Croatia has recently become one of the most popular European destinations. The amount of tourists coming to this Mediterranean country has been increasing significantly in the last decade. A combination of over 1000 islands with well indented coast and ideal weather makes Croatia a perfect festival destination. Therefore, music events play a huge role in the country’s tourism. Today, there are dozens of them. Majority are situated ashore and on the islands. However, there are some events which take place on the land, like the InMusic festival in Zagreb. Festival season usually starts in May and ends in late September. This is possible because of the mild weather, which keeps extending the summer season. As for the festival types – basically there is something for everyone. EDM music is most covered, as are hip-hop and rock/pop festivals. Islands are the most common location where festivals take place. A good example of that are the Hideout festival and Sonus festival on Zrce beach. Another popular destination is Garden Tisno resort, hosting several festivals like Suncebeat, Outlook festival and Defected Croatia.
How to get to festivals in Croatia
This website will provide you with a detailed guide for every major music event in Croatia. Organizing a trip to another country can sometimes be a hassle. That is why we will try to help each festival-goer get the best possible information. Since all of us at FC live in Croatia, you can be sure that all the knowledge we share is firsthand. Most of the Croatian festivals take place in smaller towns and islands. That’s where the hassle comes in. Reaching these places can sometimes be difficult, especially if you are unfamiliar with ways of getting around. Besides the information about each event, this website also has detailed guides for most of Croatian Islands, must-visit sights and activities.
Must visit locations
Just attending a festival is not enough. Remember, you are visiting one of the most beautiful European countries. Therefore, within each festival guide we will give you some tips on what else to see and do. Also, we’ve added a map for each Croatian festival. That way you can see all the relevant locations in one place. Most of the festival-goers usually stay in Croatia for several days. That’s why it’s best to plan a trip ahead, so you don’t waste any time once you arrive there.
Croatian Festivals & COVID-19
Coronavirus pandemic postponed or canceled the majority of the events. Only a handful of smaller, regional festivals took place in summer 2021. Others were postponed for similar dates in 2022. Organizers usually offered ticket refunds for anyone who bought the ticket before the pandemic started. If you are one of them, be sure to check if you’re eligible for a money return. For anyone who did not ask for a refund, your ticket is probably valid for the event in 2022. Since no one knows what the COVID-19 situation in the country will look like in summer 2022, make sure to visit our News section. We will frequently update it with the latest information about tickets, lineup changes, and overall news.