Featuring four days of unrivalled music from Sven Vath, 2manyDjs, Jamie XX, Circo Loco, Crosstown Rebels & more
Hideout 2011 Festival Croatia Putting Croatia on the electronic music map
As the sun begins to light up the summer, Hideout are making a storming debut in one of the most beautiful locations of the Mediterranean, bringing together a stellar programme highlighting the finest electronic music artists of the moment.
Hideout are inviting new artists to Croatia as well old faces returning to explore this charming new location of the Adriatic. Hosted on a new site on the rugged island of Pag focused on the sprawling lip of the stunning Zrce beach, the site spans two vast outdoor stages, one indoor/ outdoor venue with views over the sea, two outdoor swimming pools, and a large VIP area. Revellers will be immersed in music from sunrise to sunset at intimate daytime events on the beach, numerous daily boat parties, and at the main festival site.
Seth Troxler returns for a second year to the Adriatic coast for a special Crosstown Rebels hosted stage on Sunday night. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Croatia is one of the most beautiful places I´ve been to in Europe. It´s one of those places that might not necessarily be top of your list of holiday destinations but once you get there you wonder why you´ve never been before. The coastline is breath taking, the way the mist slowly burns off the sea revealing the mountains takes your breath away.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"
Indeed the past few years have seen a surge of new bespoke events happening in Croatia covering a variety of musical styles and utilizing the divine setting and pleasant climate. Hideout are leading the way with their pioneering line-up bringing together stars of the past and future. Also returning to Croatia, Sven Vath performed at one of the venues where Hideout will take place, \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"I loved playing Papaya club in 2010 and I´m sure it´s going to be even better this year at Hideout.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"
HIDEOUT MAIN STAGES
FRIDAY 1st JULY
Papaya Stage: Sven Vath, Marco Carola, People Get Real
Reclaim The Dancefloor Stage: Nero, Jack Beats, Toddla T, Redlight, Friction, Modestep (DJ set), Prophecy
Resident Advisor Stage: Jamie XX, Dixon, Mount Kimbie, Julio Bashmore, Mike Jones
SATURDAY 2nd JULY
Papaya Stage: Eric Prydz, Annie Mac, Simian Mobile Disco (DJ), Aeroplane, Eskimo Twins
Ape Stage: Pendulum (DJ), Sub Focus (DJ), Ms Dynamite, Caspa, Doorly, Rattus Rattus & Klose 1
Circo Loco Stage: Tania Vulcano, Andrew Grant, Dan Ghenacia, Cassy, Garaghem, Gauthier DM
SUNDAY 3rd JULY
Wax:On Stage: 2ManyDjs (live), Crookers, Fake Blood, Erol Alkan, Bowski
Metropolis Stage: Chase & Status (DJ), Andy C, Breakage, Joker, Shy FX B2B B-Traits, Danny Byrd, Mak
Crosstown Rebels Stage: Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones, Damian Lazarus, Art Department, Robert James, Richy Ahmed, Death On The Balcony
Thursday 30th June
Welcome To Hideout Sunset boat party 5.30 – 9pm Tickets £20 Limited capacity
Friday 1st July
Sonido & Zuhtek residents party: 1pm - 4pm Tickets £20
Bigger Than Barry & Urban Nerds party feat. Toddla T, Rattus Rattus & Klose 1 & residents: 5.30 - 9pm Tickets £25
Saturday 2nd July
Deconstruction Records party feat. Jack Beats & Mike Pickering:
1pm - 4pm Tickets: £25
Mono_Cult and Jaunt residents party:
5.30 - 9pm Tickets: £20
Sunday 3rd July
Digital Soundboy party feat. Shy FX, Breakage, B-Traits & SP:MC:
1pm - 4pm Tickets: £30
Crosstown Rebels ´Rebel Rave´ party: Seth Troxler, Art Dept, Richy Ahmed, Death On The Balcony: 5-9pm £30
Resident Advisor party: feat Pearson Sound and more: 1pm – 4pm £25
Electronic Music Group History
Two of the UKs leading club promoters, Wax:On and Metropolis have joined forces to form Electronic Music Group Ltd. Electronic Music Group are dedicated to keeping the UK club scene vibrant, forwardthinking exciting by scheduling, booking and promoting a wide range of events such as Wax:On, Metropolis, Musicology, Jagerbomb, Annie Mac Presents, Reclaim The Dancefloor – Ibiza, and Cocoon Newcastle; alongside various exciting Record Labels and representing and managing a range of artists
The Warehouse Project History:
In the autumn of 2006, three event promoters embarked on a project that has changed the face of Manchester1s club scene and had a huge effect on the UK and beyond. Launching with the slogan ‘For twelve weeks this city is ours’ the Warehouse Project set out to establish a ‘guerrilla’ style club that was to run every Friday and Saturday night for a three month period each year. Just as it was five years ago when they opened those gates to Boddingtons, The Warehouse Project remains a big experiment. One that continues to evolve organically and never really knows exactly how it1s going to turn out.