Love International is looking ahead to its second season this summer which will take place from Weds 28th June – Weds 5th July 2017 at the gorgeous Garden resort in Tisno, Croatia. Tickets available here
The festival is already seen as one of the region’s most revered; not only following on in the illustrious footprints made by The Garden Festival, but having already crafted its own unique sense of magic in Croatia, the sold-out debut in 2016 attracting 2,500 like-minded music and adventure lovers from across the world for a mercurial week of inspiration, escapism and fun.
Weaving together a festival and holiday into one unique odyssey creates something truly special at Love International, from the raucous boat parties, stunning Barbarella’s dawns and sublime Sunrise Sessions, to intimate moments of magic shared with friends old and just found; from dancing in the crystal-clear sea, lounging around under the sizzling sun and dancing at the relentless Olive Grove, to exploring the picture-postcard village of Tisno. It’s a voyage of discovery in more ways than one, with like-minded people uniting for one glorious week.
Harnessing a unique sense of intimacy and inspiration, Love International is set in beautiful Tisno, surrounded by verdant pine forests and the glittering waters of the Adriatic Sea, hidden away with its own secluded beach and bay. By day a beatific chill-out under the sizzling sun, then as the evenings gather pace the stars come out and the enchanting site transforms; as night closes in it becomes a pulsating festival which looks out across the sea. The festival draws music lovers and adventure seekers to Croatia for a mesmerising holiday and festival odyssey.
Some amazing names from across the electronic music spectrum have already been revealed, with The Black Madonna, Ben UFO, Palms Trax, Optimo, Craig Richards, Paranoid London, Jazzanova, Horse Meat Disco, Leon Vynehall and Mood II Swing covering everything from house, disco, techno, electronica, Balearic, funk, acid, Italo and much more. Now the next wave of names are proudly revealed, including more debutants and some familiar faces.