Sunday, August 20, 2017
The fourth night of the festival was marked by the performances of Darko Rundek, Goblini, S.A.R.S, Kerber and Atheist Rap in front of 150,000 visitors.
Belgrade Beer Fest program was opened on Saturday by Good Ol 'Bastards, followed by Vremečuda, and later the audience welcomed the guys from the band Ničim Izazvan. After them, the audience greeted with ovations Croatian musician Darko Rundek, with the current, expanded setup of the band, which gave a 90-minute music spectacle to the audience. In the romantic atmosphere that "waved through" Ušće, Rundek took the audience through a rich twenty-year opus of hits from the release of their album Apokalipso. The program was continued with the concert of Goblini, and the singer of the band, Branko Golubović Golub, at midnight called on the audience to lift theirphones into the air with the song "Deca iz komšiluka" and to memorize a beautiful moment from full Ušće.
Excellent music night was spiced up by S.A.R.S, the favourite band of Belgrade audience, and two hours after midnight, Kerber, rockers from Niš, grunted from the main stage. Before the dawn, the biggest fans were delighted with the performance of the band Atheist Rap.
On the last evening of the festival the following bands perform: