Festival of food, beverage and arts and crafts 'Bodrog Fest'
Bodrog Fest is an event with the aim of promoting the tradition and culture of Monoštor, natural assets of the village and drawing attention towards Bački Monoštor as a tourist destination. Bodrog Fest got its name after a medieval town Bodrog on whose grounds Bački Monoštor is situated. The story of the town is a mystery, because there is no physical evidence of its existence, except for the written ones. It is assumed that the town disappeared in the Danube waves, because it was situated right on its banks. During the festival, folklore heritage of Šokci population (who are dominant in this community) as well as of other nations, who live with them in this area, is promoted. The festival programme includes: - Children's programme in the David Reeder Park (from WWF). - Performances by folklore groups from the village and surrounding places, poem recitals and musicians on the festival stage in the village centre - Parade of horse riders and merry horse-drawn buggies (fiacre) - Performances by tamburitza players on the festival stage in the evening - Concerts of bands on the stage in the park An important aspect of Bodrog Fest is the promotion of nature and Special Nature Reserve Gornje Podunavlje (Upper Danube Region). In the past few years, Bodrog Fest hosted uncovering ceremonies of the plate Upper Danube Region Gate, the bust of David Reeder from WWF, as well as of the plate honoring Bački Monoštor as the IUCN Green Belt Site.