Fest with tickets will have a possibility of having accommodation in the festival camp, situated near the city’s main football stadium. The users will have places for their own tents, with showers, drinking water and toilets being available and it’ll take you approx. 15 minutes of relaxed walk to reach the festival grounds.

So, who’s coming?

Confirmed names: Thievery Corporation, Anthrax, Skindred, Buzzcocks, Elvis Jackson, Ana Popovic, Dub FX…

Getting there

If Belgrade is your starting point, the easiest and the quickest way to get to Kragujevac is by bus. Check out the timetable of daily bus departures here. If you wanna do it by train, check out this link here.  If the plan is to come to Serbia by plane – these are the cheapest flights to Belgrade (Nikola Tesla Airport).

Website Tickets

When: June 22-24, 2017

Where: Kragujevac, Serbia

Why: One of the most exciting, most interesting, most relevant and most perspective open-air summer music festivals in the region.


Photo credits: © Arsenal Fest