Exit Festival will have to reduce capacity by 90% to go ahead this year following a spike in COVID-19 cases in Serbia.
In a statement in May this year, Serbian prime minister Ana Brnabic said that the Serbian government expected the pandemic to be “totally under control” in Europe by August, and that it would be safe for the festival to take place in some capacity. The Novi Sad event, which attracted over 55,000 festivalgoers a day over four days in 2019, previously announced that it would be unable to take place as originally planned in July.
The line-up for EXIT festival 2020 has been revealed.
In May, Prime Minister Ana Brnabic requested that organizers of EXIT, Serbia’s largest festival, do not cancel despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, recommending instead that it be postponed from its original dates in July to August.
Serbia’s EXIT Festival is expected to go ahead in some form this summer.
Prime Minister Ana Brnabic requested that organizers of the festival, Serbia’s largest, do not cancel despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, recommending instead that it be postponed from its original dates in July to August.
No Sleep Festival is set to return to Belgrade this November with another massive line-up to boot including a special showcase put together by fabric to mark their 20th anniversary.
The festival, which takes place in a warehouse close to the Port of Belgrade and is organised by the team behind Serbia's Exit Festival, will host Amelie Lens, Kobosil, Joyhauser and Farrago, who make up part of the roster on Amelie Lens' Lenske label.
Carl Cox and Maceo Plex will go b2b at Serbia's EXIT Festival next month, at Novi Sad's Petrovaradin Fortress.
Taking place from the 4th to the 7th July, EXIT will welcome the likes of Amelie Lens, Boris Brejcha, Dax J, Jeff Mills, Peggy Gou and many more across the two-day festival.
Previous editions of the festival have featured some of the biggest names in dance music team up, with the likes of Dixon and Ame, Carl Cox and Green Velvet and Eric Prydz and Adam Beyer all going b2b across its 10 year history of EXIT.
EXIT Festival’s Echowaves is returning to the beautiful beaches of Georgia this August.
The second edition will return to Anaklia, a seaside resort, and the early lineup already features heavy hitters from techno and beyond, including Nina Kraviz, Rødhåd, Ben Klock, Dax J, Petre Inspirescu, KiNK (live), Claptone, Valentino Kanzyani, Red Axes, DJ Tennis, Tom Trago, Vril (live) and many more.
Where do you start with Exit Festival? From its rawer, more intimate early years through to today's monumental offering, this award-winning gathering has always been about free expression, experimentalism and activism. Not to mention incredibly good tunes.
Serbia's EXIT Festival has confirmed appearances from Jeff Mills, Charlotte de Witte and Paul Kalkbrenner for its Dance Arena stage at this year's event.
Event organisers Exit have announced a new No Sleep festival that will take place in Belgrade this November.
Serbia's capital will play host to the three-day festival (16th to 18th November) which boasts an impressive line-up including Siberian superstar Nina Kraviz, techno beatmaker Dax J and enigmatic Frenchman I Hate Models.