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The Croatian festival will return to the Isle of Youth in Zagreb’s Lake Jarun for the 13th consecutive year, and it’s already assembling one of the strongest European festival bills of next summer.
Talking Heads icon David Byrne will play the festival’s main stage, and he’s reportedly set to deliver “another spectacular and unique artistic performance” that will touch on a career spanning over 40 years.
Skunk Anansie, meanwhile, will bring a unique slice of British rock to Croatia for their first festival appearance of the summer, with the performance coming after the heavyweights returned in 2016 with latest album ‘Anarchytecture’.
You can buy tickets here, which start from an extremely reasonable £43 for three days.
Alongside the music, INmusic is known for being one of the most idyllic festivals in Europe, situated on three lake islands with exclusive beaches in every direction.
It’s also located in a picturesque location that just 20 minutes’ drive from the centre of Croatia’s capital city, Zagreb.
This year, Alt-J played their first show for eighteen months at INmusic on a line-up that also included the likes of Kasabian and Kings of Leon.