Gitarijada festival

Gitarijada
"Petlić", official mascot of festival
Location(s) Zaječar, Serbia
Years active 1969 – present
Founded by Vojislav Paunović
Genre Rock
Website Gitarijada official page

Gitarijada (Serbian Cyrillic: Гитаријада, trans. Guitar fest) is a musical festival held in Zaječar, Serbia in order to promote demo bands. Held since 1969, Gitarijada is one of the longest lasting festivals in Serbia and in South Eastern Europe and the largest festival of young and unsigned bands in South Eastern Europe.[1] During the years, apart from the competition of demo bands, the festival program included performances of Serbian and former Yugoslav, as well as of foreign established bands.

History

Gitarijada was founded in 1969 by band Dar and Vojislav Paunović. First Gitarijada was held in Dom JNA in Zaječar. After several years organisation of Gitarijada was hostile taken from its founder by communist regime . After that Zajecar's Dom Omladine ( Youth Center ) was organisator of Gitariada..[2][3]

Winners

Because there were no official records of winners until 1974, not all the winners before this year are known.

Year Jury's choice Audience's choice
1974 Viktorija (Niš) Zlatni Prsti (Zaječar)
1975 Orion (Belgrade) Оrion (Belgrade)
1976 Oktopus (Subotica) Oktopus (Subotica)
1977 Mama Rock (Niš) Madrigali (Bitola)
1978 Galija (Niš) PU (Skopje)
1979 OPS (Smederevo) Visoko Mišljenje (Zaječar)
1980 Pauk (Zavidovići) Dr Ton (Bačka Palanka)
1981 Cilindar (Skopje) Zoster (Zaječar)
1982 Crna Ruža (Zaječar) Crna Ruža (Zaječar)
1983 Nova Zemlja (Valjevo) Nova Zemlja (Valjevo)
1984 Dinar (Banja Luka) Dinar (Banja Luka)
1985. Ogledala (Rijeka) Ogledala (Rijeka)
1986 Dr Steel (Rijeka) Dr Steel (Rijeka)
1987 Zijan (Gevgelija) Zijan (Gevgelija)
1988 Vrijeme Nježnosti (Split) Karizma (Belgrade)
1989 Džersi (Rijeka) Zippo (Split)
1990 Don Marcel (Beli Manastir) Grof (Belgrade)
1991 Revolveri (Župa Aleksandrovačka) Cirusi (Negotin)
1992 Kazna Za Uši (Belgrade) Kazna Za Uši (Belgrade)
1993 Bjesovi (Gornji Milanovac) Bjesovi (Gornji Milanovac)
1994 Riff (Zaječar) Ništa Ali Logopedi (Šabac)
1995 Jelena U Parku Jure (Zrenjanin) Jelena U Parku Jure (Zrenjanin)
1996 Muve (Novi Sad) Muve (Novi Sad)
1997 Tattoo (Prijedor) NCF (Raška)
1998 Vibe (Belgrade) Fobija (Ušće)
1999 Jelizaveta Bam (Zaječar) Brandon Walsh (Negotin)
2000 Agenda (Belgrade) Blood Eruption (Zaječar)
2001 Prvi Put (Belgrade)
2002 Sarah K (Novi Sad) Midgard (Šabac)
2003 Redovna Stvar (Zrenjanin) Moondive (Belgrade)
2004 Demether (Zrenjanin) Infest (Jagodina)
2005 Broken Strings (Belgrade) Priručnik Janga Trovača (Zaječar)
2006 Full Flavor (Belgrade) Ljute Papričice (Belgrade)
2007 Nightfall (Belgrade) Anti Dote (Pirot)
2008 Magma (Belgrade) Hate-tech (Zaječar)
2009 The Dark Ocean (Sombor) Brain Damage (Zaječar)
Plood (Zaječar)
2010 As I Fall (Banja Luka) Mind Reflection (Zaječar)
2011 Cotton Pickers (Mladenovac) Dok 7 (Niš)
2012 Bas i Stega (Beograd) VIS Novi Dan (Zaječar)
2013 Mud Factory (Vranje) Huti Ota Tre (Zaječar)

External links and references

  • Official page
  • Official Facebook page

References

This article was sourced from Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. World Heritage Encyclopedia content is assembled from numerous content providers, Open Access Publishing, and in compliance with The Fair Access to Science and Technology Research Act (FASTR), Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., Public Library of Science, The Encyclopedia of Life, Open Book Publishers (OBP), PubMed, U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health (NIH), U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, and USA.gov, which sources content from all federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government publication portals (.gov, .mil, .edu). Funding for USA.gov and content contributors is made possible from the U.S. Congress, E-Government Act of 2002.
 
Crowd sourced content that is contributed to World Heritage Encyclopedia is peer reviewed and edited by our editorial staff to ensure quality scholarly research articles.
 
By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. World Heritage Encyclopedia™ is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization.