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Years & Years, Noisia, Lost Frequencies & More Added to Exit Festival

Serbian Exit Festival has added more big names to its already strong lineup.

Monster acts like Hardwell, The Killers, Liam Gallagher, Alan Walker, and Duke Dumont will be joined by Years & Years, Lost Frequencies, Jason Derulo, Róisín Murphy, Noisia, and more.

Main stage will get huge reinforcements. On Thursday, July 6th, Alan Walker and ex-Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher will be joined by Belgian hitmaker, Lost Frequencies. Known for his hits "Are You With Me," "Beautiful Life" and "Reality" he will make his Exit debut in front of 40,000 fans.

Friday, July 7th will get stronger for British electro pop trio Years & Years. With their #1 album Communion, and platinum hits "Kings," "Desire," "Shine" and "Eyes Shut," they are one of the most wanted acts in Serbia. Saturday, July 8th will bring pop superstar Jason Derulo, as well as Dutch bass heroes Noisia who will make their return after performing this same stage in 2008. Sunday, July 9th will see electro pop diva Róisín Murphy join acts like Hardwell or Rag ‘n’ Bone Man. Murphy will make her return after headlining the main stage with her band Moloko back in 2003.

Underground fans should be happy, too, with No Sleep Novi Sad stage once again teaming up with some of the legendary European clubs. Thursday will be reserved for Sub Club from Glasgow, Scotland, and their 30-year anniversary celebration. Friday will bring the experience from Brussel’s Fuse, while Saturday is for London’s Corsica Studios and Avant Garde organization. Sunday will make return of Paris techno fortress Concrete.

(Francois X at No Sleep Novi Sad stage 2016)

While lineup for the Sub Club and Corsica Studios nights is yet to be announced, Concrete is bringing their heavy artillery. Special b2b set by Antigone and Francois X will be joined by Behzad & Amarou, as well as live shows by Ben Vedren, Leo Pol and Sweely. As a special guest, Voiski will also make an appearance with his exclusive live show.

Brussel’s Fuse will bring New York’s Function, as well as Belgian rising star Charlotte de Witte, European club scene legend Pierre, and Dax J, who recently went through hell after receiving death threats and even being sentenced for one year in prison after playing Muslim call to prayer during his performance at a festival in Tunisia. They will be joined by b2b set from Bosnia’s Forest People, and local techno hero Klaus.

Other stages will also get their share, with rising New York hip hop star Princess Nokia, who will headline the Fusion Stage, and Russian metal band Arkona, Brazilian punk legends Ratos de Porao and San Francisco hardcore mob First Blood who will join Explosive stage.

For more information and tickets, visit festival’s website.

Photos courtesy of EXIT Festival