Huge in every sense, Exit is a veteran of the Balkan party scene, with big headliners and big crowds.
What started off as a student peace movement in 2001 has evolved into one of Europe’s best known and best loved music festivals, pulling up to a quarter of a million partygoers into the Serbian city of Novi Sad each year.
It’s also been hugely influential in marking the Balkans out as a major player on the world festival scene, and proving that no one parties like Eastern Europeans – particularly when you give them an 18th-century fort and major acts from all over the world to play with.
For the heart of the action, head to the huge main stage – which can pack in more than 25,000 for headline acts – or the dance stage, where superstar DJs spin well into the early hours. If your tastes have a harder edge, the Riffs&Beats stage hosts metal, hardcore and punk.
If you just can’t get enough at Exit, beachfront sister-festival Sea Dance kicks off two days later in Montenegro and coaches run between the two.
How do I get there?
Flying: Into Belgrade via Nikola Tesla International Airport (BEG) and take a bus or train for an hour-long ride to Novi Sad.
Travelling by Car: Visit the Exit for detailed directions.
Early bird ticket (plus free Sea Dance ticket): £79
Exit Festival Only: £95.00
Exit Festival Camping Pass: £25.00
VIP Gold Ticket Exit Festival: £215.00
Exit Package: Bus/Train transfer, Accommodation, Tickets - Starting at £115
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets are available via Festicket.