Croatia's Barrakud Festival today reveals phase one of their 2014 line-up. Taking place on the breathtaking island of Pag in Croatia from the 9 - 16 August, Barrakud is the ultimate festival experience for any electronic music lover, combining unrivalled beaches with performances from many of the biggest dj's in the world. Without further ado, here are the first acts that will perform at Barrakud 2014.
SVEN VZTH / DUBFIRE / ELLEN ALLIEN
BARKS / CARLO LIO / CHRIS TIETJEN
LARIO ALICANTE / MAURIZIO SCHMITZ / SHADED ( live )
ADAPTER / ALESSIO LERMA / APPARELL / DAMIR HOFFMAN
FERNANDO COSTANTINI / GIAMMARCO ORSINI / PHILIPP & COLE
From exhilarating beach raves to intimate boat parties, pool parties and open-air clubs, witness some of the worlds finest electronic music artists in a setting like no other. With the 2014 edition promising to be the biggest to date, Barrakud is set to have one of the most sought after programmes on the Croatian festival scene. More acts will be revealed within the coming weeks.
Super early-bird tickets are now completely sold out but you can still grab an early bird ticket for only 125 euros! Summer 2014 starts right now. Join the Barrakud crew. Book your place now
CROATIA'S BARRAKUD FESTIVAL REVEALS
PHASE 1 OF 2014 LINE-UP
DUBFIRE, SVEN VZTH AND ELLEN ALLIEN WILL ALL PERFORM AT CROATIA'S LATEST FESTIVAL HOTSPOT
9-16 AUGUST 2014
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