Zagreb's INmusic Again Listed Among Most Popular Festivals in the World

By 17 May 2018

ZAGREB, May 17, 2018 - One of the most prestigious global music magazines, Britain’s NME (New Musical Express), has for the second time included Zagreb's INmusic festival among the 12 most popular festivals in the world, INmusic organisers said on Thursday.

Croatia's biggest open-air festival has once again found itself side by side with world's biggest and most important music festivals such as Coachella, Reading And Leeds, Isle Of Wight, TRNSMT and NOS Alive.

Now in its 13th year, INmusic traditionally takes place on the penultimate weekend of June.

The top billing at this year’s INmusic festival will satisfy any fan of guitar music. Over in the gothic rock corner, headliners Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will be strutting their stuff following a huge stadium tour during 2017. Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes will play their punk-rock, while Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince’s The Kills have indie-rock covered. On top of that, witness living rock gods Queens Of The Stone Age, art-rock queen St Vincent, ‘Feel It Still’ hitmakers Portugal. The Man, grunge legends Alice In Chains, and Talking Heads’ David Byrne, who’s on the cusp of releasing yet another incredible album, ‘American Utopia’.

Croatia’s larges open-air festival is held on three islands in Zagreb’s Lake Jarun, meaning festivalgoers are treated to daytime temperatures of 25 degrees, exclusive beaches are all around the festival site and there is a stunning walk from the campsite to stages over a 30-metre pontoon bridge.