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Record Sales for EXIT’s Sea Star Festival in Croatia

The venue for Sea Star Festival – Stella Maris in Umag

There has been huge interest from around the world for tickets for EXIT’s Sea Star Festival which will be held for the first time in Croatia next year.

The 1st Sea Star Festival will be held from 26-27 May 2017 on six stages at the Stella Maris resort in Umag on Croatia’s northern Adriatic coast.

The first confirmed headliners are The Prodigy, local acts Dubioza kolektiv and Urban&4, with more names to be added in the new year, and tickets are already flying out the door.

The Prodigy (press)

Sea Star Festival organisers say that a new Croatian festival record has been set for ticket sales.

In the opening 24 hours 11,000 early-bird tickets were snapped up. More tickets have been released at a price of 229 kuna, which is 50% off what will be the final price of the ticket.

Tickets were purchased in 22 countries, with a large number in the UK and the Netherlands.

EXIT Festival, which was named the Best Major European Festival in 2014 at the EU Festival Awards, are offering 1 ticket for 4 festivals.

Damir Urban (photo credit: Milica Czerny)

Ticket holders will be able to get into EXIT in Novi Sad, as well as Sea Star in Umag, Sea Dance in Montenegro and Revolution in Romania.

For ticket info visit Ticketshop.hr and Entrio.

For more info about tourist packages visit Exit

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