Britpop icons Suede join EXIT Adventure for the 15th Edition to headline the Main Stage at Exit Festival alongside the already announced Daman Albarn, Gloria Gaynor, Rudimental Live, Skrillex and Stromae. Plus first acts for the Explosive Stage are revealed and three exciting pre parties in collaboration with UKF.
EXIT also won the most prestigious festival award this year, 'Best European Festival', with the help of more than 620 000 votes from all over the world, in a category pitted against 360 festivals from 34 countries.
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SUEDE TO PLAY IN SERBIA FOR THE FIRST TIME
Eccentric icons of new glam rock and heroes of the 90s pop scene, SUEDE, with the charismatic Brett Anderson at their front, are coming to Serbia for the first time as headliners of EXIT's Main Stage on Sunday, 13th July.Mercury Music Prize winners and authors of epic hits 'Beautiful Ones', 'Trash', 'Animal Nitrate','The Wild Ones', will play their greatest hits, as well as songs from their latest, sixth album "Bloodsports." Q magazine named it one of the best albums of 2013. The final day of the festival will be the perfect time for Anderson's fans to reminisce why they had huge crushes for him and sway gently to the rhythm of the electrically charged songs of these British seducers.
EXPLOSIVE STAGE RETURNS WITH A BIG BANG!
Brace yourselves for an extreme sound at Petrovaradin fortress because EXIT's most fire-starter stage is coming back with a bang! The four days of Explosive will host more than 36 bands from 14 countries, from guerrilla underground to worldwide renown mainstream names. The energy levels of EXIT adventure are so high that last year's Riffs&Beats stage exploded, massively expanding into an even more vehement program at Explosive stage. The stage that's coming back hammer and tongs will fuel all fans of metal, punk, rock, and hardcore with bands like SABATON, MADBALL, 7 SECONDS, ARKONA, DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR, HELLER, HOBBS ANGEL OF DEATH, JAMBINAI and many others!
3 NIGHTS. 3 PARTIES. 3 SECRET LINE-UPS. 3 MASSIVE REASONS TO GET HYPED FOR EXIT!
Since making a firm party pact last year, EXIT and UKF's X-Bass night schedule takeovers are swiftly becoming the stuff of festival legend. With revelations of this year's line-up still rumbling along all the right channels, this year the relationship is set to go next level.
Each night between July 10-13 UKF and EXIT will be home to THE biggest names in all genres of dance music: Rudimental, Adventure Club, Andy C, Gorgon City, TC, Sub Focus, Pretty Lights, Fred V & Grafix, My Nu Leng, Koven, Dub FX, Dimension, Shadow Child and Jaguar Skills are all signed, sealed and ready to deliver throughout each night at the event.
To get into the party spirit, UKF, EXIT and surprise members of this white-hot line-up will be colliding one week before the event to host three very special launch events in three of the UK's most discerning party cities between July 2-4: London, Bristol and Brighton. No line-up announcements, just three unique events where anything can - and will - happen.
London's Corsica Studios, Bristol Exchange and Audio Brighton: Each venue handpicked for its intimate, instant-shindig atmosphere, these events will be three one-off parties with some serious huge talent guesting the controls. And they'll cost no more than £10.
Whether you're heading to Serbia or not, these launch parties cannot be missed. Just take one look at the X-Bass line-up again and start speculating now!
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