Cheap tickets for Exit festival in Serbia on sale

Cheap tickets for Exit festival in Serbia on sale

Cheap tickets for Exit festival in Serbia on sale Izvor: Promo

The international award-winning Exit music festival said on Tuesday it started selling cheaper tickets for this year’s event in Serbia’s northern city of Novi Sad.

  The festival organisers has also started its most popular action called “4+1” which means that if four friends buy tickets, the fifth is gratis.

Exit 2018 starts on July 12 and ends in July 15. It is held at the Petrovaradin Fortress. The tickets for are now sold at a promotional price of nearly 60 Euros, or 55 percent bellow its regular cost, and are available online at exitfest.org/sr and at the Gigs Tix box offices.

Exit was honoured as the 'Best Major European festival' at the EU Festival Awards, considered one of the most prestigious festival awards in the world.

Its Sea Dance festival won the "Best Mid-Sized European festival" Award in 2015.

This summer, Exit will host some of the most popular world’s stars as : Grace Jones, Migos, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Ziggy Marley, Fever Ray, LP, Alice Merton, Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer b2b Ida Engberg, Sevdaliza, Maceo Plex, Solomun, Madball, Amelie Lens, Ben Klock, Dog Eat Dog, Slaves, Jax Jones, Ofenbach, Idles, Mahmut Orhan, Carl Craig, Tale of Us, Burak Yeter, Brujeria, Ofenbach, Slapshot, Asphyx, Bombers and many others.  

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