FESTIVAL ON THE MOVE
Just Out is yearly international festival with unique concept of K.A.M.F and New Technologies.
From 25th to 27th August in magnificent monastery Manasija in memory of almost 600 years since Stefan Lazarević built one of the most beautiful medieval buildings with church of Holy Trinity and 139 machicoulis, 11 towers.
White Eagles, knights from Serbia will be hosts, comrades from more than seventeen countries such as France, Russia, Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Republic of Srpska, Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Turkey, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, Armenia and Iran… The big news is visit guests from Turkey and Scandinavian Vikings from Sweden and Denmark.
For our youngest who only started the battle of life, festival will organize various children's workshops with knights.
Just Out festival - for the first time in Serbia you will be able to hear the amazing blend of modern and medieval music. The big surprise for you will be French group of medieval music.
Incredible aroma variety of venison, surprises from the most famous chefs which will prepare for you various medieval specials. After all these incredible knights finish their fights, will be planty of time for rest and relaxation with juices which are there for conscientious drivers, you will be able to serve the finest Serbian wines.
Monastery Manasija August, 25 – 27th 2017
August, 25th 2017.
19:00 - 19:15 - Arrival of guests in Monastery Manasija.
19:15 - 20:00 - Gathering at Visitors center and refreshments in ruins old transcribing school. Visiting stands with medieval crafts and museum exhibits.
Opening of the festival
20:00 - Opening ceremony
20:10 - Slobodan Trkulja (musician, instrumentalist, composer and singer of the Byzantine style).
20:35 - The announcement of the parade - knight troupe WHITE EAGLES and knights from Europe. The parade of the participating countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, France, Croatia, Denmark, Hungary, Serbian Republic, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Ukraine, Italy, Russia, Sweden, Serbia...
21:30 - Musical theatre Banović Strahinja
22:45 - End of Program
August, 26th 2017.
11:00 - 17:00 - Medieval camp - the village where the knights are placed is open to tour visitors.
11:00 - 19:00 - Street of old crafts
11:00 - 13:00 - Children's program: Small schools of fencing and medieval board games
11:00 - 14:00 - Knights fight in knight village
17:00 - 19:00 - archery tournament in the medieval village
20:00 - 20:30 - Defile: knight troupe WHITE EAGLES. Country participants carry their flag in formation and point obeisance to the Ceremonial tribune and demonstrate fighting.
20:35 - 20:45 - Cultural and artistic program surprises
20:45 - 22:00 - Knights program
August, 27th 2017.
11:00 - 16:00 - Medieval camp - the village where the knights are placed is open to tour visitors.
11:00 - 13:00 - Children's program: Small schools of fencing, shooting from the bow and arrow, workshop pottery and medieval social games
11:00 - 14:00 - Presentations of various martial arts disciplines in the knight village
12:00 - 13:00 - Children theater play: "Тrue serbian fairy tale"
17:00 - End of Festival
Stefan Lazarević (1377 -19 July 1427), also known as Stefan the Tall, was the ruler of Serbia as knez (1389–1402) and despot (1402–1427). The son of Prince Lazar Hrebeljanović, he was regarded as one of the finest knights and military leaders in Europe.
After the death of his father at Kosovo (1389), he became ruler of Moravian Serbia and ruled with his mother Milica (a Nemanjić), until he reached adulthood in 1393. Stefan led troops in several battles as an Ottoman vassal, until asserting independence after receiving the title of despot from the Byzantines in 1402. Becoming an Hungarian ally in 1403 - 04, he received large possessions, including the important Belgrade and Golubac Fortress. He also held the superior rank in the chivalric Order of the Dragon.
Despot Stefan Lazarević was a great patron of art and culture providing support and shelter to scholars from Serbia and exiles from surrounding countries occupied by the Ottomans. He was educated at his parents’ home, he spoke and wrote Serbo-Slavic; he could speak Greek, and was familiar with Latin.
The festival of lost values Just Out is a culmination of all summer festivals
The passion of the people around D.S.L (Despot Stefan Lazarević) organization who conceived the concept of the Just Out festival, support from Bejing to London, the modern knights with brave hearts and with word of honor brings back lost hope while respecting gentleman's code.
Monastery fortress to this they with bishops, nuns and all of us here and now proudly resists the dramatic rise in violence, drugs, hooliganism, kitsch. We set as a dam, on the brightness of day, this festival inspired by the history and honor that in this holy place we delete the boundaries, colors and diversity and we all breathe in what the modern world in a hurry forgets... Love!
Јust Out festival is turned to traditional values. He unlocks the secret code of Eastern Serbia, approaching the world every creek, tweet, hot earthenware dish, plum ''Ranku'', children's smiles, the clatter of wild horse.
We are non-profit non-governmental organization. And in addition we initiated a major project to clean around monastery Manasija, elimination of consequences of floods with help of large number of volunteers.
History of one nation is one of the most important factors that influence its development. Without it the existence of naciona identity is unithinkable. History does not just represents cluster of periods that were irrevocably past and gone, but its presence is constant and visible, especially in the shaping of today’s society.
The Association “Beli Orlovi” (White Eagles), therefore, attempts to show the modern world, the most important elements from one period of Serbian history. The development of Serbian society started in the distant past, when major historic events took place.