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EXIT expects another successful year in 2023 after a record-breaking year that saw EXIT host 26 events in 10 countries. Since EXIT gave the festival industry a new lease of life in 2021 as the first large event to return following the corona crisis, the organisers were optimistic and hoped for a positive year. In the end, 2022 was a milestone for the distinguished Serbian festival.

With eight festivals, a virtual reality showcase at Expo Dubai, a partnership with one of the largest metaverse conferences in Europe, 18 various music events, and sold-out NFT collections with world-famous superstars, EXIT became one of the largest independently owned festival organisations in the world.

EXIT events took place in Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, UAE, Netherlands, Turkey, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania and Slovenia. They were visited by around half a million people – the largest number in the festival’s history. EXIT was also shortlisted for three European Festival Awards.

EXIT, Sea Dance, Sea Star, Ada Divine Awakening, two editions of No Sleep festival, WOMBA and Get Excited marked a true comeback of the festival industry in the Balkans with headliners such as Calvin Harris, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Iggy Azalea and other global superstars.

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“INNOVATION IN TODAY’S WORLD IS THE MAIN PARAMETER FOR THE SUCCESS OF ANY ORGANISATION.”

“Innovation in today’s world is the main parameter for the success of any organisation. We are proud to continuously expand the boundaries of the festival experience and provide fans with not only top-class entertainment but also the opportunity for education and personal growth of each individual,” says the founder and CEO of the festival, Dusan Kovacevic.

“In 2023, we will continue to prioritise improving the mental health of young people as one of the main challenges of today, and we are also planning the return of our environmental project Life Stream, which we launched in 2020 with the United Nations World Food Program, the largest humanitarian organisation in the world,” adds Kovacevic.

With an innovative spirit, the festival’s organisation looks forward to another promising year.

Find out more about the EXIT festival here.