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Hideout Festival 2020
Andy C + Camelphat + Chase & Status (Dj Set) + Crucast + Fisher + Gorgon City + Hannah Wants + Holy Goof + Hot Since 82 + Hybrid Minds + Jamie Jones + Mall Grab + Mk + Patrick Topping + Shy Fx + Skream + Solardo + Artwork + Clipz + Danny Howard + Dj Q + Horse Meat Disco + Kettama + Kings Of The Rollers + Leftwing:kody + Mark Knight + Max Chapman + Rebuke + Redlight + Ross From Friends (Dj Set) + Sam Divine + Bou + Dj Hype + Gw Harrison + Harriet Jaxxon + Jaguar + Jansons + Kc Lights + Randall + Watch The Ride + Artistas Por Anunciar

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LUGAR: Zrce Beach
DIRECCIÓN: Zrce Beach
LOCALIDAD: Novalja, Island of Pag
PAÍS: Croacia

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Del 21 al 25 de junio de 2020

Much loved Croatian festival Hideout announces the first wave of headliners for their 2020 event. Welcoming some of the biggest names in dance music to celebrate 10 years on the beautiful Adriatic island of Pag. Renowned for their forward thinking booking policy, the team behind the Hideout brand have compiled a bill of the freshest talent in dance music and welcome back some very familiar faces. All this alongside blow out production and unreal views over the Adriatic make Hideout 2020 a party not to be missed. 

Pioneers of the European festival market for a decade, Hideout launch their 2020 line up alongside a full new brand concept breathing fresh life into the event which has paved the way for other European festivals since its inception in 2010 when 3,000 ravers first made their way to Pag.

Going back to their roots, the Hideout crew are channelling nineties rave vibes with their new brand identity and are continuing to focus on a broad booking policy, while remaining an inclusive brand with forward thinking ravers in mind.

Set against the scenic Adriatic shores, soundtracked by the best in house, techno, disco, grime, DnB, garage and beyond, Hideout have announced a hefty first wave with leading house producer MK, alongside Hot Creations boss man Jamie Jones and two of the most exciting names in future garage Gorgon City - all returning to the island for another sun-soaked week of big beats and even bigger vibes. 

Back for another year after a sell out boat party and highlight DJ set in 2019, Campelhat bring the bangers back to Hideout, with Australian favourite chart topper Fisher also coming along for the ride. Next up, jackin’ house Hot Since 82 form the 2020 programme will join in, alongside Trick label boss Patrick Topping and Manchester’s most dynamic duo - Solardo.
Elsewhere, after a highlight garage throw-back set last year Hannah Wants is back on the beach, with low fi house legends Mall Grab, Ross From Friends and Artwork providing ravers with the best cuts in house, disco and more. Festival-goers can also expect nothing but feel good anthems from returning favourites Horse Meat Disco, Sam Divine and Danny Howard. 

On a heavier tip, RAM Records label head and pioneering D’n’B producer Andy C will make his return to the festival, alongside Shy FX, midlands producer Holy Goof, London’s bassline outfit Crucast as well as TDQ member DJ Q. That’s not all though, Hackney native DJ Hype will join the line up too providing an up front soundtrack of DnB. 

Known for his high energy performances that span house, techno, dubstep and everything else in between, Skream will play at the Croatian mainstay this year, as will Irish export Kettema. Elsewhere, Abode resident GW Harrison, will be joined by rising tech house don KC Lights.  
With a whole host of other names to still be announced and 2020 set to be the biggest party Zcre Beach has ever seen, Hideout 2020 is not to be missed.  Tier one tickets are now on sale for £149 (+ booking fee) with deposit payments from as little as £75, so act fast to secure your place for what will be a Hideout to remember.
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