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.
Back in April, EXIT festival announced that it would be giving on lucky aspiring DJ the chance to play at this year’s festival which runs from 12th - 15th July.
In partnership with DJ Mag and Beatport, the festival launched a mix competition, gave emerging DJs the opportunity to win a slot at the massive festival taking place at the Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad, Serbia.
MEADOWS IN THE MOUNTAINS
SET in the picturesque mountains of Polkovnik Sera movo, this magical festival is now in its 8th year and attracts over 2,000 revellers. With an eclectic mix of live acts and DJs this year, there’ll be a stage takeover by Little Gay Brother, plus Groove Chronicles, Commix and Gwenan. Don’t miss the 6am sunrise set, it’s legendary.
BACK for its fth edition, Italy’s Terraforma brings together experimental artists, art installations and a focus on sustainability. Acts across the three days range from techno legend Jeff Mills and Warp Records veterans Plaid, to rising stars like Scotland’s Lanark Artefax and Bristol techno head Batu.
NORTH SEA JAZZ FESTIVAL
THIS line-up reads like a who’s who of modern jazz, neo-soul and funky hip-hop: The Roots (with special guests), D’Angelo, N.E.R.D, BADBADNOTGOOD, Anderson .Paak, Moses Boyd Exodus, Mulatu Astatke and many more play across two days in Rotterdam. One to kick back and relax at, then.
DESCRIBED as a “sophisticated beer festival with international live music”, Haven sounds right up our street, especially when that music includes Kraftwerk, Kamasi Washington and Nils Frahm. With a focus on art, food and an aim to become 100 percent organic, providing chilled alternative to the usual three-day sesh fests.
David Guetta, whose BIG residency is returning to Ibiza this summer, has been confirmed as the closing act for EXIT Festival, which runs from Thursday 12th July to Sunday 15th July, in a fortress overlooking the River Danube close to the city of Novi Sad, Serbia.
EXIT Festival has revealed the second wave of names to play the dance arena, at the event which runs from 12th to 15th July at the Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad, Serbia.
Nina Kraviz, Solomun, Maceo Plex, Tale of Us, Carl Craig, Rødhåd and Boris Brejcha have all been confirmed.
The dance arena will also host local techno selectors Filip Xavi and Vladimir Aćić Avoid.
Nina Kraviz' next release is the three-track EP ‘Pochuvstvui’. It will be the Russian producers first full solo EP through her ТРИП label.
The titular track, paired with ‘You Are Wrong’ and it’s ‘short version’, can be secured 7th July.
Exit Festival just dropped their second wave of acts to play the Serbian festival this July, with Australian band RÜFÜS and Sister Bliss of Faithless all confirmed.
Both Solomun and Dixon are also confirmed to spin at the fest, with the DIYnamic bossman scheduled to play back-to-back with the Innervisions head for a whopping three hours in EXIT's famous Dance Arena.
Exit festival is set to return to Novi Sad, Serbia, on 6th through 9th July this year, with acts including Jamie Jones, Hardwell and Black Coffee all confirmed.
Paul Kalkbrenner, Duke Dumont, Foreign Beggers, Hot Since 82, Kungs and Robin Schulz are just some of the other acts on the stacked bill, with the festival adopting a 'Summer Of Love' theme for this year's event.
Exit Festival returns to Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad once again from Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th July 2017, this time celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love.
Serbia's answer to Glastonbury, the massive festival smashed attendance records in 2016 when The Prodigy topped a bill that featured the likes of Richie Hawtin, David Guetta, Stormzy, Maceo Plex, Nina Kraviz, Solomun, Oliver Heldens and more.