WIN: A PAIR of tickets to EXIT FESTIVAL
aaamusic | On 29, May 2013
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LINE UP SO FAR:
Atoms For Peace, Bloc Party, David Guetta, Fatboy Slim, Snoop Dogg, The Prodigy
Chase & Status DJ set & Rage, Diplo, DJ Fresh live, Dubfire, Eric Prydz, Jeff Mills,
Pan-Pot, Rudimental live, SBTRKT (DJ Set), Seth Troxler, Steve Angello
Ana Popovic, Apollonia, Bad Copy, Broke’n’£Nglish, Brookes Brothers, Camo & Krooked (DJ Set) & Dynamite MC, Delilah, Deniz Kurtel, Dismantle & LX One, Dixon & Âme, Dubioza Kolektiv, Dub Phizix & Strategy, Eyesburn, Feed Me (DJ Set), Friction & Linguistics, Gregor Tresher live, Inspector Dubplate, Kate Boy live, Mark Knight, Matador live, Mathew Jonson live, Prong, Rambo Amadeus, Redlight, Scuba live, SKisM, South Central, Subb An & Adam Shelton, The Prototypes, Tom Staar,
Van Gogh, Wilkinson & VisionObi + Many more still to be announced
TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATION:
Getting to EXIT is easy! The nearest airport is Belgrade, with direct flights from the UK with JAT and Wizz Air plus many indirect options with European carriers via major cities in Europe. Belgrade is only one hour from Novi Sad and you easily can take a taxi or shuttle bus.
EXIT Trip is the Official Travel and accommodation service for the EXIT Festival with the lowest pricesguaranteed! Offering direct flights, accommodation
By all in one package and save 30%: The best travel deal that meets your budget and travel needs: 5 days EXIT festival ticket + accommodation + return airport transfers + Novi Sad city pass from only £115 (138€). Book now before price increases!
EXIT Trip also provides affordable airport transfers from all the biggest surrounding airports (Budapest, Zagreb, Belgrade) which can be reached by many low-cost airlines from many European and UK airports(London, Manchester etc) starting at £99 for a return flight.
Make a package of your own to best suit your needs!
EXIT FESTIVAL IS A NON PROFIT ORGANISATION:
Started by 3 students in 2000 as a protest against the Milosevic regime, fighting for political change and freedom, today the festival is still an NGO (Non Governmental Organization). One that promotes change and positive education, supporting many community and humanitarian missions, while throwing a damn good party.
EXIT strives to bring the best talent possible – with the challenges that being a non-profit brings – while playing a vital role in bringing together the new nations of war-torn former Yugoslavia. It is the social importance of the Festival that makes it unique and globally recognized.
EXIT 2013 will feature another strong social campaign that will focus on human rights and global freedoms, with a series of films, art exhibitions, lectures and debates being organised with prominent names from around the world.
Music is a universal language that connects and brings people together to make the world a better place.
EXIT. Where hedonism meets activism