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FOR Festival Supports Flood Victims With Discounted Humanitarian Tickets

FOR-festival-2014Given the recent devastating floods in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia, and its widespread impact on the people of these countries, FOR festival’s organizer Modular Recordings is offering a run of discounted tickets for EX-YU residents….

500 full festival EX-YU passes are now available at the discounted price of 760,00 kn (instead of the previous 1.131,00 kn), and discounted daily tickets are now 190,00 kn (instead of the previous 300 kn).

Darkiside will be at FOR this year

Darkiside will be at FOR this year

50% of every EX-YU ticket sold will be donated to the Red Cross to help those affected in the flooded regions.

You can purchase these humanitarian tickets at

http://tickets.for-festival.com/?exyu

If you would like to make a direct donation, please go to the Red Cross Croatia site.

As a reminder, the eagerly awaited second edition of Croatia’s opening summer music festival starts June 19 and lasts until June 22. All concerts will take place at the Veneranda club, while the Carpe Diem Beach on the islet of Marinkovac will be reserved for daily and nightly DJ sets.

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