The 15+ Best Festivals in Croatia [2020]
By / April 6, 2019

Over the last half-decade, Croatia has turned into one of the hottest festival spots on the planet. The gorgeous Adriatic and Dalmatian coastline, scattered with hundreds of islands to explore, means plenty of incredible venues to spend a weekend — or even a full week. Electronic music in all of its various genres reigns supreme on the festival scene here, and Croatia is now a mecca for the rain weary festies of Europe. There’s a festival nearly every weekend during the summer, which means a Croatian adventure is accessible now more than ever. Check out our full Croatian music festival calendar right here.

Sea Star Festival 2020

Cancelled

Umag, Croatia


From the people behind the legendary EXIT festival in Serbia, comes their latest Balkan adventure. This festival moves the action to the Croatian seaside for a weekend of electronic music at the incredible Stella Maris laguna in Umag.



Spring Break Island 2020

Cancelled

Pag Island, Croatia


The madness of Croatia's Spring Break Island features two long weekends with 5000+ festies heading to Zrce Beach. Boat parties. Night parties. After beach parties. Glow in the dark parties. Are you sensing a theme yet?


Photo Credit: Aleksandar Domitrica


SunceBeat 2020

Cancelled

Tisno, Croatia


What if you could combine your Croatian beach vacation with a boutique electronic festival? Suncebeat solves this dilemma with a full week of quality underground house, disco, techno, soul, R&B and funk. It all takes place at the legendary Garden of Tisno, a resort that lives for music festivals.



Dimensions 2020

Cancelled

Tisno, Croatia


As the sun sets on summer, underground electronic fans flock to Tisno for the last major music fest of the Croatian summer scene. A spin-off of the hugely popular Outlook Festival, diehards can stack these two festival weekends together for one mega-run of electronic goodness.



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