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INmusic Festival is a Croatian rock and indie music festival held each summer in the country's capital, Zagreb. Now Croatia's biggest and most famous open-air music festival, INmusic attracts fans from across Europe to its intimate, secluded setting.
Festival-goers can expect headline sets from top-tier rockers and indie starlets – recent editions have featured Arcade Fire, Queens of the Stone Age and alt-J – in the beautiful surroundings of Lake Jarun.
Combining the historical heritage of the country, and all that that brings with it, with the tranquility of its lakeside, woodland setting, INmusic creates a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere and one of Europe's most unique music festivals.
Please visit www.inmusicfestival.com/en for more information.
The etheral wailings of Robert Smith set amongst layer upon layer of dark, melancholic guitars, edgey atmospherics and occasional pop wanderings all make up the unmistakable ingredients of The Cure. Whether they're wandering down Fascination Street or in love on a Friday, The Cure remain unmissable.
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From playing chaotic house parties in their home city of Oxford to becoming major festival headliners across Europe, Foals’ trajectory has been remarkable. Since forming in 2005 they’ve earned critical acclaim (NME and Q Award wins, plus Mercury Prize, Ivor Novello and BRIT Award nominations) and fan devotion (1.7 million sales of their four Gold-certified albums, plus over half a billion streams at Spotify since 2015) in equal measure. And while the majority of contemporaries have fallen by the wayside, Foals continue to hit new peaks.
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Laura Pergolizzi is an American pop/rock singer and songwriter, originally from Long Island, New York, who performs under the stage name LP. As a songwriter, she has written for Cher, Rihanna and Christina Aguilera, among others.
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American musician, best known for his solo material and as a former member of indie rock band The War on Drugs. Both in the studio and during live performances, Vile is accompanied by his backing band, The Violators, which currently includes multi-instrumentalists Jesse Trbovich and Rob Laakso, alongside Priestess drummer Vince Nudo.
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Former singer for hardcore outfit Million Dead turned folk troubadour, Frank Turner has seen his fame flourish through, essentially, the old fashioned route - hard work, continuous gigging and word of mouth. His singer-songwriter solo career steadily grew from cult status to an arena filler, eventually playing London's O2 and Wembley Stadium. It has been an eventful decade for the troubadour from Winchester who now resides in Holloway, North London. Turner released his debut album, “Sleep is For The Week”, in 2007 and has been on a stunning upward curve ever since. He is now one of the country’s most cherished songwriters, a man who plays the biggest venues in the land and whose records reach the higher echelons of the charts but who has never lost sight of his original MO: write, record, tour, repeat. His blend of folk-punk-rock and powerful lyrics has seen him continue playing to an already devoted fanbase, but he picks up new fans with every festival appearance and tour.
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Peter Bjorn and John
Stockholm's Peter and Bjorn met as teenagers and in 1999 they met John. Fast forward to 2006 and their breakthrough single 'Young Folks', with it's insanely catchy whistling, together with third album 'Writer's Block', finally saw the band starting to attract a significant following outside their native Sweden. Their addictive blend of indie-folk and shimmery, lovelorn pop songs sees them offer a varied set, ranging from lively Simon And Garfunkel-style folk, through to the kind of laid-back pop we've come to expect from Scandinavian bands like the Cardigans and Wannadies.
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