After this year’s highly successful EXIT Adventure, both EXIT and Sea Dance festivals are nominated again at the prestigious European Festival Awards! The winner in 2013 and one of the runners up in the last three years, EXIT festival has been nominated for the “Best European Festival” award, the eight time in a row. The sea edition of EXIT Adventure, the Sea Dance festival, was also nominated for the third time in a row, for the “Best Medium-Festival Award.” Voting for the European Festival Awards starts today and lasts until 31 October, with voters joining the game to win VIP tickets to all award-winning festivals.
Vote for EXIT and Sea Dance festival AT THIS LINK.
While at it, vote for another EXIT Adventure festival, Revolution, nominated in categories for Best Small Festival and Best New Festival!
EXIT festival is competing against 32 festivals from 16 countries, along with other leading European festivals such as Glastonbury, Lollapalooza, Roskilde and Tomorrowland. Sea Dance is competing for the title with 75 events and festivals like Best Kept Secret, Melt!, Volt, Sumer’s Tale, Electric Castle. Along with the votes by a prominent jury, made up of notable individuals in the music industry, the votes by the public of the world will decide on the final outcome of this year’s candidates. The winners will be announced during the awards ceremony at the opening of the Eurosonic Noorderslag festival in Groningen, Holland, on 11 January 2017.
EXIT has won this award twice already, in 2007 and 2013, while Sea Dance got its first festival “Oscar” in 2014. This year, EXIT was also named “best festival” by European Best Destinations, a leading tourist award, leaving behind Glastonbury, Sziget, Tomorrowland and others, and has been included in top-lists of the best festivals in 2016 by New York Times, The Guardian, CNN, Vogue and countless others. A special recognition came from the leading music magazine DJ Mag, which wrote in its september issue: Exit today is more than a festival, a movement, a brand. Together with Sea Dance festival, EXIT is a culture in and of itself.”