The Garden Festival Croatia has long since earned its place amongst the assumed plans of many a seasoned festival goer over the years. I mean really, what are the two main things you look for in a music festival? Well, good music of course, and ideally set in some kind of epic backdrop. Garden Festival Croatia it is then... as they herald the start of 'a new beginning' - new location, new lineup, same great festival.
Nicolas Jaar * Tiger + Woods * 2020 Soundsystem * Yesking * No Fakin feat Kwasi
Ben UFO, Metro Area (Darshan Jesrani), Kenny Dope, Greg Wilson, Tim Sweeney, Space Dimension Controller, 6th Borough Project, Laura Jones, Eats Everything, Appleblim, Gavin Herlihy, Justin Vandervolgen, Midland, Crazy P Soundsystem, PBR Streetgang, Solomun, David August, Maxxi Soundsystem, Session Victim, Nick The Record, Felix Dickinson, Funkineven, Fatima, James Holroyd, Alexander Nutt, Waifs & Strays, Christophe & Lukas, Bobby Beige, Dean 'Sunshine' Smith, Adam Regan, Ole Smokey, Stu Patterson, Dave Jarvis, Terry Farley, Jogarde, William Collins, Gatto Fritto, Phil South, Ian Blevins, Mr Doris, Greymatter, Matty J & Ben Terry, Phat Phil Cooper, Ste Hodge, Futureboogie DJ's, Steve Cobby (Fila Brasilia).
Garden Festival Parties Hosted By
Louche, Dollop, Bad Passion, Future Disco, Wolf Music, Appleblim, International Feel vs Golf Channel, Diynamic, The Pool, We Love, Faith, Eglo Records, Get Deep, El Diablos, Leftfoot, Futureboogie Recordings, Beats In Space + 14 Aronaughty and 8 Barbarella boat parties.
The Garden Festival – A New Beginning
Weds 4th – Weds 11th July 2012
@ The Garden Tisno, Petrica Glava 34, 22240, Tisno, Croatia
Full week tickets: £90
Double Whammy pass with Garden Festival and Electric Elephant: £150
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