In 2012, Soundwave Croatia relocated to the festival grounds located at The Garden, Tisno. This incredibly beautiful site is located just a short walk around the bay from the small Dalmatian town of Tisno. Tisno straddles the Croatian mainland and the Island of Murter, linked by a 20m bridge. Located 45km south of Zadar airport and 65km north of Split airport, Tisno is ideally situated for those of you flying in. The charming town is picture perfect with a host of restaurants, cafes, apartments and small boutique hotels.
Within the festival site itself and built up on the hills overlooking the bay is a small onsite apartment village and luxury boutique camping for those who want to be as close to the action as possible whilst a short walk around the bay there is an abundance of beds in the stunning setting of Tisno.
The festival site is on a beautiful strip of coastline where the Dalmatian Coast meets the Adriatic Sea. The main stage arena is a little bigger in capacity than previously and is now set in a tree lined area of parkland in the centre of the site just moments from the seafront.
The Beach Stage for dancing in the glistening Adriatic listening to your favourite DJs play through a crystal clear Funktion 1 system.
Barbarella’s open-air Discotheque has room for everyone to dance in the warm moonlit night to their favourite DJs until the early hours.
The Garden Tisno has its very own dock so those embarking on the twice daily boat parties can walk from Main Stage to boat in seconds and with the Kornati islands only a short distance away expect stunning scenery and sunsets on your voyages.
You can come and stay for a week or just a long weekend, although there are five days of music programmed and the bulk of it happens across the weekend so if you can’t get away from the office for longer than that you won’t be missing out on too much fun.
The surrounding area is equally beautiful and there is loads to do such as island hopping, exploring the national parks and nearby mountains, enjoying the culinary delights of the local farming and fishing villages, relaxing on any of the various beaches or maybe you’ll just wave the flag for brits abroad and get sun-burnt, obnoxiously drunk and locked up (Joke – please dont wave that flag). For more info please visit the local tourist board – www.croatia.hr