Come and see why everybody that comes to Seasplash Festival, always returns. This four-day music festival is one of Croatia’s hidden gems and is perfect for those looking for a relaxing summer vacation by the sea. Opening a new chapter in the festival’s history this summer, the 17th annual Seasplash Festival will take a trip down south to Martinska pier and beach, just outside Šibenik. Dance until the sun comes up with the best performers from the region and beyond at the most significant bass music festival in the country; July 18-21.
For the first time in Seasplash history, the festival will have an official opening party; at one of the most beautiful locations of the Adriatic. The official opening concert will take place at St. Michaels Fortress in Šibenik on Wednesday, July 17. Taking place on the fortress, you can catch performances led by the New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble, Brain Holidays and Bass Culture Sound System.
2019 will celebrate the ‘exodus edition’ of Seasplash Festival and welcome more than 30 artists across four stages. Headlined by one of the most enduring and original reggae producers of all time, Lee “Scratch” Perry will lead the massive musical lineup, alongside Scientist, Mad Professor and Dub Pistols. You can also catch the likes of Ras MC Bean & Soulcraft, Vibronics, Janaka Selekta, Krak in Dub, Hah Free, Digitron Sound System and many more at this year’s edition.
As always, Seasplash Festival will feature a wide range of activities and things to do. This year, Seasplash will feature four exclusive workshops, hosted by specially selected workshop leaders.
Back on track is DJ Venom’s DJ workshop; suitable for the curious all the way to the passionate music lover. This workshop offers the chance to learn about club mixing on the gramophone as well as through software with DJ controls. This workshop will take place from 18-20 July from 6 pm – 8 pm. You can register for the workshop by sending your details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perfect for those eager to express themselves and connect through music, the intuitive percussion workshop will return this year. Participants can learn skills required to freely and responsibly create music in a group; followed by a jam session where you can free yourself and enjoy the moment. This workshop will take place from 18-21 July from 7 pm to 9 pm. You can register on-site.
Consisting of a wide range of exercises, Dub Yoga is perfect for anyone looking to participate in a fun and relaxing activity. The workshop features body exercises, breathing exercises, concentration exercises, relaxation, meditation and more. Part of the workshop also features acro yoga; where you can practice yoga and exercise in pairs. This workshop will take place every day of the festival from 6:30 pm – 8 pm and is free of charge for all visitors.
For film and editing enthusiasts, this workshops gives you the opportunity to work closely with the long-time documentarist of Seasplash Festival. You will be introduced to the entire video creating process; step by step. The workshop is free of charge and the only requirement is owning a camera recording device. This workshop will take place from 18-23 July and you can register on the festival website.
Full four-day passes are available for 90 euros and allows general access to the festival as well as camping. Access to the Opening Concert is not included and must be purchased separately.
Two-day weekend tickets are available for 60 euros and allows general access to the festival on Friday, July 19 and Saturday, July 20. Camping is also included in this ticket.
Single-day tickets are also available for 30 euros per day. This gives you general access to the festival on either Friday or Saturday.
You can also purchase an additional ticket for the official Opening Concert for 15 euros. This ticket allows access to the Opening Concert on Wednesday, July 17 only.
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