Faith No More, Klaxons, Chromeo, The Horrors, Miike Snow and more have been added to the already incredible line-up for this year's Exit Festival.
Legendary Californian rock band Faith No More will bring a slice of metal history to life with an eagerly anticipated performance on the Main Stage. Also announced are Klaxons - who will be adding some dance punk to the mix - while on the indie and rock tip, Bad Brains will vibrate the fortress walls to the max with UK indie rock band The Horrors and Slovenian punk band Elvis Jackson in support. DJ Shadow and Ms Dynamite are also set to join the already confirmed Chemical Brothers, LCD Soundsystem, Mika, Missy Elliot, Placebo, Royksopp and Pendulum live.
The mighty Dance Arena adds Canadian funksters Chromeo live and Zombie Disco Squad to the already massive line up of David Guetta, Crystal Castles live, Ricardo Villalobos, Josh Wink, Moderat live, Crookers, Boys Noize, Erol Alkan, A-Trak, SebastiAn, Busy P, DJ Mehdi, Laidback Luke, Dirty South, Riva Starr, Black Rose, Ost & Kjex live, Solomun, Ida Engberg, and Wannabe A Star.
EXIT is a also huge supporter of Drum & Bass with 4 nights of big bassline sounds, the Main Stage after 2am program features the scene's top artists including; DJ Zinc & Dynamite MC, DJ Friction & MC I.D, Breakage & Stamina MC, London Elektricity & MC Wrec, Foreign Beggars, DJ Randall & MC Moose, Mistajam & MC Majestic, Plastician, DJ Chef & MC Flowdan, South Rakkas Crew feat Serocee & Lady Chann.
And if that wasn't enough, EXIT is crammed with 20 stages featuring a broad and staggering array of artists. The Fusion Stage is where you will find cool bands featuring New York experimental rocksters Yeasayer, Sweden's trio Miike Snow, Berlin based indie punk band Bonaparte and Croatia's TBF joining the already confirmed Does it Offend You Yeah?, Midnight Juggernauts, Jamaica, Antenat and Bambi Molesters to name but a few.
Taking place from Thursday 8th - Sunday 11th July, in the magical Petrovaradin Fortress overlooking the river Danube, EXIT has a variety of stages to appeal to absolutely everyone, cheap food and drink onsite and the best campsite entertainment whilst bathing in the hot Balkan sunshine.
Weekend tickets are just £85 until the end of May, then increasing to £99 in June.