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Mostar Blues Festival

Mostar Blues Festival

Blues as the music genre exists more than a hundred years, and there are many blues festivals and concerts each year all around the world. Mostar is one of these places with its Mostar Blues Festival. 

First international festival of blues music and films in Bosnia and Herzegovina was born in September, 2003. At the beginning, it was humanitarian festival because all income from tickets was donated to charity. Many famous world and local artists, such as Danny Shepard, Michelle David, Mike del Ferro, Snowy White Blues Quartet, King George, Deborah Coleman, The Greenbaums, Sherri Williams, Mostar Sevdah Reunion, Innes Sibun, Dado Topić, Vlatko Stefanovski, Miroslav Tadić, Goran Bare, Majke, Miroslav Evačić Trio and Josipa Lisac preformed at this festival. If you happen to visit Mostar in July, don’t miss this music and film event.


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