Around 100,000 people are expected to come see more than 50 acts play over the next three days, including Placebo, Kate Tempest, Paolo Nutini, Eagles of Death Metal, Antemasque, Rudimental, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, La Roux and Franz Ferdinand and Sparks, who took to the main stage last night in front of thousands of fans.
INmusic festival has been popular with music fans from all over Croatia, the region and Europe over the last decade, and this year organisers say expect around 15% more visitors to the festival than last year.
“We are from England. We were over in Croatia on holiday and saw the adverts for the festival and though we would pop in,” Jason Bently from Stoke in the UK told Croatia Week.
INmusic is the biggest open air festival in Croatia and has been voted on CNN’s Best 50 Festivals in Europe list.