Even more awesome names join the INmusic 2018 line-up

The line-up of one of Europe’s best festivals continues to get even better, with more names added to INmusic Festival 2018.

Set in Croatia’s scenic Zagreb lakeside, last year’s spectacular saw performances from Kasabian, Alt-J, Kings Of Leon, Arcade Fire, Slaves and many more.

Now, joining the previously announced acts of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and fellow headliners Queens Of The Stone Age (not to mention Talking Heads’ icon David Byrne), will be Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Alice In Chains and The Kills.

INmusic will take place from June 25-27. For tickets and more information, visit here.


Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are currently on tour in support of their acclaimed 2017 album ‘Modern Ruin‘, with their campaign on the road stretching well into next year.

One of the most influential grunge bands of all time alongside the likes of Pearl Jam and Nirvana, Alice In Chains are working up to a huge year ahead after releasing their previous album ‘The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here’ back in 2013.


As well as touring with Foo Fighters next year, The Kills are also looking to start work on new material.

“It’s very trying and you can’t really have too many dreams of a normal balanced life,” The Kills Alison Mosshart told NME earlier this year. “It’s just one thing or the other half the time. You do catch breaks, but I think that’s more to do with it than anything, so I always have a lot respect for bands that have stuck around for a really long time. Especially the ones that aren’t playing stadiums and arenas, because I know that until you get to that level it is really, really tooth and nail.”


She added: “Whatever crazy idea comes into our heads, that’s like gold. I don’t know that many people that would put up with me for that long and I don’t think he knows many people that would put up with him for that long.”


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