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Amelie Lens leads the bill of the EXIT’s No Sleep Festival!

After recently being given the honor to close EXIT Festival along with several other biggest electronic events in the world this summer, Belgian superstar Amelie Lens will headline the EXIT-presented No Sleep Festival in Belgrade on November 8.
Just within this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event, Lens will have her own festival promoted by the Awakenings, while also having events like Sonar, Time Warp, Movement Detroit and dozens of others rightfully featuring her at the top of their offer.  The spectacular production by EXIT team at the gargantuan Hangar in the Port of Belgrade will also welcome Berghain’s most talked about resident, Max Kobosil, one of the leading techno acts of the new generation.  With him and Amelie behind the decks, the night is already set to be written in the books, but to set the bar even higher, they will be backed by the hot Belgium duo Joyhauser and Farrago, the vicious producer and rising star of Lenske, Amelie’s own popular imprint.  Local support is entruste…

No Sleep Novi Sad stage has been completed!

With the arrival of the world-famous ADID party for the finale of EXIT festival, the program for this year’s No Sleep Novi Sad stage has been completed!



 On the first festival day, July 4, the beloved stage will welcome the fascinating techno club MMA – Mixed Munich Arts and many friends of the club, such as I Hate Models, SHWD & Obscure Shape, Boston 168, Black Lotus, Martina Hilber and Ana Rs.

While on Friday, July 5, festivalgoers will be greeted by a world-class crew, performing under the banner of the globally recognized Brazilian club D-Edge from Sao Paulo, Blawan, Giorgia Angiuli, 999999999, BLANCAh, Renato Ratier, Lag + Monosaccharide and Duc in Altum! 

The third festival day, July 6, will see the arrival of DVS1, JASSS, Dadub, NDRX, Zitto and Klaus, coming together for the showcase of the notorious Georgian club Bassiani from Tbilisi!

Let's go techno! 

Seee yaaa at our fav. NO SLEEP stage at Exit! 


No Sleep Stage welcomes the special edition of All Day I Dream!

EXIT Festival's internationally venerated music platform No Sleepwill host a special edition of the world-famous party All Day I Dream!
The line-up will be personally picked by its DJ guru Lee Burridge, who is coming to EXIT Festival on Sunday, July 7, along with ADID’s prominent artists like Sebastien Leger, YokoO and Newman! 



The No Sleep Novi Sadstage will step out of its usual format of presenting leading clubs of the world, such as fabric, Tresor, Bassiani and many others, with hosting one of the most recognizable global music events inside the walls of the stunning Petrovaradin Fortress.

This will also be a special edition for All Day I Dream, since this music marathon will actually start during the night, from 10pm at the No Sleep Novi Sad stage and slowly build on up to one of EXIT’s trademarks, the sunrise that starts as early as 4am.

The next four hours at the festival are always the most intense, but even though 8am marks the end of EXIT’s official program, the sleepless “d…

Sea Star festival promoted by EXIT sent a strong peace message from the Croatian seaside

The third edition of the Sea Star Festival promoted by the award-winning EXIT team gathered over 40,000 visitors from around 40 countries and promoted messages of love and tolerance in a special #ShareLove panel.



The third edition of the Sea Star Festival promoted by the award-winning EXIT team, and set in the lovely seaside town Umag in the picturesque Croatian province Istria, has ended, gathering over 40,000 visitors from around 40 countries. Memorable performances by Wu-Tang Clan, Nina Kraviz, Sven Vath, IAMDDB, Mahmut Orhan, Ilario Alicante and Enrico Sangiuliani, as well as dozens of prominent regional acts, had Sea Star festival serve as a proper launch of the long summer season of major open-air events in Balkans including its biggest, the EXIT Festival in Novi Sad, Serbia.

Exit’s #ShareLove movement sends out a message of peace in the region

On the third day of the Sea Star Festival, at the exact time as the most beautiful sunset on the Adriatic, the #ShareLove panel sent…

EXIT and OPENS choose the young music talents of the Play @ EXIT contest

EXIT festival and OPENS 2019 - Association of the Youth European Capital of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, are launching a competition for young performers who are given the chance to perform at one of the stages at Petrovaradin Fortress from July 4 to July 7, and for the first time in the history of Exit, Play @ EXIT the contest comes to musicians on the threshold!


After applying through the APPLICATIONon exitfest.org, at the competition that will last until April 20, the music jury will invite selected candidates to show themselves at the stage in seven cities across Serbia, while the best of them will perform at EXIT festival! 
Not only for the best young bands, but also for DJs!
Priority in the application will be young musicians (up to 30 years), and the best compositions and artists will perform from 4 to 7 July at the OPENS State of EXIT Zone, Fusion Pub and Explosive Bin. 

The OPENS Play @ EXIT selection team will be co-ordinator for international cooperation of OPENS, Valentina Antić, as we…

The Enduring Appeal of EXIT - Europe's Ultimate Bucket List Festival

EXITis a special festival with such an enduring appeal. Here are six reasons why it’s a must on the annual festival calendar. 




EXIT Festival 2019 will take place from 4th to 7th July 2019
EXIT Festival in Serbia’s second city of Novi Sad has become one of Europe’s most famous festivals, with a reputation as an essential rite-of-passage weekender. As it approaches its 20th birthday in 2020, the festival is still innovating and branching out – but it will never forget its initial ethos of freedom, social change and youth rebellion at the beginning of the millennium. 

1. A force for social change
Not many modern festivals have a backstory beyond a commercial enterprise, but EXIT was formed in the spirit of genuine youth rebellion. The festival started as a 100-day student protest in 2000 against the Milosevic regime, with an idea to “Exit out of the madness” and a movement for freedom in Serbia and peace in the Balkans. The festival’s mission statement was clear from the beginning – to achie…