Suede and Garbage lead the new names joining INmusic festival line-up for 2019

Foals and The Cure have already been announced for the event

Croatia’s INmusic festival has announced the latest wave of acts, and it’s led by the likes of Suede, Garbage and Kurt Vile & The Violators.

The Zagreb festival returns once more between June 24th and June 26th, led by a line-up that includes the previously announced Foals & The Cure.

However, it seems that the rest of the bill is equally impressive. It’s now been confirmed that Suede, Garbage, Kurt Vile and Frank Turner will all play at the festival.

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They join a line-up that also includes the likes of LP, Sofi Tukker, Peter Bjorn & John and Skindred.

The Tesla Tower and Lake Jarun of INMusic

Weekend tickets begin from 67 EUR/£59 and you can buy them here.

In 2018, NME described INmusic as “the hidden gem of festival season”.

“It’s become well established that the European festival circuit’s chockablock with parties that offer all the fun – sick line-ups! New music discovery! Drinking! – of UK shindigs, but with the added allure of sun (and a sense of escapism) that you can’t always rely on at home. Few, though, are as enticing as INmusic, the Croatian festival that will soon to enjoy its 14th glorious year, set beside the beautiful Lake Jarun and with a history of world-class performers.”

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Last year’s festival saw performances from the likes of Interpol and Nick Cave.

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