Zagreb’s INmusic festival has been running since 2006, and takes place in an idyllic location by a lake.
Former Yugoslavian countries seem to be getting a dozen new festivals every season, ranging from electronic to indie music. Zagreb’s INmusic festival has been running since 2006, and takes place in an idyllic location by a lake, which coupled with the fact that the weather in June is magnificent already makes it a darn sight more appealing than trudging around a muddy field in the rain for four days. Line ups are fairly varied with a good mix of big names and more alternative acts, and in the past have included Massive Attack, Franz Ferdinand, Lilly Allen, Arcade Fire and LCD Soundsystem. You can camp for the six days the festival runs for, and the campsite even boasts wireless internet, laptop and phone charging and luggage storage. Now you don’t get that at your average music festival.
Map showing the location of T-Mobile INmusic Festival