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Croatia’s INmusic Named Among 12 Most Popular Festivals in the World

INmusic (photo credit: Julien Duval/INmusic)

INmusic (photo credit: Julien Duval/INmusic)

Iconic British rock magazine NME have named INmusic Festival on its list of the 12 Most Popular Festivals in the World.

INmusic Festival, which has been held for the past 11 years at Zagreb’s Lake Jarun during the summer, made a list which featured legendary festivals such as Glastonbury, Isle of Wight, V Festival and Coachella in California.

The 12th edition of INmusic festival will be held from 19-21 June at Lake Jarun. Arcade Fire have already been announced as this year’s headline.



Over the years INmusic has attracted a number of quality acts, including The Black Keys, Pixies, Franz Ferdinand, Florence + The Machine, Prodigy and Arctic Monkeys.

Last year the festival was nominated for ‘Best Medium-Sized Festival’ at the European Festival Awards.



New Musical Express (NME), which has been published since 1952, was the first British paper to include a singles chart and is an institution in rock journalism.

Check out the list here.

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