The next edition of the EXIT Festival will be held from 6 to 9 July and will celebrate the 50th anniversary of hip-hop with Wu-Tang Clan. In addition to the already announced arrival of some of the musical stars, such as The Prodigy, Skrillex, Viagra Boys, Alesso, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Sofi Tukker, Claptone, Chase & Estado, Keinemusik, CamelPhat, Hot Since 82, Vintage Culture and Indira Paganotto.
The old guard will come together to represent the Blackout hip-hop community celebrating their own 30th anniversary. This showcase will feature founder Phat Phillie, alongside Bolesna Braća, Ajs Nigrutin & Smoke Mardeljano, Prti Bee Gee, Njezz and Bege Fank. Outstanding female support will be provided by Mimi Mercedez, Tam, Micka Lifa and Macha Ravel,while the male support will come from Z++, 30zone, Crni Cerak & Lacku, Kene Beri & Spejs Noksi, Hiljson Mandela, Bore Balboa, Fox & Surreal, Kendi, Ognjen, Grše, Ružno Pače, Yung Bude, Podočnjaci, Dino Blunt, TTM, 2xŠihta and Thicc Boi.
Phat Phillie with his influential 30-year old regional hip-hop community gathered around the Blackout organisation, as well as the Bassivity label, celebrating 20 years since its first edition, will also land at the EXIT Universe. With this incredible support, Fortress Petrovaradin will once again be one of the hubs of the global festival scene.
Wu-Tang Clan marked the first ten years of their existence as the craziest, most influential, most avant-garde and overall best band of the last decade according to NME in 2005.
Rap and trap will mix, from 6-9 July, with a powerful line-up that includes the most requested tour headliner The Prodigy, Grammy winner Skrillex, Alesso, Viagra Boys, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Keinemusik, Hot Since 82, Indira Paganotto, Chase & Status, CamelPhat, Claptone, Sofi Tukker, LF System, Burak Yeter and many more artists to be announced soon.
Wu-Tang Clan marked the first ten years of their existence as the craziest, most influential, avant-garde and overall best band of the last decade according to NME in 2005. That description has remained the status quo to this day. The prestigious Rolling Stone called them the greatest rap group of all time, NME added that they changed hip-hop forever, and Billboard defined their importance with a simple phrase: Wu-Tang is forever.
They have released eight albums and sold over 40 million copies, creating a body of work that redefined hip-hop as a genre, exerting a powerful influence on legends such as Jay Z, Nas, Snoop Dogg, The Notorious B.I.G., Alicia Keys, Kanye West, as well as the new wave of stars such as Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross and many others.
Regular and VIP 4-day tickets are available through the festival’s official website.
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