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THE TEAM – contacts


Contact email address:


Marcel SteržajMarcel Steržaj, Chairman of Association SweetSwing




Dragana RadojevićDragana Radojević, Event CEO




Katja ZavršnikKatja Završnik, Artistic director




Jana FurmanJana Furman, Creative director




Mojca MarinšekMojca Marinšek, Organizer and MC




Zala A. LogarZala Logar, Founder of Association




Nina VenceljNina Vencelj, Founder of Association




Katarina Ponikvar, Implementation of the program





Payment for the festival must be done immediately after receiving a confirmation email from LSSF. If we don’t get your payment in 7 days, your registration will be deleted. However, if you don’t receive a confirmation email 24 hours after registering, please write us an email to before you pay.

Priredimo d.o.o.
Ptujska ulica 27
1000 Ljubljana

IBAN: SI56 6100 0001 7714 487
Bank address: Delavska hranilnica d. d. Ljubljana, Miklošičeva 5, 1000 Ljubljana, SI

Write down LSSF 2018, your name, surname and booking ID.

If you have any problems with payment please contact us on, subject: LSSF 2018 PAYMENT.



Prosimo, da plačilo festivala poravnate najkasneje v 7 dneh od prejetja potrditvenega email-a. V kolikor plačilo v tem roku ne bo poravnano, bomo vašo registracijo ukinili in se boste morali ponovno registrirati. Če v roku 24 ur ne prejmete potrditvenega email-a, se NE registrirajte ponovno, NITI NE izvedite plačila, ampak nam pišite na

Društvo za kulturo swinga SweetSwing
Vojkova c. 91.
1000 Ljubljana

IBAN: SI56 6100 0001 4822 917
Naslov banke: Delavska hranilnica d. d. Ljubljana, Miklošičeva 5, 1000 Ljubljana, SI

Pripišite LSSF 2018, ime in priimek ter booking ID.

V primeru težav z registracijo in plačilom, nam pišite na, zadeva: LSSF 2018 PLAČILO.



General conditions and indications for the attendees of the Ljubljana SweetSwing Festival 2018:


The general conditions and indications for the attendees of the Ljubljana SweetSwing Festival, organized by the Društvo za kulturo swinga SweetSwing (DKS), are the essential and binding part of the contract-registration between DKS and the individual who registered to the Ljubljana SweetSwing Festival. If you do not sign this document (and thus do not agree with the terms) you will not be able to attend the festival!


By registering to the Ljubljana SweetSwing Festival each individual is expected to pay the adequate fee immediately after registering. The attendee is responsible for all bank transfer costs. With registering and paying for the festival, each attendee is also paying for the yearly membership of DKS.

In case of denouncement DKS will return the fee by below scheme:

– for all denouncements before 1.2.2018 we return 50% of the paid fee
– for all denouncements between 1.2.2018 and 15.2.2018 we return 30% of the paid fee
– for all denouncements after 15.2.2018 we return 0% of the paid fee.
If doctor’s notice is presented we return 100% of paid fee (minus bank costs).


Društvo za kulturo swinga SweetSwing has the right to implement any and all changes to the content of the event (including dates, times, locations, prices, schedules, personnel, etc.), which the members of the organising team deem necessary in order to maintain the highest possible quality of the event, or which are the result of actions and events beyond our control (such as events arising from the occurrence of Force Marjorie, sudden illness, injury or any and all legal or moral misconduct by instructors or other key collaborators etc.).


Društvo za kulturo swinga SweetSwing reserves the right to cancel the event in the case of extraordinary threats to the event or its attendees, or due to a higher force. In this unlikely event, attendees will be reimbursed up to 80% of their payment.


Društvo za kulturo swinga SweetSwing will not be held responsible for any physical injuries or thefts that might occur in the time of the Ljubljana SweetSwing Festival.


By signing this document the attendee is bound to behave in accordance with the general rules of conduct and with the existing Slovenian laws – all while respecting the house rules. In case of misdemeanor you will be in the jurisdiction of the police station Bežigrad or the Ljubljana Court of Justice.


Ljubljana Court of Justice is competent for all disputes between the clients according to Slovenian law.


By signing or clicking on the General conditions for the attendees of the LSSF 2018 at the registration via internet you state that you fully agree with the content of this document and will obey all the rules and regulations.


  • Shuttle service: GoOpti low cost transferGoOpti_Logo_WhereTo_CMYK-01

If you need a ride from Ljubljana airport (Airport Jožeta Pučnika) or any other airport near Slovenia to the city Ljubljana, we have a solution for you: ‪#‎GoOpti‬ low cost transfer!
They can organize your transfer from any nearby airports to your accommodation in Ljubljana.

You can book it by yourself via link below:


  • Air: Aerodrom Ljubljana/Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport

Ljubljana Airport is open every day from 6:00 until 22:00. The airport terminal has a restaurant, a bank, a post office, a Duty-Free shop, boutiques, a tourist agency, a car rental agency, air taxi service, and express shipping company. Numerous carriers offer regular flights to Slovenia: Adria Airways, Austrian Airlines, Swissair / Sabena, Aeroflot, Avioimpex, Montenegro Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Czech Airlines.

Aerodrom Ljubljana/Ljubljana Airport
tel.: +386 (0)4 206 19 81
fax: +386 (0)4 202 12 20

  • Bus

Buses to destinations both within Slovenia and abroad leave from the same shedlike bus station (; Trg OF 4; 5.30am-10.30pm Mon-Sat, 8am-8pm Sun) opposite the train station. Next to the ticket windows are bilingual information phones and touch-screen computers. The posted timetable is useful once you get the hang of it.

You will need a prepaid or so called Urbana card to use the bus. You can buy one at every newspaper stand in Ljubljana and then fill it up as needed. There are Urbana machines situated at every bigger bus station where you can read more about it – otherwise just ask a vendor in the newspaper stand or ask someone – we are friendly people. The cost of one trip is 1,20 EUR and it is valid for 90 minutes. Here is the link to map of all the bus routes and more about the public transport.

  • Car & motorcycle

You can best get to know a country if you visit it by car. You can reach Slovenia via one of the border crossings with Italy, Austria, Hungary or Croatia, or you can rent a car in one of our car rental agencies. Slovenia’s highways are good and clearly signposted, beside the roads you will find rest stops, inns with overnight accommodation, and motels.

Documents required for arrival by car:
Foreign drivers, those from the EU as well as those outside it, need valid car registration and insurance, for the vehicle being driven.
We suggest that before they intend to travel, drivers from the EU also obtain a green card issued by their insurance company, as in the event of a car accident, it facilitates the procedure of data exchange. The green card is obligatory for drivers not from EU member countries.

You can find more information on the website of Automobile Association of Slovenia.

  • Train

Domestic and international trains arrive at and depart from central Ljubljana’s lone train station (+386 (0)1 29 13 391;; Trg OF 6; 5am-10pm). You can get rail information from window no 10. Buy domestic tickets from window nos 1 to 8 and international ones from nos 9 and 10. You’ll also find a branch of the Ljubljana Tourist Information Centre here.

  • Taxi

080 11 17, 080 12 33, +386 (0)31 492 299 – Laguna
080 11 90, +386 (0)41 240 200 – Metro
080 82 94, 080 311 311, +386 (0)31 311 311- Intertours
+386 (0)31 234 000, +386 (0)41 970 000 – Taxi društvo Ljubljana



Ljubljana is the political and cultural heart of the Slovenian nation. It is an important European commercial, business, exhibition and congressional centre as well as the transport, science and education centre of Slovenia.

A people-friendly city
Ljubljana is a people-friendly city. Categorised as a medium-sized European city, it offers everything a metropolis does yet preserves its small-town friendliness. Its geographical position in the centre of Europe has determined Ljubljana as a natural meeting place for merchants and soldiers as well as – and more than once – peacemakers. The victors of the Napoleonic wars selected this peaceful city as the site of the Holy Alliance congress, which in 1821 sealed the European political geography for years to come.

The old meets the new
In Ljubljana the old meets the new. It has managed to retain traces from all periods of its rich history; from the legacy of Roman Emona; through to the Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau periods characterised in the house fronts and ornate doorways of the city centre, the romantic bridges adorning the Ljubljanica river, the lopsided rooftops and a park reaching deep into the city centre. Here eastern and western cultures met; and the Italian concept of art combined with the sculptural aesthetics of Central European cathedrals.
The city owes its present appearance partly to Italian baroque and partly to Art Nouveau. In the first half of the 20th century, modern Ljubljana was shaped by the strong personal style of Jože Plečnik, a great European architect and a local of Ljubljana. The cityscape was complemented by his modernist followers as well as by creations of the “New Wave” of acknowledged young architects.

A city of culture
Ljubljana is home to numerous theatres, museums and galleries, and boasts one of the oldest philharmonic orchestras in the world. The first music society in Slovenia, the Academia philharmonicorum, was founded in 1701. Its honorary members included such renowned composers as Joseph Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven and Johannes Brahms, and distinguished musicians such as the violinist Nicolo Paganini. Between 1881 and 1882, at the very start of his career, Gustav Mahler was its resident conductor.
For the people of Ljubljana culture is a way of living and thinking. Over 10,000 cultural events take place in the city every year, among which there are 10 international festivals. The inhabitants of Ljubljana and its visitors can admire artists from all the different fields – from music, theatre and fine arts to the alternative and avant-garde. In warmer months, the tables and chairs of the numerous cafés fill the banks of the Ljubljanica and the old city markets. It is here, after an almost obligatory Saturday visit to the Ljubljana market or the Sunday flea market, that the locals meet for a morning coffee or for an evening chat with friends.

A modern and lively city
The first impression a visitor gets of Ljubljana is that it is an exceptionally young city. It is home to over 50,000 students. As four Slovene regions meet in Ljubljana, the city’s numerous restaurants and inns offer a wide range of local delicacies, not to mention superb wines. Ljubljana did not earn the label of “the city of wine and vine” for nothing. In the past it was the wine-trading centre of the region and grapevines were planted on the slopes leading up to the present-day castle by the inhabitants of the Roman settlement of Emona. Today scientists are drawn to the city because of its high-calibre institutes and university, as are artists due to its world-famous graphic biennial, art academy and countless art galleries. International businessmen, economists and experts from all fields frequently attend the city’s many business and congressional meetings, exhibitions and trade fairs.

In short: Ljubljana is a city that people often return to, be it because of work or because of pleasant memories of previous visits. It is similar to a number of other pleasant European cities – yet it is different – and if you want to be fully assured that Ljubljana is an interesting, pretty and friendly place then just ask the locals – they love it. And with a name that, according to one theory, means beloved, how could they do otherwise?

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