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House | Tuesday 18th June 2013 | Annalisa

Back to 2013.

Croatia’s leading music festival Hideout returns to the beautiful island of Pag off the coast of Croatia with one of the biggest line-ups all summer! Hideout Festival is an opportunity to dance all day and night to a plethora of genres at pool and boat parties with some of the hottest DJs in the world. Following last-year’s sell out success expect a showcase of the finest bass-driven electronic music including drum and bass, house, dubstep, funky, reggae, roots and ska.

This year sees drum and bass giants take to stage: a special DJ set from Chase and Status including samples from their brand new album; Hospital Records signee Andy C alongside label mates Camo and Krooked providing yet more classic sounds; High Contrast expected to perform a scintillating set as well as special guests Pendulum responsible for the unmistakable club smash ‘Tarantula’. Bass music will be represented in force, with trio Magnetic Man (Artwork, Skream and Benga) spinning the best in dubstep and disco!

Lovers of house music will be especially catered for with the likes of Julio Bashmore, Heidi, Jamie Jones, Huxley, Erol Alkan and many more featured on this line-up, playing everything from funky to tech and everything in between! Additionally, electronic musicians Scuba, Erol Alkan, and Joy Orbison will showcase their infectiously diverse sounds as well as Radio 1’s B-Traits playing the hottest new tracks and sounds of tomorrow. This is only the tip of the iceberg with many more acts confirmed to perform!

With pre-parties, pool parties, and boat parties hosted by labels such as 20:20 Vision, One Records, and Hessle Audio, as well Circo Loco, Zutekh, and Mono_Cult the 10,000 ticket holders are set to enjoy the biggest music festivals Croatia has ever seen!

Hideout festival begins on June 30th until July 5th and tickets are sold out for this year!

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words by Cory Walker-Eastman @kwamecory

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