Welcome to EXIT ADVENTURE July 10-17th 2014!
EXIT July 10-13, Petrovaradin Fortress /// Novi Sad, Serbia
SEA DANCE FESTIVAL July 15-17, Jaz /// Budva, Montenegro
One Adventure, Two Countries, Seven Days = EXIT Adventure
If you really love EXIT festival and four days are just not enough, do we have a surprise for you! Honoring the 15th edition of EXIT festival, we introduce you a ride to seven-day EXIT ADVENTURE in two different countries! EXIT FESTIVAL will take place in Novi Sad July 10-13, but there’s a twist! A big three-day SEA DANCE FESTIVAL is waiting for you as soon as EXIT finishes! SEA DANCE FESTIVAL will take place in Montenegro, at one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic Sea, Jaz, July 15-17.
Sales start on December 12, 2013 at noon.
Only during this promo action, tickets will be available for a price discounted up to 60%.
And that is not all! All of you who purchase this ticket package until January 15 will get three-day SEA DANCE FESTIVAL ticket for free, as well as free camping in Novi Sad.
More information on tickets can be found at Exitfest.org/en/tickets.
All tourist information, including accommodation and transport to and from Novi Sad as well as to and from Budva, can be found at our website Exittrip.org.
For all other important and interesting questions and answers, please write at email@example.com.
What the artists say:
Annie Mac (Radio 1): “Exit was unforgettable, the setting was spectacular, the line up was massive, (I will never forget that dance stage sound system as long as I live!) and the people were completely inspiring. It’s a truly special festival.”
David Guetta “The Exit festival was really magical! The place was unbelievable – a rave up a mountain. The energy of the people was fantastic – the crowd were so enthusiastic.”
Diplo “Massive vibes, festival was amazing”
John Taylor, Duran Duran “To headline here in the Balkans, their own Glastonbury Festival, their Coachella, was a real trip. The audience was fantastic, kids travelling in from all across the region, gave us a great welcome which made for a career high!”
Ed Lay, Editors “We went up to the festival as punters the day before our show and felt it was the most fantastic place to watch live music. When we finally played the following night, the crowd, the view and the atmosphere were even more perfect. Exit is a special place.”
Feed Me Probably the most unique festival on the continent and a great crowd, my only regret is that I couldn’t stay for the whole thing.” Feed Me
Alex Kapranos, Franz Ferdinand ‘Exit was more than we could have expected it to be. The audience were exceptional and the setting was breathtaking. I hope they have us back sometime.’
Gregor Tresher. “EXIT absolutely lived up to the high expectations – magical venue, great crowd, spectacular lineup and wonderful staff! Can’t wait to do it again!”
Adrian Utley, Portishead ‘It was good to be part of such a politically important non corporate festival that has much good music and intentions in a really beautiful place’
Liam Howlett, The Prodigy “One of the best festivals in the world. For real”
Mike Skinner , The Streets ‘I’m so glad I’ve seen the Exit Festival. It is not just a festival, it is a truly unique all night celebration. The crowd were great fun.’
Karl Hyde, Underworld “Exit was in a extraordinary setting with so much diversity in one place and it reminded me of how festivals’ used to be in the 90’s. The history of the festival made it even more significant to be part of the event and the enthusiasm and energy with which we were greeted, was a humbling and emotional experience.”
About EXIT – More than Music…
As well as music, EXIT never forgets its beginnings and aims to evolutionize the revolution it started more than one decade ago with several key topics to improve the initiative, engagement and further development of young people. EXIT is the only music festival to be created as an effect of youth activism and aims to continue to mobilize public opinion and thought leaders in the field of youth development on a regional and global level.
On the opening day of the festival and the birthday of Nikola Tesla, one of the greatest scientists and inventors of all time, an initiative for Serbia’s (re)branding took place with EXIT taking a leading role in promoting positive changes and the image of Serbia and the Balkan region to the world and boost its development in the fields of tourism and economy.
An agreement with the cooperation of the University of Novi Sad and EXIT was signed, with a goal to promote the importance of culture, science and education among the youth and society in general. A special tribute was paid to one of the biggest scientists and inventors of all time, the brilliant Nikola Tesla, whose name was featured on the name of the festival’s main stage, as well as the Tesla Corner, named after the famous Tesla Corner in New York City, where the visitors had the opportunity to interact with various experiments.
Through a series of public discussions, media articles, workshops, lectures by successful startups, Exit is encouraging young people to take destiny in their own hand and start their on start up business. Several workshops took place on festivals were mentors were giving free lecturing about various topics, including how to create/produce electronic music.
The leading European eco-conference Go Group in cooperation with the European Festival Association was also held, alongside a large number of socially responsible actions that were created during the festival, and whose results will come to life during the next edition of the festival.
Other projects EXIT is involved with are promoting positive role models for young people in the region and highlight all those young, talented, creative people who work hard everyday to make positive change in their own life and their community. Exit donated hundreds of free tickets to the best students, youth activists, young artists and young humanitarian workers.
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.