The last edition of the No Border Jam Festival took place in 2017. For the time being, the article has been put into the depot, below you can find the archival article.
Inaugurated in 1992, the No Border Jam Festival is the oldest living Slovenian underground music festival, a punk rock festival with a rich and vivid past. Today it is run by the Cultural Centre Maribor (former Subkulturni azil Maribor).
The programme has presented some significant names of the anarcho-punk, punk and garage scenes, including Oi Polloi, Marky Ramone, Citizen Fish, Wat Tyler, Icons of Filth, Anarcrust and several local groups which are well-known in Europe, such as Pridigarji, Scuffy Dogs, plus veteran hosts Center za dehumanizacijo (CZD) and a number of other new groups.
The festival takes place in eastern Slovenia; the first one was held in Ptuj and the second one at Ormož, but all subsequent festivals have been hosted by the Pekarna Cultural Centre in Maribor.
In 2012 the NO BORDER JAM: Tale of a Fight for Survival, a comic book in the vein of the legendary Alan Ford was published in English by the Subkulturni azil Maribor. It outlines the 20-year history of the festival.