Stop Making Sense 2014Comment
Delivering a truly unique beach party experience in a beautiful location, Stop Making Sense Festival returns to Croatia's picture-perfect Dalmatian Coast for its fifth year, from July 31 to August 3 2014.
Delivering a truly unique beach party experience in a beautiful location, Stop Making Sense returns to Croatia’s picture-perfect Dalmatian Coast for its fifth year, from July 31 to August 3 2014. An essential stop on the festival-holiday calendar, Stop Making Sense is renowned for providing an escape, perfectly soundtracked by carefully selected DJs and artists who really bring this event to life.
For 2014 Stop Making Sense links up with Will Saul’s pivotal label Aus Music which returns for a second time, Glasgow’s legendary Sub Club is in full effect, and Corsica Studios’ flagship night Trouble Vision and the legendary Warm gang bring the party once again. South London’s Get Diverted make their debut appearance, and East London scoundrels Orlando Boom are back for their third year, and Dalston Superstore residents Abattoir make their first trip out to Croatia. And with Danza Macabra, Lovesick and Croatia Calling completing the promoter lineup, 2014 is going to be a bumper year. And there’s still a promoter announcement to come, as well as headliners from each crew and a full lineup.
Located in the Croatian town of Tisno, Stop Making Sense makes full use of its stunning surroundings, with stages including the beach bar, the wood stage, set among the Mediterranean pines and oak trees, and the outdoor nightclub Barbarella’s Discotheque, where the party continues until sunrise. Providing 18 hours a day of music to move you, Stop Making Sense offers house, techno and electro, funk, soul and disco, and boat parties host revellers, taking in some of the idyllic sights of the coast. Enjoy the tunes at the tiki bar, feast in the town, lounge on the beach, or simply dance in the sunshine like it’s all that matters.
A summer haven for music lovers, festival-goers and holidaymakers alike, Stop Making Sense simply needs to be experienced to be believed.
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