Mikser Festival is an annual cultural event promoting innovative, sustainable and socially engaged ideas in design, architecture, urban planning, new technologies, art, music, and communications. It was founded in 2009. by a group of enthusiasts coming from the fields of architecture, design, theater, communications and music, eager to expand exchange with artists and experts from other creative and innovative disciplines. The Mikser Festival evolved from the Ghost Project exhibition discovering young design talents which appeared for the first time at the Belgrade Design Week in 2006, and ever since has evolved into a prominent platform for young international designers.

Mikser Festival features lectures, competitions, workshops, exhibitions, concerts, films and theater plays and it occurs once a year in Belgrade at the end of May or the beginning of June, and usually lasts three days. The first was held in the Zitomlin silo in Belgrade’s Dorcol district. It was subsequently held in Belgrade’s once-neglected Savamala industrial zone to help revitalize the area, before returning to Dorćol in 2017.