Exit is the largest music festival in the Balkans. It takes place every year in July at the Petrovaradin Fortress in the city of Novi Sad. What distinguishes it from other festivals is its eclectic lineup, the magnificent location on the Danube (including camping by the river) and the reputation of its Dance Stage. The festival started in 2000 and has since evolved, having “little sister festivals” in Croatia, Montenegro and Romania. It is a complete experience. Exit has won many awards and is often in lists of the top 10 festivals.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get to Exit?
The closest airport to the festival site is Nikola Tesla in Belgrade. From there, shuttle buses will take you directly to the site. Other options include flying to Budapest (Hungary), Timisoara (Romania), Zagreb, Zadar, Dubrovnik (Croatia). From there, there will also be direct connections to the festival.
Another possibility is to rely on the public transport of these countries and get to Novi Sad by bus. If you are driving and camping, there will be a parking area near the camp.
Where do I sleep at Exit?
You have many options when it comes to accomodation. The city of Novi Sad offers a variety of hostels and hotels. You can always check alternative websites like Airbnb and Couchsurfing. The classic festival option is, of course, the campsite. It is by a beach on the Danube, between trees. A fair walk to the festival site but not too long either.
What if I want to know more?
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