There are Mainstream, Alternative, Massive Techno Events and the Local National experience of Belgrade. Mainstream Clubs play House, Electro house, Current Pop, Current Mainstream songs and new wave of Rnb. When it comes to the music, Alternative Belgrade scene offer Pop Rock, 80s, Instrumental Techno, Techno and Old School Rap. In the Alternative Belgrade you can find classic music events as well as Jazz events. Basically Alternative Belgrade is everything else then what Mainstream is trying to make us become. Alternative Belgrade is growing fast and taking over the Mainstream, while on another hand National Live is growing as well and Taking over the Mainstream as well.
Currently there are only 5 successful Mainstream summer clubs and 5 Mainstream Winter clubs. Each club fits around 300-800 people. Entry is free to mainstream places, but reservation of table is necessary. Without reservation, you will not be on the guest list, without guest list you will not enter to the club. Alternative places work on the different way, they do not require reservations, but very often they charge entry fee around 5-10 euros, depending from the event.
Good to know: There are roughly 100 Alternative Venues in Belgrade.
The Alternative areas in Belgrade
There are 3 major areas when it comes to the Alternative Belgrade, and all other Alternative Belgrade venues are spread out trough the different parts of the city.
Tree major alternative areas in Belgrade are SavaMala, Cetinsjka Steat and Donji Dorcol.
Once upon a time in Sava Mala, there was a multi Functional place called Mixer. Mixer brought such a unique and such an amazing value to Belgrade. After Mixer step out from the scene, SavaMala become mainstream location. In Savamala alternative places that survived attract of posh and luxury and as well as music attack are, Kc Grad, Benakiba and Galerija Stab.
Cetinjska Steet area, is old abandon beer factory that got in the hands of Creative souls. Art took over this place, and made various venues, that offer variety to its visitors. Cetinjska Street has around 30 venues and galleries. Our suggestion would be that you check out Gallery Polet, and Dvoristance. Keep in mind that music over there goes till 00, and after that some of foreigners go to the some of the mainstream popular Belgrade clubs.
What are the prices in Alternative Belgrade places?
There is no capital in Europe that has that much friendly and affordable prices like capital of Serbia, Belgrade. At most of the places you can get glass of tasty Serbian Wine, for just 1 -2 euros! Yes, 1 euro per glass. Beer and Local Rakia are around 1-3 euros and cocktails are around 3 euros per glass.
Entry is sometimes free of charge and sometimes they will ask u on the door for 3-10 euros.
There is no need to reserve in advance, and there is no strict dress code. Make sure not to be drunk when u show up in a front of a club, you might get denied to entry.
What are the Alternative places in Belgrade?
There are around 100 places that are considered more or less as opposite to the popular mainstream culture of the Belgrade Nightlife. The best way to find out is to go on the top of our page, and see the highlighted venues. Here is some of of Alternative Belgrade places:
20/44, Slep, Zapa Bar, Dragstor, Mint, Secer, Kc Grad, KPTM, Dvoristance, Ben Akiba, Ulicna Galerija, Galerija Stab, Zaokret, Dim, Lift, Ljubimac, Sinerman, DOT, and there is much more out there.
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