After EXIT presented No Sleep festival's "zero" edition at Petrovaradin Fortress in 2017, which gathered over 20,000 techno lovers and featured acts like Jeff Mills, Ellen Allien, Paula Temple, Rebekah, Vladimir Ivkovic and Jane Fitz, this year’s edition will be a whole new festival taking place in Belgrade from 16 to 18 November!
The new member is also the sixth in the festival family run by the EXIT Team and has originated from the internationally praised No Sleep Novi Sad stage at the EXIT Festival itself. Over the past four years, No Sleep has evolved into a music platform that joins many events throughout the whole year in many global cities, including the Serbian capital where it will settle as a new festival in its own right. Spread across a full weekend, No Sleep Festival will feature around o'clock non-stop program at multiple locations in Belgrade, including the central mammoth warehouse, known as the New Hangar in Port of Belgrade, next to the Danube. It will also include lineups at city's well-known clubs like Drugstore, 20/44 and various other spots, with some of the world's most exciting electronic music acts, alongside local finest talents.
No Sleep festival 2018 - Step into the Next Chapter
After three historic performances in EXIT finales, as well as headlining almost every other leading festival in the world, Nina Kraviz is coming back to Belgrade, the city she remembers very well for some of her earliest steps towards the global scene, outside of her native Russia.
The second headliner announced is a British-Berliner, Dax J, who conquered the world with closing sets on some of the greatest events. Many have dubbed him the best DJ of the new generation, and leading festivals have placed him among headliners.
Young French rebel of mysterious identity and a striking alias, I Hate Models, is following in his footsteps. He rapidly caught the world's attention thanks to his furious Depeche Mode remixes and a list of singles spearheading the new super-exciting wave on the world electronic scene.
The No Sleep festival will be held at several locations, while the central events with the state-of-the-art production will be held at the industrial surroundings in the Port of Belgrade, right on the shore of river Danube. After old Hangar hosted some of the world’s most prominent DJ acts, Belgrade reveals its new prime electronic music warehouse venue, bigger and much better in all production aspects. It is simply called the New Hangar and is becoming a new main spot for the largest electronic events in Belgrade, located just 1,500 m from the city's main Republic Square. Apart from the main venue, No Sleep Festival will have numerous afterparties, daytime parties, exhibitions, workshops, as well as a musical conference with panel discussions touching some of the most current topics on the electronic scene.
For other information regarding this newborn festival, you should go to No Sleep festival webpage.