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Festival Guide: Festivals to combine with a holiday by the sea

Want to combine your festival trip with some coastal relaxation? Some of the world’s most exciting events boast a stunning beach location, providing the perfect balance between partying and serenity. Take in the spectacular scenery and enjoy a tranquil break alongside your festival trip.

Whether you prefer a hot beachside walk or taking in the stunning volcanic scenery, coastal festivals are a world apart from regular events, and their beauty cannot be matched.

Sea Star Festival, Croatia
Located in Croatian city Umag, Sea Star Festival is situated next to a truly breathtaking coastal location complete with captivating views. A stone’s throw from the beach, the festival has even further appeal due to the climate, making the festival the ultimate hot seaside escape. The scenery provides the perfect backdrop for performances, which this year will include Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Hurts, Robin Schulz, Paul van Dyk, Disciples, Filatov & Karas and many more.

Sea Star takes place from 24 – 27 May  2018. More info available at seastarfestival.com

 

Secret Solstice Festival, Iceland
Iceland’s heavenly Secret Solstice Festival is set just outside Reykjavik and is the destination for festival goers with a passion for the natural beauty of the great outdoors where you can explore volcanic beaches and watch epic midnight sunsets. This year, the festival is due to celebrate its fifth anniversary, and the monumental occasion will no doubt make this edition the best yet. Renowned for its diverse yet all-star lineups, the festival has certainly selected only the finest talents for this year’s event. Artists including Slayer, Stormzy, Gucci Mane, Clean Bandit, Bonnie Tyler, Death From Above, Steve Aoki, J Hus, Skream and A-Trak are all due to take to the stage. With such a huge lineup, there can be no doubt that the monumental event will draw in attendees from all over the world.

Secret Solstice takes place from 21-24 June 2018. More info available at secretsolstice.is


Positivus Festival, Lavia
A short walk from the Baltic Sea and surrounded by woodland, Positivus Festival boasts spectacular scenery around the festival grounds. The Latvian festival is set in coastal woodland, in a remote location, truly giving attendees the feeling of being separated from the real world. This year the festival has a truly star-studded lineup featuring acts including Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, The Prodigy, Tove Lo, Mura Masa, Lauv, The Barr Brothers and Torres. The unique selection of talents ensures that this year will see another unforgettable edition of the stand-out festival.

Positivus Festival takes place from 20-22 July 2018. More info available at positivusfestival.com

 

Sea Dance Festival, Montenagro
Set in a breath taking location by the Montenegrin coast, Sea Dance Festival is undoubtedly one of the world’s most awe-inspiring events. Combining ocean views with performances from global superstars, it comes as no surprise that this extravaganza draws attendees from all corners of the globe. Last year’s event saw artists including Sean Paul, John Newman, Fatboy Slim, Who See, TKNO, Squire, Space Dimension Controller, South London Ordnance and Mind Against all unveil diverse yet equally compelling performances. This year’s lineup is yet to be announced, but will undoubtedly contain a host of stellar names set to make 2018 the festival’s best edition yet.

Sea Dance Festival dates will be announced soon More info available at seadancefestival.me

For more info on any of the festivals above please contact:
Nikki McNeill | Global Publicity
nikki@globalpublicity.co.uk

 

 

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