Sea Dance Festival 2018
at Buljarica Beach for the First Time Celebrating 5th year in Montenegro
Nina Kraviz at the Sea Dance No Sleep Stage
The honour to open the first day of the festival fell to one of the greatest music producers of the world, the legendary Nile Rodgers and his band Chic, who played some of the greatest hits in the history of popular music one after another. Belgian hit-maker Lost Frequencies also stormed the main stage, saying that Sea Dance was his “favourite and one of the best festivals in the world!”
Sea Dance 2018 | Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Live
Techno heroine Nina Kraviz closed the second night of the festival and after she went through some very hard travel just to make it to the festival, she said it was well worth it. She played at the seaside edition of the infamous EXIT's No Sleep stage, dubbing its beach location truly fantastic.
Sea Dance 2018 | Day 2. Festival Highlights
The final night was marked by the Berlin magician, Paul Kalkbrenner, who showed the audience of the main stage why he is one of the best world producers of today and how his live stadium performances brought the electronic scene to a whole new level. He brought his new album to Sea Dance as well, playing it for the first time in the Balkans, followed by anthems such as “Sky and Sand” and “Aaron” moving the audience that filled the colossal plateau in front of the main stage to the brim, and Kalkbrenner left the stage followed by ovations.
PK Parts of Life, 3rd night, Main Stage
Energetic was also the performance of the new rock star, Alice Merton, whose great hit “No Roots”, conquered the whole planet, and before which she asked the audience to leave their phones alone and sing along! The atmosphere was white hot, with the hits such as “Lash Out” and “Hit the ground running”, and the Montenegrin audience had the chance to hear her new single coming out next week, as well.
No Sleep Festival 2018 | Step into the Next Chapter
Coming up next for EXIT team is their new No Sleep Festival, that will take place in Belgrade from 15th to 18th November, featuring round-the-clock program at several exciting locations across the Serbian capital, including the New Hangar, a mammoth warehouse in the Port of Belgrade, settled on river Danube. The city's well-known clubs like Drugstore and 20/44 will also take part in the festival that is set to grow in the coming years. Already announced are Nina Kraviz, Dax J, I Hate Models, Aleksi Perala and many more to join the bill in the following weeks.