This year's Sea Dance will feature the most powerful festival production ever seen in Montenegro. During all three days of the festival, a complete Exit production will be staged according to the demands of one of the most demanding performers in the world, David Guetta, with equipment that is shipped in on as many as 11 tow trucks.
About 120 people take part in the stage set up at the festival venue, while during the festival, from Friday 30 August to 1 September, the number of people engaged will exceed one thousand. Especially for this year's Sea Dance, eight latest-generation color lasers arrive from Greece, which, with special accessories, 126 lighting fixtures and numerous additional stage effects, creates impressive scenes over the entire festival space.
The main stage, in its construction, weighs more than 50 tons of steel and aluminum, and will carry equipment from the largest Exit stages. In addition to Guetta, this stage will feature numerous other performers, including Robin Schulz, Sven Vath, Richie Hawtin, "Disciples", "Ofenbach", Darko Rundek, Senidah.
The production of the No Sleep stage will also be more massive this year and is located in a new location right on the beach, just below the hill separating Buljarica from Petrovac.
The festival will be complemented by a new creative “Living Culture” zone dedicated to the promotion of local authors, implemented by the EXIT team in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
There is a huge demand for tickets for this year's festival. One-day tickets are also on sale for the first and second days at 17.99 euros each, while the price for the third day is 19.99 euros. A set of tickets can still be purchased today at the cost of 34.99 euros.
From Friday 30 August, the price will be 50 euros and one-day tickets for 19.99 euros for Friday and Saturday, which Sunday is 24.99 euros. Tickets are available at the GIGSTIX sales network at 54 sale points in 23 cities in Montenegro, and more information can be found on the official website of the Sea Dance Festival.
Text by Marija Vasic, on August 29th, 2019, read more at Vijesti