A small, peaceful, picturesque and quiet village in the Serbian region of Dragacevo, few days every August turn into an explosion of joy and music. An orderly chaos that catches everyone who comes to enjoy the festival because people come to Guca to have fun. Much fun. A village of 2000 inhabitants is "invaded" by visitors during those days. The record was in 2010, when Guca hosted altogether 700,000 visitors over the days of festivities. It seems that the enthusiasm for the trumpet in the town began in the early nineteenth century during the rule of Milos Obrenovic who ordered the formation of the first military band. Since then, the trumpet has become the “queen” of all celebrations: births, weddings, funerals, ... and the festival of Guca, when the heyday occurs. The first Dragacevo Assembly of Trumpet Players was held on October 16, 1961 in Guca. Initially a very modest Assembly - almost subversive for the prevailing political circumstances of the time. In the last decades it has become a key folk symbol in the world and is no longer held solely for the trumpet players. During the days of the festival, Guca is a place of catharsis of the heart and soul. And naturally, Guca also has a legend (which everyone confirms it is true, of course) that puts on Miles Davis´ lips the sentence 'I never knew you could play a trumpet that way’ when he visit the festival in the 1970s.