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33. majska gitarijada [a]

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The Bite Group from Belgrade's 33rd winner gitarijade the May Memorial "Mile Veljkovic," which was held on Wednesday, 2 May 2012th on the banks of the Morava.

Second place went to Infinity Group of Pozarevac, while third place went Partymakers group from Belgrade.

This year the competition 33rd Gitarijade reported the 47th bands, while 10 played in the competition part.

The review program performed SARS, Pressing, Sick Puppies, and Mortal Kombat.

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