Παρασκευή, 25 Μαρτίου 2011

Eastern Europe best festival destinations


EXIT - SERBIA:
The most well known of the Eastern European festivals EXIT attracts 8 - 10,000 Brits each year alongside thousands of festival goers from all over Europe and beyond. Taking place from 7th - 10th July in the magical Petrovaradin Fortress on the river Danube, EXIT plays host to over 600 performances on 20 stages connected by cobbled streets, ramparts and tunnels - a walk through the mystical fortress is like a trip through a magical wonderland.  Known to have the best atmosphere and always a diverse line-up, EXIT is still the coolest, most adventurous and best value for money festival experience in Europe for the discerning festival goer .  www.exitfest.org
Tickets: 4 day festival pass £89
Line Up: Arcade Fire, Pulp, Portishead, Grinderman, Underworld, Deadmau5, Fedde Le Grand, Magnetic Man, Tiga, James Zabiela, Digitalism live, DJ Sneak, Paul Kalkbrenner, Joris Voorn, Steve Aoki, Carl Craig, Marco Carola, Hadouken!, Joachim Garraud, Gramophonedzie, tINI, Beirut. More tba

KAZANTIP REPUBLIC - UKRAINE:Kazantip Republic is the biggest, longest, craziest, liveliest and most unusual electronic music event taking place on the beautiful Crimean Black Sea coast from 30th July to 27th August.  With 6 dancefloors, 30 bars and restaurants, 2 open air crimea halls, 3 kite stations and a huge number of various architectural constructions which you can’t even imagine, Kazantip is an undiscovered party paradise. KaZantip Republic is a space where people can totally express themselves: DJs, musicians, producers, film makers, designers, performers, freaks, beautiful dancing girls and toned kitesurfing boys. Having been compared to Ibiza and Burning Man, KaZantip has a wide range of parties 24/7, art projects, and a community of crazy people set against the mind blowing back drop of a technicolour light show. www.kazantip-republic.com
Tickets: Multiple entry pass for one month 100 Euros.
Line Up: tba 

OFF FESTIVAL - POLAND:A unique boutique music festival, OFF Festival takes place from 5th - 8th August, in 'Three Lake Valley', Katowice  - a beautiful green oasis in the heart of industrial Silesia. OFF Festival is a way of life, one that flies in the face of current trends and stays true to itself, and the ethos of organiser Artur Rojek is firmly aimed at supporting art and music with the festival bringing many acts to Poland for the first time.  OFF Festival also features film, art, performance and poetry and keeps the environment in mind - all food and drinks come in environmentally-friendly packaging and there is a big emphasis on recycling. www.off-festival.pl
Tickets: 3 day festival pass 30 Euros
Line up: Primal Scream - Screamadelica, Mogwai, Gang of Four, Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Deerhoof, Liars, Meshugga, Omar Souleyman, Junior Boys, Destroyer, Abradab gra Kaliber 44, Czestaw Spiewa Tesco Value, Oneohtrix Point Never, Factory Floor, Actress, GaBle, L.Stadt, Kury graja "P.OL.O.V.I.R.U.S", Lech Janerka, Twin Shadow, Kode 9 & The Spaceape, Liturgy, Barn Owl. More tba

SPIRIT OF BURGAS - BULGARIABoutique Beach festival SPIRIT of Burgas takes place from 13th -15th August, set against the beautiful backdrop of Bulgaria's Black Sea Coast on the picture-perfect white sands of the city's central beach.  The rising star of of Eastern European festival scene, SPIRIT has grown year on year attracting thousands of festival goers from Bulgaria and beyond to party together on the beach in the hot Balkan sunshine. No mud, rain or cold - its sun, sea and sand all the way! www.spiritofburgas.com
Tickets: 3 day festival pass 50 Euros
Line Up: Moby, Skunk Anansie, Deftones more tba

THE GARDEN FESTIVAL - CROATIA
Taking place from 6th - 13th July The Garden Festival is Nestled on a narrow pine-shaded peninsular jutting into azure Adriatic waters. The location is truly breathtaking - hidden coves, distant mountain ranges, long walks and an abundance of fresh sea air. As the sun goes down the site is transformed with entrancing sunset sets, late night live shows and all night long partying for those in the mood.  http://www.thegardenfestival.eu/
Tickets:  £90 for 7 days
Line Up: LIVE ACTS: Art Department, Crackazat, Crazy P, Different Drummer, Electric Wire Hustle, Incarnations, Odyssey, Robert Owens, Tensnake DJ SETS: Adam Regan, Adam Shelton, Aldo Morro, Andy Whittaker, Andy Williams, Basement Boogaloo, Begin, Benoit and Sergio, Bobby Beige, Burek, Christophe (Redux), Commix, Cosmo, Crazy P, Danny Clark, Dave Jarvis, Dean Smith, Discomendments, Dolan Bergin, Dom Chung, Ed Cotton and Nick Shaw, El Diablos, El Harvo, Electric Minds, Emma Chibuku, Eric Duncan ,Faith, Falling Up, Felix Dickinson, Fila Brazilia (Steve Cobby  DJ set), Futureboogie DJ's, Futuredisco, Geddes, George Levings, Gerd Jansen, Greg Wilson,  Hang The Dj, Hrwo E, Jacques Renault, James Holroyd, Joe 90, Jogarde, Julio Bashmore, Kelzo, Kink, Kon and Amir, Larry Heard (AKA Mr Fingers), Mark E, Matty J & Ben Terry, Maxxi Soundsystem, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Move D, Mudd, Mulletover, Neil Diablo, No Fakin DJ's, Norman Jay, Ole Smokey, Paddy Freeform, Phat Phil Cooper, Phenomenal Handclap Band, PBR Streetgang, Pytzek, Qool DJ Marv, Quantic, Ras Tweed , Redux, Quantic, Savage, Sean Brosnan, Sean Gorham, Sergej, Sofrito Soundsystem, Soul Clap, Straight A's, Ste Hodge, Stu Patterson, Subb An, Terry Farley, Tirk, The Groovers, Toby Tobias, Tristan Da Cunha, William Collins, Wolf and Lamb, Wolf Music, Yam Who?




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