Eden Festival launches new sister festival in Croatia

Posted on 23 January 2017
By Khyle Deen
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If you needed another reason to party in Croatia, here it is, Scotland’s second largest festival has just announced they are starting a sister festival in Tisno.

Eden Festivals, most popular stage The Lost Disco is flying the nest and landing in The Garden Tisno, one of Europe's most breathtaking festival locations, for a sun soaked European festival adventure. 

Eden Festival Co-Founder and Director Adam Curtis said “We are really excited to be taking a slice of Eden Festival abroad to Croatia. There’s a real sense of buzz happening and with the current collapse of Scottish festivals due to over policing and its associated costs, it’s a nice break away from the bureaucracy to more liberal pastures. I think more Scottish events organisers may be looking to do similar adventures in the future.”

The Lost Disco, will be hosting 4 stages of uplifting music, featuring some of Scotland’s finest acts. There will be boat parties twice a day across the sun kissed Adriatic. You can enjoy, funk, soul, Balearic house, disco and party beats till 6am and rejuvenate in the sunrise sessions, all by the sea, and situated minutes away from the picturesque town of Tisno with its fantastic restaurants and wineries. This summers adventure begins here!

The Lost Disco launches from the 17 th – 20 th August 2017, with tickets starting from £99 and for the first month there is a special offer: purchase three tickets and get the fourth one free!

Co Director Meredith Langley Vine added: “Timing couldn’t be better for the launch of The Lost Disco with Ryanair announcing new direct flights from Glasgow to Zadar (only 1 hour from the festival site). There’s already a flurry of flights being booked up and buss convoys scheduling a two day road trip from Glasgow to Tisno over the Alps! Planning for this years summer adventure is well truly underway and we can’t wait to get out there!”

If you want to dance in the sun and have a taste of Eden abroad then visit www.TheLostDisco.co.uk for more information.