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INmusic festival

INmusic Festival
Rokia Traoré performing in 2009.
Genre Rock, World, Electronic, Reggae, Folk, Hip Hop, Dance
Dates Late June (2–3 days)
Location(s) Lake Jarun, Zagreb, Croatia
Years active 2006–present
Website
//en.com.inmusicfestivalwww

INmusic festival is Croatia's biggest international open-air festival. The festival is held annually in June in Zagreb and takes place on Youth Island (Croatian: Otok hrvatske mladeži) in the middle of Zagreb's Lake Jarun.

The festival was started in 2006 and is usually held over two or three days. It includes several genre-specific stages with internationally renowned indie rock, heavy metal and electronica artists. In 2008 The Times included INmusic among the top 20 European summer festivals.[1]

Contents

  • History 1
    • 2006 1.1
    • 2007 1.2
    • 2008 1.3
    • 2009 1.4
    • 2010 1.5
    • 2011 1.6
    • 2012 1.7
    • 2013 1.8
    • 2014 1.9
  • Notes 2
  • External links 3

History

Obojeni Program perform in 2007
Tricky performing at the 2009 INmusic festival.
Anthrax performing in 2009
Lily Allen in 2009.
Arctic Monkeys in 2013.

2006

The festival's first edition was held as "INmusic festival" 4–6 July 2006. It was organized by Multikultura, a Šalata.[2]

2007

Second edition was held 27–28 August 2007. The festival acquired sponsorship by Vipnet, a mobile network operator, and was dubbed "Vip INmusic". Also, this was the first edition which took place at Jarun.[3]

2008

Third edition, also titled "Vip INmusic", was held 3–4 June 2008 at Jarun.[4]

2009

For the 2009 edition, held 24–25 June 2009 at Jarun, Vipnet's competitors T-Mobile took over as main sponsors and the festival was renamed "T-Mobile INmusic". Scottish band Franz Ferdinand made their second appearance at the event.[5]

2010

Fifth edition was held 21–23 June 2010 at Jarun.[6]

2011

The festival's sixth edition was held 21–22 June 2011.[7]

2012

The festival's seventh edition was held 29–30 June 2012. The festival went back to its original name, "INmusic festival", as T-Mobile withdrew its sponsorship in early 2012.[8] INmusic festival was selected in the Top 50 World's best music festivals according to CNN International.

2013

The festival's eighth edition was held from 24th till 26th of June 2013.

  • Headliners: Arctic Monkeys, Iggy & The Stooges
  • Also performed: Basement Jaxx, Bloc Party, Editors, NOFX, Airbourne, Stealing Sheep, A Toys Orchestra, Mile Me Deaf, Rangleklods, Conquering Lion, Dikta, Roger the Mascot
  • Local artists: Atheist Rap, Team Ghost, Dža ili Bu, S.A.R.S., Frenkie, Moveknowledgment, Pozdrav Azri, Gatuzo, Dosh Lee, She Loves Pablo, Radio Aktiv, Barbari, Antenat, Mašinko, Cherkezi United, D Elvis, B and the Boops, Achromatic Attic, Udriground

2014

Ninth edition was held from 23rd till 25th of June 2014. Festival got even bigger by expanding its camp on the neighboring Island of Trešnjevka which was connected to the Island of Croatian Youth by a 100 meters long pontoon bridge.

Notes

  1. ^ Scurlock, Gareth. "Europe's 20 best summer music festivals 2008". The Times (London). Retrieved 2010-03-08. 
  2. ^ "Franz Ferdinand i Morrissey po cijeni od 350 kuna".  
  3. ^ "Svi na Vip INmusic Festival, 27. i 28.8. Otok hrvatske mladeži, Jarun, Zagreb". ZbrdaZdola.com (in Croatian). Retrieved 11 May 2011. 
  4. ^ Blažević, Krešimir (18 April 2008). "Pustinjski blues Tinariwena na Vip INmusicu". Muzika.hr (in Croatian). Retrieved 11 May 2011. 
  5. ^ "Pogledajte raspored izvođača na T-Mobile INmusic festivalu". T-Portal.hr (in Croatian). 8 June 2009. Retrieved 11 May 2011. 
  6. ^ "T-mobile INmusic satnica". Muzika.hr (in Croatian). 20 June 2010. Retrieved 11 May 2011. 
  7. ^ "2011 Programme". INmusic Festival. Retrieved 11 May 2011. 
  8. ^ http://trend.seebiz.eu/glazba/ht-zbog-stednje-odustaje-od-inmusic-festivala/ar-25109/ (Croatian)

External links

  • Official website
  • Official UK ticket outlet and accommodation providers

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