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EXIT `05

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I have 2 remind you about the EXIT festival which is everyyear tradition in Eastern Europe....

some of the line-up is....


Dave Clarke

2 Many DJs

Felix Da Housecat

Joris Voorn (Live)

Glimmer Twins

Filthy Dukes


Carl Cox & Friends

Michel De Hey

Valentino Kanzyani

Marco Nastic

DJ Preach

Vladimir Acic



Infusion (Live)

Evil9 (Live)

Lee Burridge

Dee Face

More TBC


Danny Howells

Sandy Rivera

Tom Stephan aka Superchumbo

Mutiny (PA)

More TBC

Gillers Peterson

Main Stage:



Freq Nasty Video Experience


More TBC




Fatboy Slim


DJ Marky & Patife

More TBC



Explosive stage:

Napalm Death (cetvrtak)

Sick of It All

Deep in the depth of the former Yugoslavia, where once war crimes, NATO bombs and food rations were rife, there were more than a generation of young people who had little hope that perhaps one day, life would be better.

That was in the year 1999, and back then, little did they know that five years later the same generation would be proudly standing in the same place with sheer delight and total euphoria.

Set within the walls of the ancient Petrovaradin Fortess, this magical venue has the acoustics to match any great concert hall. Twenty- one stages that range from the Main DJ Arena to Reggae to Latino to Balkan Fusion to a Café del Mar style beach bar!

Born from a student reaction against the Milosovic regime in 1999, today over 250,000 people pass through the walls over the four day festival to immerse themselves with something for all the senses.

There’s the music – Massive Attack, Cypress Hill, Iggy Pop to Roger Sanchez, Timo Maas and Steve Lawler.

The theatre, the art, films and not forgetting the important workshops that educate the youth with positive and forward thinking. One can feel the thick creativity that hangs gracefully in the air.

It’s more than special event; not simply due to the energy from both the artists and the public alike but also from all who give up their time to volunteer to the cause and the important theme of the year which is to stop human trafficking. Young people standing up for what they believe in and doing so in a creative and positive way – it’s something to learn a lesson from.

So when the likes of X-Press 2, Timo Maas, Way Out West and Massive Attack all are in awe at the unique surroundings and the 20,000 plus sea of faces before them, it is perhaps the most apt moment when Adam Freeland belts out the infamous Beastie Boys’ ‘You gotta fight for your right . . . . to PARTY’, that we all smile inwardly. Never has a record echoed so true. Long may the State of Exit reign!


its not about comercials & ads & media

it`s about music & energy....

people of Eastern Europe specially in Serbia, are very very open-minded and partyfull, and always like 2 meet other people from many other places...

specially becouse of too many years of isolation & low-budget for traveling ;D

hope 2 c u

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Guest Superfly

i totaly forgot ....

best thing about Serbia is thet it is very cheap....

u can spend all day whit 20 euros on EXIT

food, drugs, drinks, accomodation, transport....etc.

it`s very cheap....

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