The venue, located at the famous Zrce Beach, already hosts two renowned clubs, Papaya and Kalypso. The festival takes place from the 18th of Auguest to the 22nd, and specialises in techno and house music. It brings big names from London, Ibiza and Berlin to make it out of the biggest electronic events of the year.
Although the name of the beach, Zcre, is unpronounceable to the average human tongue, the festival held on the golden island of Pag is a guaranteed banger. The sun (and babes) will be hot, the water cool, and the bass line thumping. Don't miss out this awesome combination of sea, boat parties, and good old fashioned raving.
The 2014 line-up includes: Ricardo Villalobos, Loco Dice, Seth Troxler, Magda, DJ Sneak, Zip, Cassy, Davide Squillace, Valentino Kanzyani, Joseph Capriati, Margaret Dygas, Matthias Tanzmann, Karotte, Pan-Pot, tINI, Mathias Kaden, Onur Özer, Guti live, Sonja Moonear, Nick Curly, Dan Andrei, Premiesku live, Andrea Oliva, Enzo Siragusa, Dorian Paic, Binh, Yaya, Reas, Meat, Bunte Bummler live and more.
For a full list of the 2014 line-up click here.
These passes include access to all five days of the festival, plus pre-parties and after parties.
Turquoise blue water and warm beaches in paradise– Zrce Beach is a place to indulge in one’s dreams. The beach is also one of the most widely known festival spots in Croatia, and has become an established setting for electronic music events over the years. With Papaya and Kalypso also nearby, two representations of Europe’s top 20 listed clubs add to the area’s glowing reputation.
Flights can be gotten to either Zagreb or Split, and then Pag is just a bus journey away.
Venues are hosted by: Circus (UK), ClubDerVisionaere (GER), Cocoon (GER), Colours Music (Slovenia), Desolat (GER), FUSE (UK), Next Wave (Ibiza), SecretSociety (CH), Shindig (UK), WetYourSelf (UK)
The brainchild of Cosmopop and Sonus d.o.o., the same people who brought the world Time Warp and Love Family Park start up multi-day festival on the island of Pag, have unveiled Sonus Fesitval in Croatia.