Hideout Festival 2017: Major Lazer, Diplo and Jamie Jones are coming

The popular electronic music festival Hideout will take place in the popular summer resort of Zrče on Pag this year for the seventh consecutive year. Hideout Festival 2017 brings five days of unforgettable entertainment accompanied by the best world and local musicians. Warm sun, sandy beach, cold cocktails and wild electronic rhythms: this is a combination that should not be missed. Hideout Festival 2017 will take place from 26 to 30 June 2017. Tickets are now on sale.

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Zrče, Pag, Croatia
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Entrance fee
festival ticket: €140.00

Hideout Festival 2017 will visit the sandy one again this year the beach in Zrče on the island of Pag, namely from 26 to 30 June 2017. One of the most popular Croatian destinations will be transformed into a venue for five days unforgettable parties. Hideout Festival is one of the of the biggest European summer festivals, each offering a colorful array of different subgenres electronic music. More than 10,000 young people from all over the world visit the festival every year.

Hideout festival is one of the biggest festivals in Europe
Hideout is one of the biggest festivals in Europe.

In addition to the concerts, many other things take place at the festival: they are, above all, unforgettable parties on ships and pool parties, where there is no shortage of good company and refreshments. Among others, Hideout Festival 2017 will be hosted on its stages this year Major Lazer Soundsystem, Diplo, Jamie Jones, MK, The Martinez Brothers, Hannah Wants and many others. You can read more about the festival at this link. There are tickets already available.

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