Croatia's best music festivals

Croatia is fast-becoming Europe’s summer music festival hub. Here’s our pick of 2014's best... there's something for (nearly) everyone.

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Stop Making Sense Festival 2014

Thu Jul 31 - Sun Aug 3
The Garden Tisno, Petrica Glava 34
Look out for: Anja Schneider, Gerd Janson, Tiger & Woods, Optimo & Kiwi
Stop Making Sense is the perfect mid-summer festival break at The Garden Tisno, the festival location that's too good to be left alone! If you couldn't make it to previous... SEE MORE
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Sonus Festival 2014

Mon Aug 18 - Fri Aug 22
Zrce Beach
Look out for: Chris Liebing, Dixon, Loco Dice, Luciano & Marco Carola
Last year saw over 6,000 excited partygoers attend Sonus’s debut at the beach playground Zrce, Croatia: it didn’t disappoint. Taking place between two renowned clubs, Papaya... SEE MORE
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Dimensions Festival 2014

Wed Aug 27 - Sun Aug 31
Fort Punta Christo
Look out for: Fat Freddy’s Drop, Andrew Ashong, Warpaint, Caribou, Gentlemen’s Dub Club
Having made a strong mark on the Croatian festival scene in its previous two years, Dimensions is set to begin its third with a pre-festival concert in Pula’s amphitheatre that... SEE MORE
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Outlook Festival 2014

Wed Sep 3 - Sun Sep 7
Fort Punta Christo
Look out for: Ms. Lauryn Hill, Busta Rhymes, Barrington Levy, Kaytranada & Iration Steppas
Returning this September following a hugely successful 2013, Outlook is the premier Croatian celebration of dub, reggae, hip-hop, drum 'n' bass, garage, house and more, all based... SEE MORE
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Unknown Festival 2014

Mon Sep 8 - Fri Sep 12
Camp Amarin, Monsena 2
Look out for: Ame, DJ Harvey, Chvrches, Wild Beasts & Dixon
After last year's sell-out debut, Unknown returns to celebrate the last days of summer. This feels a very British affair and they make up the vast majority of guests; hopelessly... SEE MORE