Zagreb’s INmusic Festival has been recognised by the prestigious New Musical Express (NME) magazine as one of the twelve most popular festivals in the world. This British publication placed the Zagreb festival alongside the Isle of Wight Festival, the Coachella in California and Portugal’s NOS Alive as a leading event on the festival calendar.
“A quarter of UK festival prices and no scrimping on the bill. Plus, INMusic is set across three islands in the middle of Lake Jarun in Zagreb – one island for the festival, two for camping – so it’s like an island holiday, a city break and a mother-fluffing rock’n’roll monsterfest all in one,” writes NME about the INmusic festival.
At this year’s festival, which will be held from the 25th to the 27th of June, the leading artists are Queens Of The Stone Age, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, David Byrne and Alice In Chains.
Established in 2006, INmusic traditionally takes place over the third weekend in June and largely presents internationally renowned performers of indie rock and electronic music.