Exit Festival will celebrate it's 20th anniversary with the special EXIT 2.0 edition at the Petrovaradin Fortress from 8-11 July along with David Guetta, Tyga, DJ SNAKE, Eric Prydz b2b Four Tet, Nina Kraviz and many others. On more than 40 stages and zones hidden between the walls of Petrovaradin Fortress EXIT Festival brings performances by top music acts and a variety of genres. Moreover, several selected EXIT acts from the previous two decades, whose performances have earned them a firm place in the festival’s history will also make a stop at the Fortress.
EXIT is a multiple award-winning music festival, founded in 2000, and since the beginning it has represented a place of musical pilgrimage for visitors from over 90 countries from all corners the world. The festival, which frequently tops lists of the best European and international music events, will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2021 under the symbolical slogan EXIT 2.0. The festival was founded in 2000 in the University Park as a student movement, fighting for democracy and freedom in Serbia and the Balkans. After the Yugoslavian general election in 2000, EXIT moved to the Petrovaradin Fortress in 2001. During its 20 year old history, EXIT has hosted internationally acclaimed music stars such as Pet Shop Boys, Billy Idol, The Cure, The Killers, Guns N’ Roses, Franz Ferdinand, Motörhead, Iggy Pop, David Guetta, Massive Attack, Liam Gallagher, Grace Jones, Fatboy Slim, Cypress Hill, Beastie Boys, Snoop Dogg, Wu-Tang Clan, The Prodigy, Migos, Sex Pistols, Kraftwerk, Korn, Moby, Arctic Monkeys, Chemical Brothers, Faith No More, LCD Soundsystem, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Pulp, Jamiroquai, M.I.A., Slayer, Ellie Goulding, Hardwell, Carl Cox, Avicii, Nina Kraviz and many others.
Bosnia and Herzegovina