Thursday 30th March 2017,

Hideout Festival raises the bar and adds an array of extras to an already enticing festival | Young Academic Ultimate Festival Guide

Young Academic can exclusively announce that boat Parties, tre-Parties and VIP packages have been added to Hideout Festival. We reckon this could be the ultimate respite for all you hard working students out there after a gruelling year of seminars, coursework and exams!

The Croatian event of the year has expanded in to most sun drenched offering of 2011, provided Glasto isn’t another scorcher!

“You already have the exclusive Young Academic Hideout Festival preview but just check out  some of the added extras…”

 

Hideout Festival takes the lead in offering a VALUE FOR MONEY experience filled with explosive beats, non-stop sunshine and a torrent of the most talented electronic acts, placing it firmly on the festival map in 2011

Hideout Welcome Boat Party will set sail across the Adriatic Sea; harbour side local venues Cocomo and Kalypso host the ultimate pre-party escapades; and music lovers have the opportunity to take advantage of the ultimate VIP package in what is set to be an unforgettable festival experience.

Hideout Festival secures its place firmly on the festival map in offering an affordable and breathtaking holidayseeped in non-stop sunshine by day and the extraordinary musical performances set to take festival-goers through the night. Cheaper than any other UK festival of this calibre, the three day ticket package costs a mere £89.00, making it undoubtedly one of the most affordable and staggering festivals of the summer.

Set amongst the phenomenal backdrop of the Zrce beach off the Croatian coastline notoriously famed for its beauty; the island of Pag is steeped in history with its littering of conquests and battles. It has been left with a legacy of profuse cultural influences due to the many nations and cultures who have occupied this Dalmatian treasure. It is therefore not surprising that Croatia is fast becoming the top European holiday destination and the increased perception of its position as the “New Ibiza”. 30% more British sun-seekers have visited the area in the last 5 years and the appeal lies not simply within the magnificent setting but the fact Croatia boasts an average of 90% of sunshine throughout the entire year, with July being the peak season.

Hideout Festival is the ideal stop along the way for any holiday-maker hoping to enjoy an idyllic summer break. For music lovers looking for a little more luxury, Hideout Festival presents the ultimate VIP Package. Tickets are £139 and include access to an exclusive separate area overlooking the main dance floor where festival-goers can observe the mass of dancing people; VIP entry to venues; superior quality accommodation; an Event Goody Bag filled with festival essentials including the in-depth festival programme and specially designed T-shirt; and private transfers toand from the airport in Zadar.

Hideous Festival opens the revelry with the HIDEOUT WELCOME BOAT PARTY on Thursday 30th June. The magnificent vessel will set sail onto the Adriatic Sea, bringing the best of the Hideout DJs and 200 party-goers on an intimate adventure of mind-blowing music, unstoppable dancing and a voyage like no other. For FOUR hours each and every person aboard will be immersed in the party of their life – nothing but the sea, sun and transfixing tunes set to tingle the spines of all those lucky enough to be a part of it. Boat party tickets are priced at £20 and this boat party offering will the first of many to be announced very soon…

For those who love the warm up, Hideout Festival is putting on TWO pre parties. Wednesday 29th June sees the 500 capacity venue of Cocomo hosting a rippling of musical fervour and is perfectly placed next to the harbour by the sea where the boat parties set sail and begin their musical journey – entry is £10. To celebrate the first ever Hideout Festival, they bring to the table a second pre-party free for EVERYONE at Kalypso on Thursday 30th June.

Set on the ambient and unique Zrce beach, the venue is like no other with it partly hidden within a forest by the beach. This is where Hideout Festival truly kicks off.

The festival is set to become one of the leading dance events of the summer club season, overtaking Ibiza as the new clubbing destination. Brought to us by those who know how to throw the ultimate party; The Warehouse Project and Electronic Music Group will bring only the absolute crème de la crème of international and underground dance music. Friday 1st July sees German idol and owner of Cocoon Records Sven Vath headline the festival along with the likes of Chase & Status, People Get Real, Toddla T, Jamie XX and many more. Saturday 2nd July see the likes of Ms Dynamite, Annie Mac, Simian Mobile Disco, Aeroplane and a second big headline to be announced verysoon.

Seth Troxler and Jamie Jones, along with Damian Lazarus, Shy FX and many more will also be taking to the stages in the final day of festivities making this arguable the best in electronic music across the whole of Europe.

Hideout Festival will run from Friday 1st July to Sunday 3rd July, on the beautiful Zrce beach on the Island of Pag, Croatia. The festival will feature two main stages, an indoor club and two outdoor swimming pools making the site 10,000 at capacity. Surrounded by stunning views and beaches the event is set to be the only destination for both

European and UK based festival goers. The Warehouse Project and Electronic Music Group are sculpting Hideout Festival into the festival destination for true music fans to get their fix of the year’s best dance music.

 

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