Today Unknown Croatia announces its return for 2014 as earlybird tickets go on sale. The highlight event of the summer will once again invite thousands of revelers to its stunning Adriatic setting with an ultimate soundtrack to match. Between the 8th and 12th of September the world's leading Live musicians, DJs, underground talent and artists will be brought together again for what promises to be yet another amazingly eclectic experience. Fans can now buy limited earlybird tickets from the Unknown Croatia website for just £109.
This year Unknown Croatia curated one of the most unique line-ups of the summer as well as embracing all things mystical and creative with art installations by Kid Acne, Mad Ferret's Mirror World, pop-up folk bands and giant glitter fuelled walking octopuses. Thousands made the journey to the beautiful resort on Croatia's coast to see the likes of Django Django, Disclosure, Jessie Ware, Jagwar Ma, The Horrors, TEED, Lulu James and Jon Hopkins perform unforgettable live shows on the main stage. Not to mention mind blowing sets from DJs including Richie Hawtin, Four Tet, Kerri Chandler, Dixon, Tiga, Nina Kraviz, Michael Mayer,Daniel Avery, Scuba, Cryil Hahn and so many more!
Revelers took advantage of the resort's crystal clear waters and stunning beaches and delved into the Unknown, discovering intimate forest performances, amazing pool and boat parties, pop up boutiques, large scale games and not to mention the world's first ever Boiler Room Island. Unique collaborations with leading promoter’s such as Bugged Out and Eat Your Own Ears, as well as respected labels Kompakt and Phantasy, further cemented Unknown Croatia's position on the festival calendar.
Having sold out well in advance this year, anticipation is hotting up for Unknown Croatia 2014 and those not wanting to miss out can secure their earlybird tickets now. Sound Channel, creators of Unknown, are urging fans to visit the Unknown website to secure their place for 2014 plus ticket holders can also get a taste of what to expect with rolling highlights footage from this year.