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The Adriatic Journal team has put together a list of the best and most exciting events taking place in the region in the coming month. You can pick from a networking startup gathering, a fascinating orchestra experience, cranivals or even triathlon races taking place along the Montenegro’s scenic Bay of Kotor route.

Source: Druga godba
Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Date21 May – 25 May 2019

Druga Godba is one of the most prominent world music festivals in Central Europe, with a concept and approach that sets it apart from other festivals in this part of the world.

Location: Kotor, montenegro
Date: 12 May 2019

Ocean Lava Montenegro is more than a race – it is a movement! The triathlon is held in Bay of Kotor and consist of three consecutive stages: swimming, cycling, and running. You can register here if you’d like to participate.

Source: Andre Rieu & Johann Strauss Orchestra
Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Date: 24 May 2019

World star André Rieu, the Dutch violinist is undoubtedly one of the most internationally popular musicians of our time. Together with his 50-member Johann Strauss Orchestra, he tours on all five continents.

Photo: Sergej Zabijako
Location: budva, montenegro
Date: 29 april – 5 May 2019

Carnival will open the summer season in Montenegro’s coastal region. The annual spring carnival takes place within the walls of Budva’s old town and is popular with locals and visitors alike.

Source: University of Split, Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism
Location: bol, island brač, croatia 
Date: 22 May – 24 May 2019

The biennal conference on contemporary economic issues has become an important place of encounter between scholars and practitioners from different countries, culture and backgrounds. This year’s keynote speakers include two Nobel Laureates in Economics, Eric Maskin (2017) and Oliver Hart (2016).

Source: Podim
Location: Maribor, Slovenia
Date: 21 May – 22 May 2019

The regional Startup Ecosystem Epicenter Podim connects 800+ brilliant startps, investors, corporations and other stakeholders with global minds and leaders, serving as an effective platform for investing in the most promising startups of the region. 

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