Moondance festival announced full lineup and timetables

The Moondance festival announced their full line up completed with local and regional performers and tickets information. The festival won two Ambassadors Awards for the Best Home Electronic Music Festival in 2016 and 2017 and is a must for every techno head out there. Three festive evenings will feature some of the most prominent names from different techno genres that will wipe the boundaries between classic techno and the latest trends in undergrowths, ranging from deep hypnotic techno to crude and powerful groove, creating links between the past and the future.

The festival will be held from 9th till 11th August on a spectacular Kamerlengo fortress in Trogir, Croatia. The opening night at the event will present the domestic Bebetto power from Pula, Jan Kinčl from Zagreb, Juri Paik from Split, locals Tome R and Pero FullHouse, mixed with a touch of international flavour from Eduardo De La Calle, Francesco Tristano live and KiNK live.

The second day will bring Avoid from Novi Sad, Filip Xavi from Belgrade, Ivan Komlinovic live from Zagreb, DJ Jock from Split, Edy C from Sibenik and Skeptic, followed by headliners Rødhåd, Radio Slave and Monoloc live. The final evening will be curated in cooperation with Berlin's club Tresor which will host  Jonas Kopp, K-Hand, The Analogue Copsa Live, Handmade, Steve Murphy and DJ Octopus.

As in previous festival edition, Moonlight will be once again collaborating with EMI Institute to organise small but quality educational workshops before the daily festive happenings.

On Thursday, Jan Kincl will present the latest Xone 96 mixer by Allen & Heath while Marin Gospic will share his knowledge regarding creating set within Ableton Live DAW. Two days later, Lucretio from The Analogue Cops will share some tips about the Elektron Digitrone hardware while Marin will once again use Ableton Live for an in-depth synthesis lecture. 

For information regarding daily and festival tickets, you should go to Moondance's web page.  

By Saša, edited on 26 July 2018