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Field Day, Warehouse Project and Hideout Festival promoters start new European event

Disclosure, Four Tet and Jessie Ware to play Unknown festival in Croatia

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The promoters behind Hideout Festival, The Warehouse Project and Field Day have joined together to start a new festival in Croatia.

Named Unknown, the festival will take place in Rovinj, Croatia with Disclosure, TEED, Django Django, Four Tet, Lindstrom, Moderat and Jessie Ware all confirmed to play live so far. There will also be DJ sets from Cyril Hahn, Erol Alkan, Floating Points, James Holden, Jamie XX, Joy Orbison, Julio Bashmore, Optimo, Scuba, SBTRKT and Todd Terje throughout the week, which takes place between September 10-14.

Speaking about his involvement in the festival, Field Day promoter Tom Baker said: "I’m really thrilled to be working with Hideout and The Warehouse Project on a brand new event that combines brilliant live bands alongside some of the best and cutting edge DJs in the world, in a setting of glorious sunshine, clear blue skies and wonderful beaches!! What could be better!"

Artists confirmed for the inaugural Unknown are:

Live
Actress
Disclosure
Django Django
Four Tet
Henrik Schwarz
Jessie Ware
Lindstrom
Moderat
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs


DJ
Ame
Cyril Hahn
Damian Lazarus
Daniel Avery
Daniel Baldelli
Dixon
DJ Koze
Erol Alkan
Floating Points
Francesca Lombardo
Geddes
Giles Smith
James Holden
James Priestley
Jamie XX
Joy Orbison
Julio Bashmore
Kerri Chandler
Michael Mayer
Optimo
Prins Thomas
Richy Ahmed
Scuba
SBTRKT
Subb-an
Tim Sweeney
Todd Terje


Tickets for Unknown are available from today (February 5) priced £99 plus booking fee.

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