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85 new acts confirmed for the North West’s finest festival!
PUBLIC ENEMY // SEASICK STEVE // JOHNNY MARR
THE D.O.T // MIKE SKINNER (DJ Set)
added to Kendal Calling line-up performing alongside headliners BASEMENT JAXX, THE CHARLATANS, PRIMAL SCREAM
plus many more!
Further additions include…
Nina Nesbitt // Prince Fatty feat. Horseman // Hudson Taylor // Scruffizer // Justin Robertson // Beans on Toast // The Heartbreaks // A Plastic Rose // Sam Bradley // The Feud // Will Tramp! (Homoelectric / WHP) // Clint Boon // Gareth Brooks // Seelie // Dave Haslam // Werkha // Techniques // London Grammer // Champs // Jinx in Dub // Baggy Mondays // London Grammar // Silhouette // Sweet Baboo // Peter & Kerry // Dan Croll // Hatcham Social // Fiona Clayton // Charlene Soriaia // Lauren Aquilina // Misty Miller // Micky P Kerr // Waylayers // Ash Howell // Beat Boutique DJs // The Witch & The Robot // Birds vs. Planes // Lucid Dream // Nancy Kent // Herbal Sessions Soundsystem // Lowdown & Dirty Residents // Spirit of John // Jack Bee // Gamu // Throwing Up // Slowgun // Jakarta Club // Black Cat DJs // The Whip (DJ set) // Alex Hulme // Karl Yates // Dermo // Fallback Productions // Sam P // Sauced Residents // Paper Cranes // Gritty Britain // Howling Rhythm DJs // Spirit of John // Mobius Loop // The Wax Collection // Handbrake Shirley // Clique DJs // The Velveteen Saints // Mark Abbott // Ben Dyson // Joe McCorriston // Tea Street Band // Bad Bad Me // Gramotones // Edger Summertyme // All We Are
12 stages – 3 days and nights of fun in the fields in the beautiful Lake District
Kendal Calling is proud to announce legendary and controversial American Hip-Hop group Public Enemy will be touching down in the fields for a rare UK festival appearance. With Chuck D’s forcefully enlightening rhymes, and the chaotic, comic of Flavor Flav’s cuts (not to mention his oversized clocks!) this is simply not to be missed.
Also flying the flag for the US in the festivals latest line-up additions is Steven Gene Wold, commonly known as Seasick Steve. Born in Oakland, California and now in his seventies, Steve has been singing the blues and playing guitar since the age of eight. Steve began playing music for a living in the early 1960s, in bands and as a solo musician, but it was not until he played on Later… with Jools Holland on New Year’s Eve in 2006 that he made his breakthrough in the UK.
Johnny Marr formed The Smiths in 1982 when he was just 18 and they went onto become one of the most important bands in the history of music and Johnny Marr one of the greatest guitarists the UK has ever produced. Post The Smiths, Marr has spent his time playing guitar in a succession of great acts such as The Pretenders, The The, Electronic, Modest Mouse and The Cribs bringing a shimmering majesty to their recordings and live shows and finally released his debut solo album The Messenger which has been met with huge critical acclaim.
The D.O.T is a collaboration between Mike Skinner (The Streets) and Rob Harvey (the Music), the relationship was formed when Mike and Rob’s former bands would cross paths on the touring circuit and solidified when Mike asked Rob to accompany him on the final Streets tour. Mike and Rob soon then put in some studio time and revealed in the freedom to make music for it’s own sake. With no need to conform to a specific style, or satisfy a record label’s scheduling demands, there gradually evolved the sound you hear now in their second album Diary (out 6th May). As well as The D.O.T set the critically acclaimed urban poet laureate and The Streets frontman Mike Skinner returns to the fields for a very special DJ set in the Glow Dance Tent.
The Woodland area returns for it’s second year but this time round it will feature the cream of the regional crop with rising stars from Morecambe The Heartbreaks, Preston’s Techniques, Kendal band The Feud, Lake District starlet Fiona Clayton plus many more of the regions hidden gems to discover.
More acts across all 12 stages are to be announced as well as attractions, the Real Ale Festival, Comedy, spoken word & arts, Ladybird children’s area and much more over the next few months – all for only £115!
Calling Out stage is brought to you in conjunction with Gigwise on Friday 26th and DIY on Saturday 27th.
Friday: Theme Park, The Lightening Seeds Acoustic, The 1975, Nina Nesbitt, Waylayers, Champs
Gigwise is the UK’s No.1 music news website, packed with the latest goings on from the world of music plus interviews, photos, reviews and big exclusive from the world’s biggest artists. gigwise.com
Saturday: British Sea Power, London Grammar, Sons & Lovers, Silhouette, Sweet Baboo, Peter and Kerry, Fiona Clayton, Grammotones, All We Are
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See you in the fields!
Weekend tickets: £115
SPIN LONDON LAUNCHES THIS MAY BANK HOLIDAY!
THE WORLD’S FIRST URBAN FOCUSED BICYCLE SHOW & FESTIVAL
An all-encompassing new groundbreaking grassroots event
May 3rd / 4th / 5th 2013 – Early bird tickets £5 only!
The Old Truman Brewery – Brick Lane – London
FEATURING AT EVENT:
Progressive forward thinking international brands and independent maker exhibitors, emerging cycle fashion brands & creative talent, apparel & accessory retailers, talks, screenings, demonstrations, Cycle-Art Installations, live music, food and more
INTERNATIONAL BRANDS & INDEPENDENT MAKERS EXHIBITING AT SPIN LONDON:
14BIKE CO // ALLY CAPELLINO // ANTHONY ORAM // ATOMIC22 // BICYCLE TAXIDERMY
BIKE PARKER // BLAZE COMPONENTS // CARRADICE CHAPEAU! // COLOURBOLT // DMO FRAMEWORKS
DOUHOU BIKES // DONKY BIKES // DOWNLAND CYCLES // DYNAMO WORKS // FOFFA FRESHTRIPE // FULL WINDSOR // GEORGINA IN DUBLIN // HOBO HACKNEY GT // HOVDING // MICHAUX // MILK BIKES // MILLTAG
NINJACATS // OAK CYCLES // OTTO LONDON // REBECCA J KAYE // RESTRAP // ROADRAGS
RUSBY CYCLES // SADDLE&SPOKE // SAFFRON FRAMEWORKS // SINGULAR CYCLES
‘SUPER TED’ JAMES // SWRVE // THERE CYCLING // TOKYO BIKE // TOKYO FIXED
VELECO // VULPINE // BLIND CHIC
+ many more to be announced..
FIND & FOLLOW:
http://spinldn.com // Twitter: @SpinLDN
SPIN London is the worlds’ first urban focused bicycle consumer show & festival, making it’s debut in East London on the bank holiday weekend of 3rd, 4th, 5th May 2013.
Set in the historic hotbed of consumer cool and street culture at The Old Truman Brewery in East London, SPIN London promises to be the hottest ticket the city and the UK has to offer for cycle enthusiasts, cycle traders & the general public.
LOOKING FOR A NEW BIKE, WANT TO UPDATE PARTS OR ACCESSORIES?
Unlike other mainstream bike trade shows SPIN London sharpens the focus on the urban cycling scene by embracing the most progressive, forward thinking international brands & smaller independent makers in Fixed Gear, Single Speed custom & BMX bikes.
Alongside this hardware are emerging cycle fashion brands, apparel & accessory retailers and creative talent from this exciting urban cycling subculture. This creative cyclic cacophony will congregate to discuss, share ideas and bring their unique products and spirit to the London public.
LISTEN, LOOK, EAT, DRINK; A CYCLE FEAST AWAITS!
London’s best emerging musical talent will be playing music live throughout the show & festival.
Cycle-Art Installations, talks, screenings and satellite events will all run parallel to compliment the show festival experience, essentially creating an ad-hoc, subversive, sub-level village for the discerning urban cyclist.
Full SPIN London schedule to be announced shortly
Get all the latest SPIN London at: http://www.spinldn.com
SPIN LONDON LISTINGS INFORMATION:
WHO: Spin London Festival
WHAT: The world’s first urban focused bicycle event & festival
WHEN: 3rd, 4th, 5th May
WHERE: The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
TICKETS: Early bird £5 only
FIND & FOLLOW:
SPIN LONDON EXHIBITORS ANNOUNCED SO FAR:
14BIKE CO // ALLY CAPELLINO // ANTHONY ORAM // ATOMIC22 // BICYCLE TAXIDERMY // BIKE PARKER // BLAZE COMPONENTS // CARRADICE CHAPEAU! // COLOURBOLT // DMO FRAMEWORKS // DOUHOU BIKES // DONKY BIKES // DOWNLAND CYCLES // DYNAMO WORKS // FOFFA FRESHTRIPE // FULL WINDSOR // GEORGINA IN DUBLIN // HOBO HACKNEY GT // HOVDING // MICHAUX // MILK BIKES // MILLTAG // NINJACATS // OAK CYCLES // OTTO LONDON // REBECCA J KAYE // RESTRAP // ROADRAGS // RUSBY CYCLES // SADDLE&SPOKE // SAFFRON FRAMEWORKS // SINGULAR CYCLES // ‘SUPER TED’ JAMES // SWRVE // THERE CYCLING // TOKYO BIKE // TOKYO FIXED // VELECO // VULPINE
+ many more to be announced..
Full SPIN London schedule to be announced shortly..
Beacons Festival 2013
Skipton, North West England
The art & music boutique festival for the North
After a hugely successful first year, we are extremely excited to return for a second year to the stunning Yorkshire Dales. We are delighted to disclose our first round of acts, which offers a taster of the broader program of talent set to unfold on the fields of Funkirk Estate again this year. From the stalwart reggae legend David Rodigan, to the mercury nominated Django Django and a rare UK festival appearance from Theo Parish, this colourful collection is just the beginning. We’ll also be laying on a diverse roster of arts, food and entertainment for your enjoyment.
First stage of line up acts released:
Confirmed so far:
Bonobo / John Talabot / Oneman / Ghost Poet / Eats Everything
Egyption Hip Hop Chad Valley / Esben & The Witch / Move D / Jaws
Paradise / Anthony Naples / Ofei / Planas / Gabriel Bruce / Jon k / Thumpers
Local Natives / Dutch Uncles / Savages / F**ked Up
Bicep / Ben UFO / Luna C / Machine Drum / Bondax
Childhood / Wolf Alice / Temples / East India Youth / Dauwd
Voyeur / Aartekt / Mr Solid Gold / Park Ranger / Jacques Adda
Django Django / Solange / David Rodigan OBE
Theo Parrish / Andres / Floating Points / Moon Duo
Fatima (live) / Channel One Sound System / Iration Steppas
Hook Worms / Drenge / Prince Fatty
+ Lots more acts to be confirmed
Tents & stages hosted by:
Resident Advisor / The Stool Pigeon / Noisey / FLUX
Trouble Vision / Now Wave / The Iron Wagon / Freakin
Idiosync / Jaunt / Vagabondz / Shapes / 808 / ReWind
In association with:
The Iron Wagon / Now Wave / The Stool Pigeon / Noisey / Eat your own Ears / Deaf Institute / Whitelocks / ILIKEPRESS / Bungalows & Bears / Nation of Shopkeepers / Welcome Skate Store / Movement Magazine / Nation of Shopkeepers / Vice / Absolute Radio / Irie Vibes / Brudenell Social Club
Deposit tickets now available at £25 (1st payment)
Super early bird / £50 – SOLD OUT
Early bird / £64.50 – SOLD OUT
2nd release / £74.50 – SOLD OUT
Normal / £84.50 – On Sale
Final release / £99.50
Day Tickets – Prices vary
More regional ticket outlets to be announced soon.
Reviews from last year
Clash – http://www.clashmusic.com/live-review/beacons-festival-2012
Mixmag – http://www.mixmag.net/words/reviews/beacons-festival
Drowned in Sound – http://drownedinsound.com/in_depth/4145434-beacons-festival–the-dis-review
The Fly – http://www.the-fly.co.uk/reviews/live/1015176/beacons-festival/
The Stool Pigeon – http://www.thestoolpigeon.co.uk/features/beacons-festival-funkirk-estate-yorkshire.html
The Line of Best Fit – http://www.thelineofbestfit.com/features/diaries/beacons-festival-2012-2-102973
Virtual Festival – http://www.virtualfestivals.com/latest/news/13285/
Soundcrash and New Bohemia present something special…
SOUNDWAVE CROATIA – The Garden Tisno, 18th-22nd July 2013
“One of Europe’s biggest parties” – Dazed
“Perhaps the summer’s most beautiful site” – Time Out
“All the quirks of a Bestival but in a far more beautiful, and sunny setting” – The Guardian
“Soundwave Croatia is the stuff of which holidays used to be made, amazing memories that will remain forever framed in that cavernous, green arena by the sea…” – The Independent
“Nestled into the coastline of Croatia, Soundwave is rapidly emerging as one of the finest boutique festivals that Europe has to offer” – Clash
In previous years we’ve been lucky enough to have artists such as De La Soul, Little Dragon, The Cinematic Orchestra, Roots Manuva, Bonobo, Gentlemans Dub Club and a whole heap of others create what was for many not only the perfect festival but also the holiday of lifetime.
The Garden, Tisno
In 2012, Soundwave Croatia relocated to the festival grounds located at The Garden, Tisno. This incredibly beautiful site is located just a short walk around the bay from the small Dalmatian town of Tisno. Tisno straddles the Croatian mainland and the Island of Murter, linked by a 20m bridge. Located 45km south of Zadar airport and 65km north of Split airport, Tisno is ideally situated for those of you flying in. The charming town is picture perfect with a host of restaurants, cafes, apartments and small boutique hotels. Within the festival site itself and built up on the hills overlooking the bay is a small onsite apartment village and luxury boutique camping for those who want to be as close to the action as possible whilst a short walk around the bay there is an abundance of beds in the stunning setting of Tisno.
The festival site is on a beautiful strip of coastline where the Dalmatian Coast meets the Adriatic Sea. The main stage arena is a little bigger in capacity than previously and is now set in a tree lined area of parkland in the centre of the site just moments from the seafront.
The Beach Stage for dancing in the glistening Adriatic listening to your favourite DJs play through a crystal clear Funktion 1 system.
Barbarella’s open-air Discotheque has room for everyone to dance in the warm moonlit night to their favourite DJs until the early hours.
The Garden Tisno has its very own dock so those embarking on the twice daily boat parties can walk from Main Stage to boat in seconds and with the Kornati islands only a short distance away expect stunning scenery and sunsets on your voyages.
You can come and stay for a week or just a long weekend, although there are five days of music programmed and the bulk of it happens across the weekend so if you can’t get away from the office for longer than that you won’t be missing out on too much fun. The surrounding area is equally beautiful and there is loads to do such as island hopping, exploring the national parks and nearby mountains, enjoying the culinary delights of the local farming and fishing villages, relaxing on any of the various beaches or maybe you’ll just wave the flag for brits abroad and get sun-burnt, obnoxiously drunk and locked up (Joke – please dont wave that flag). For more info please visit the local tourist board – http://www.croatia.hr
MEADOWS IN THE MOUNTAINS FESTIVAL
RHODOPIAN MOUNTAINS – BULGARIA
DATE: 7th, 8th, 9th June
2013 ARTISTS INCLUDE:
Wbeeza / Nick Monaco / Baby Prince / San Proper / Mt.Wolf / Moomin / Northern Purpose / Demob Happy / Jane Fitz / The Common Tongues / Just Jack (DJ’s) / Sebastian Voight / The Colour Movement / The Priory / Bruno Schmidt / Dead Echo / Mirko Hecktor / QVC / Carlos Valdes / Tom Gillerion and many more
+ more headliners and arts line up to be announced to shortly
TICKETS: 3 day ticket £95
A new european festival star rises over the mountains in the skies of Bulgaria this Summer, judging from last year’s success Meadows In The Mountains is set to become Europe’s most intimate and in demand festival this June.
Meadows In The Mountains is like no other festival in the world. Nestled in the stunning heart of the Rhodopian Mountains near Bulgaria’s Greek border, set in an otherworldly and jaw-dropping setting that is unmatched anywhere on the planet.
A truly encompassing and unique music and arts festival which brings to life the possibility of real adventure embraced by guaranteed Sun and friendly faces fused with a thoughtful, inspired and explorative music and arts line up, the festival burns brightly all day and all night against the magical back drop of the intimately beautiful mountain top scenery that makes this festival so very special.
KANEGRA – CROATIA
DATES: 6 – 9 June
2013 ARTISTS INCLUDE:
Petre Inspirescu / Nick Höpper / Delano Smith / Fred P aka Black Jazz Consortium / Christopher Rau / Anthea / BLM / Ian F / Aneuria / Evano / DoubtingThomas (Live) / Rico Casazza (Live) / Space Dimension Controller (Live) / xxxy / Locked Groove / South London Ordnance / October / Youandewan / Outboxx / Citizen / Braiden / Djrum / James Fox / Donga / Lakosa / Hodge / dBridge / Marcus Intalex / Synkro / Lenzman / Kasra / Xtrah / Stray / Versa / SP:MC + more headliner announcements shortly
TICKETS: 4 day ticket £65
Echo Festival unveils a brand new 2013 festival location setting in Kanegra, just 45 mins from the airports of Pula and Trieste, and 1.30h from Ljubljana. With a luxurious but intimate community setting Echo Festival is unique. Echo made a distinctive mark last year with a broad selection of underground electronic artists and it looks set to smash it again throughout the 2013 Croatian festival season.
ANTAYLA – TURKISH RIVIERA
DATE: 2 – 9 June
2013 ARTISTS INCLUDE:
Jamie Lidell / Gilles Peterson / Norman Jay M.B.E / Koreless / Mad Professor / Kirk Degiorgio / Stuart Patterson / AtJazz / Sinbad / LeFto / Rainer Trueby / Tim Keenooy / Ahu / Kaan Duarat / Simbad / The Mighty Zaf
TICKETS: packages start from £320pp
Turkey’s ‘Biggest Little Festival’ SunSplash Antalya returns for it’s fifth Sun soaked outing this June, bringing back it’s infectiously friendly vibes to the heart of the dazzling Turkish Riviera for another blissful week of guaranteed Sun, Sea, and legendary music to it’s beautiful five star blue flag beachfront HQ. SunSplash is has an intimate and exclusive ethos, which guarantees a friendly atmosphere, along with a top-notch programme for music lovers, at SunSplash Antalya, everyone gets a VIP experience, sensational accommodation, beautiful Antalya sunshine and unrivalled hospitality!
GDYNIA – POLAND
DATES: 3 – 6 July
2013 ARTISTS INCLUDE:
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds / Kendrick Lamar / Blur / Arctic Monkeys / Kings Of Leon / Skunk Anansie / Queens Of The Stone Age / Rihanna / Animal Collective / Tame Impala / Alt-J / Modest Mouse / Disclosure / Editors / Maria Peszek / Hey
+ full arts & fashion line up to be announced shortly
TICKETS: 4 day ticket £93
Open’er is the biggest festival in Poland and one of the best festivals in Europe. Combining fantastic acts, art, fashion and theatre, the festival has a burgeoning reputation as the best value money event on the continent.
TNGHT (Hudson Mohawke x Lunice), Rustie, Omar S, Joy Orbison, Jackmaster, Just Blaze, David Ram Jam Rodigan MBE, Ruff Sqwad, J-Rocc, Robert Hood, Blawan, Ben UFO, Levon Vincent, DJ EZ, Oneman, Loefah, Floating Points, Optimo, Leroy Burgess (Live PA), Redinho, Benji B, Legowelt, L.I.E.S. with Ron Morelli & Steve Summers, Space Dimension Controller, Mr. Saturday Night, Deadboy, Move D, Maurice Fulton, John Talabot, Spencer, Artwork, Krystal Klear, Kowton, Koreless, Sophie, Norwood Soul Patrol, EDMX’s ‘Fresh Up’ Boogie Selection, Aba Shanti-I, Awesome Tapes From Africa, Kool Clap, All Caps, Bleep, Rubadub, The Trilogy Tapes, Dollop, Livin’ Proof, Public Information, Jon Rust, Vitamins, Shandy (Crazylegs), The Kelly Twins, P.O.L.Style, Jon Phonics, Butter Side Up, Tom Grainger, Good Block, Jasper James, MermaidS, 808
* A new weekender forged from an old friendship between Numbers and Dedbeat.
* Pleasure Principle is set by the beautiful Cornwall coast and brings together some of our favourite artists.
* The music we love will be selected and programmed for your pleasure over three days and nights. Music aside, we will be scheduling other wonderment for you and your friends to get involved with.
Cornwall: 26-28 April, 2013
* Trevelgue Holiday Park is located within walking distance of the beach, in a sprawling green valley near Newquay, Cornwall.
* Trevelgue Holiday Park
* Accommodation is provided by on-site static caravans and camping, whilst there is a wealth of local B&B’s, hotels, spas and rental cottages in close proximity.
* On-site bars, amusement arcade, mini-market, take-away & diner. Surf shop & bike hire available.
* Numbers emerged from small basement parties in Glasgow and continues to be a recognised force in electronic music and beyond. Pleasure Principle coincides with their 10th anniversary.
* Dedbeat festival ran from 2001-2004 at a coastal UK holiday park, playing host to heroes from Aphex Twin to Madlib. At the time there was nothing around really like it.
* The intention for Dedbeat was always to return in a new form, but with the same music standards. For Numbers this is another stage in their evolution. Since both crews met through Dedbeat’s festivals over a decade ago, the new association for Pleasure Principle has genuine meaning.
Includes entry to the weekender. These come in groups of 2, 3, 4,
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August 1-4 2013 || The Garden, Tisno, Croatia
Innervisions: Âme & Dixon / Steve Bug / Lindstrøm / John Talabot / Radio Slave / T.Williams / Sebo K / Prins Thomas / Will Saul / Midland / Mano Le Tough / Session Victim / San Soda / Appleblim / Braiden / Harri & Domenic
A&A / Ali Tillett/ Brighton / Danza Macabra / Dolan Bergin / Examine / Jan Kincl Zero / Kito / Jempere / Kiwi / Labud / Luka K / Madera Verde / Mimi / Moa Pillar / Mr Solid Gold / Nicole / Pardon My French / Park Ranger / Rob Summerhayes / Your Name
TROUBLE VISION / WARM / ELECTRIC MINDS / AUS / SUB CLUB / ORLANDO BOOM / LOVE FEVER / CRACK / FACT / CROATIA CALLING / ANOMALOUS VISUALS / PLUSPLUSPLUS / DANZA MACABRA
Stop Making Sense announces the final roll-call of acts for 2013, with the addition of Sebo K and Session Victim – as well as two new crews – ensuring this lineup is the biggest yet! Bringing some of the most sought-after acts to the beautiful Tisno coast, with the likes of Steve Bug, T.Williams, Midland and Âme & Dixon, SMS is a celebration of electronic music, a sun-drenched holiday and a thrilling mini-break all rolled into one.
Danza Macabra from Slovenia and Pluspluslus from Russia join the SMS family; hosting an evening on the Wood stage, they introduce Sebo K to the mix. Trouble Vision finally flips the lid on their boat party guest, presenting heavyweight Session Victim, while John Talabot holds his own on land. CRACK Magazine welcome Radio Slave to the fold, FACT flex with Steve Bug, T.Williams and Braiden and Lindstrøm is in attendance with Orlando Boom, alongside Kiwi.
electric minds host Mano Le Tough, while the AUS collective is represented by Will Saul, Midland and Appleblim. Warm presents Innervisions’ Âme & Dixon, Sub Club brings Prins Thomas, and San Soda is brought along by Love Fever. Zagreb club collective Croatia Calling is a collaboration between some of the Croatian capital’s top club crews. They take over proceedings on Thursday, with the freshest homegrown music talent. Stop Making Sense is one of Croatia’s most discerning and respected partes.
A music event without pretension, full of warmth and a strong sense of community, Stop Making Sense is all about the sunshine, the people, the music, the escape.
The music runs from 12 noon until 1am at the main site with its private beach, water-side dancefloor, boat parties, wine and cocktail bars and food stalls. ￼￼￼
This year the Stop making Sense boat parties are bigger than ever, grab your ticket now.
With two trips per day, tickets for these four-hour sunshine sojourns are £15 per session and will sell out in advance.
Full lineups as follows:
Day: Croatia Calling presents Brighton, Jan Kinčl Zero, Labud, Luka K | Your Name – special £10 boat party!
Night: FACT presents T.Williams, Braiden
Day: Trouble Vision presents Session Victim Night: Love Fever presents San Soda
Day: AUS presents Will Saul, Midland, Appleblim Night: Orlando Boom presents Lindstrøm, Kiwi
Day: CRACK Magazine presents Radio Slave Night: Warm presents Âme & Dixon
From 12am to 6am Stop Making Sense goes late-night at Barbarella’s, a truly stunning state-of-the-art beach-side open-air club. An essential part of the Stop Making Sense experience, it rivals anything Ibiza has to offer, with lineups coming from the SMS crews. Thursday belongs to Love Fever, Session Victim and San Soda. Friday brings FACT with Steve Bug, T.Williams and Braiden. Saturday is Orlando Boom’s chance to shine, with Lindstrøm and Kiwi. And on Sunday it goes off with Warm closing with Âme & Dixon.
Getting to this sunshine escape in Croatia is easier than ever with many low-cost airlines flying in to the nearby towns of Zadar and Split from all over Europe (with a 50-minute transfer – SMS provides coach transfers priced at £15 to and from the airport). On-site accommodation ranges from fully loaded apartments to Raj style tents and PODPADS to gives you the freedom to relax just two minutes from the party. If you choose to stay offsite, the local town of Tisno and the island of Murter boasts a wide range of apartments and hotels, amazing restaurants + beautiful secluded bays and beaches to explore before and aOer the party.
Advance Ticket to Stop Making Sense is £120 – and there’s no booking fee when purchasing from their online store (includes all Barbarella Discotheque after parties)
Group discount: Buy FIVE tickets and get ONE extra ticket FREE (details on website)
Boat parties £10-£15 (two daily four-hour jaunts around deserted islands – on sale NOW)
All tickets available: Stopmakingsense / wegottickets.com / ticketweb
A special limited combined accommodation and festival pass ticket gives seven nights with on-site apartment and festival ticket included for as liXle £300 per person*!
Check it here. *when 3 travel together.