Stop Making Sense 2015
16th-19th July 2015
The Garden Tisno, Croatia
Fancy four days and four nights spent partying on the idyllic Adriatic coast? This year’s Stop Making Sense is the perfect Croatian adventure, striking the perfect balance between an all-out rave with the hottest underground acts with a blissful escape for those detouring the hustle. Between the 16th – 19th July, the Stop Making Sense family invite festival-goers to let loose by dancing, feasting, lounging and partying in one of Croatia’s most stunning settings, The Garden Tisno. With ticket and accommodation bundles starting at £128, there is no excuse to miss out.
With a creatively crafted line-up, Stop Making Sense connects the dots between the eclectic realms of electronica for a great price. Repping for Germany is DJ Koze, fresh from his DJ Kicks release that’s cemented his place as one of the most interesting artists today. Vibe conductor Skream joins in on the Sunday for Sub Club, whilst disco-king The Revenge, leftfield maestro Martyn, visionary Antony Naples and house-historian Nick Hoppner also step up between Thursday and Sunday. Marking 10 years of mobilee, Anja Schneider and Sebo K also bring the mobilee crew, plus regulars Sub Club, Warm, Mobilee, Get Diverted, Tessellate, Percolate, Not So Silent and Corsica Studios. Radio host Jan Kinčl and Croatian DJ competition winner bring local sounds. Redlight Disco and Running Wild make final additions, bringing sunshine sessions to the Beach Bar.
Stop Making Sense finds its home across The Garden Tisno’s stunning arenas – the Beach Bar and Barbarella’s, not forgetting the twice-daily boat parties setting sail across the Adriatic sea. A hidden gem in the Croatian festival crown, Stop Making Sense is an affordable holiday for those looking to spend sun-kissed days in a jaw-dropping setting without breaking the bank. Ticket packages start from just £128 for four days DIY camping and tickets. Luxury Shikars, airsteam trailers and even wooden yachts are all within easy reach of the festival site for the more adventurous, as well as air-conditioned apartments. On-site accommodation is limited and more information can be found on the website: tinyurl.com/SMSAccom. Festival only tickets can also be purchased separately for £80, as well as day tickets.
Tisno is easily accessible from Split and Zadar airports, with affordable flights available from most major European cities. As a major Croatian hub of activity, Tisno provides plenty of options for sight-seeing, fine drinking and food, plus plenty to do for those who might want to extend their trip past the festival.