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The co-founders of EXIT bring you a new festival in the heart of Belgrade, Serbia.
MAD in Belgrade!
48 hours, non-stop, of the finest music spread over the Spring bank holiday weekend (no time off work required!)
Presenting a perfectly pitched line up of over 100 artists representing the best of house, techno, bass, trap, footwork and much more.
Two main stages in a huge park, next to the sunny Danube River.
MAD boat parties, on the river surrounding the site, hosted by some of the best underground labels and promoters, from Serbia and the rest of the world.
Gigantic installations and sculptures, amazing lighting, performances, video art and much more.
According to Lonely planet, Belgrade is the "#1 Ultimate Party City" and "The Berlin of the Balkans".
It's also incredibly affordable. A beer costs around £1.50 at a bar, and a main meal in a restaurant will set you back around £5-8.
How do I get there?
Belgrade has only one airport. Wizz Air and Air Serbia offer cheap flights from London and the UK.
Most locations in Central Belgrade are a 20 Euro cab journey away. But you can also catch the regular bus to the city centre when you land.
Hotels can be found easily on the internet. Belgrade is relatively small, most hotels in the centre will be a short cab journey to the festival site.
The festival is located in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Serbia, next to the river.
The currency is The Dinar (RSD), and there are lots of ATMs you can withdraw at. Alternatively, you can bring Euros which you can exchange for Dinar at most shops and restaurants.
Release the animal within and set it free!
If you are buying a group ticket, you must all arrive at the same time to collect your tickets. Separate entry cannot be admitted.
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