Music Festivals In Croatia
Hvar & Dubrovnik
Parties take place all along Croatia’s Dalmatian coast during the summer. Well established brands like The Yacht Week and Ultra Festival have been combing sailing with festivals for over a decade. Initially starting from Dubrovnik and ending in Hvar, both brands are now global.
The Garden Tisno
The Garden Tisno venue feels like the beginning of Ibiza’s early rave scene. Mixing open-air stages, beaches and boat parties all create a vibe perfectly suited for a memorable summertime holiday. SuncéBeat, Dekmantel Selectors, Love International, Hospitality On The Beach and the newly relocated Dimensions are all residents here.
Zrce beach in the North of the country is garnering a reputation as the party town of Croatia. Events like Outlook and Hideout, combining daytime boat parties on the Adriatic and club nights at Papaya, Kalypso, and Noa. Typically at the cutting edge of underground electronic music.
Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast consists of an archipelago of more than 1000 islands with crystal clear water joined by cloudless blue skies. Many of its cities are steeped in history and retain their medieval charm.
Its’ limestone caste scattered coastline, pristine lakes, and the melting pot of architecture are just some of the attractions Croatia offers. Croatia’s watercolour has become synonymous with its’ tourism appeal.
Travellers of all types can holiday in Croatia, regardless of the size of their budgets. One can easily get involved in touring filming locations for Game of Thrones, partying on a boat, or even finding your zen amongst natural wonders.
Making a strong comeback thanks to the likes of SuncéBeat and Love International. Expect to hear plenty of uplifting soulful beats as you dance under night skies until the sunrise.
Much like the summer vibe of the Balearics tech house has become the staple at Zrcé Beach. Regular genre heavyweights like Seth Troxler, The Martinez Brothers and Jamie Jones are all commonplace.
The national language is Croatian. However, English is spoken widely, so ordering at bars & restaurants is easy.
The Croatian Kuna is the official currency. The Euro will not be accepted when you need to pay in cash. However most places have card facilities that you’ll be able to use.
Croatia is GMT+2