EXIT is the largest electronic music gathering in Europe and it goes down from 10th – 14th July at the famous Petrovaradin Fortress, Serbia.

EXIT Festival’s mts Dance Arena has long been a temple of electronic music with top-notch lineups soundtracking dancing in the mediaeval trenches and this year will be no different.

Playing this year are Carl Cox, Bonobo, ARTBAT, Black Coffee, Maceo Plex, Sama’ Abdulhadi, Klangkuenstler, Carlita, I Hate Models, Patrick Mason, Franky Wah, Barry Can’t Swim, Argy b2b Vintage Culture, Avantika, Human Rias, and many more.

Here are 5 acts key to see.

Maceo Plex

Maceo Plex continues to be one of electronic music’s most recognisable names. He has fomented his own uniquely interplanetary take on forward-thinking, melodic techno and deep house whilst being the driving force behind Lone Romantic and Ellum Audio.

Black Eyed Peas

The Black Eyed Peas, a dynamic American group, seamlessly blends hip-hop, pop, and dance music. Formed in 1995, the band achieved global fame with hits like “Where Is the Love?” and “I Gotta Feeling.” Known for their energetic performances and innovative sound, the group includes will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo, and vocalist Fergie, and they always bring big energy.

Rudimental

This legendary British drum & bass band, is renowned for their energetic and soulful sound and gained widespread acclaim with their debut album “Home” in 2013, featuring hits like “Feel the Love” and “Waiting All Night.” Known for their collaborations with diverse artists, Rudimental’s music blends drum and bass, soul, and electronic elements, creating uplifting sounds for great parties.

Tom Morello

Morello is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and political activist wh has been in several key bands including Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave. Between 2016 and 2019, he was a member of the supergroup Prophets of Rage and will bring some epic riff action to Exit.

Barry Can’t Swim

Fresh off the back of a superb album on Nina Tune, Barry Can’t Swim makes emotive bangers, cultured club tracks and plenty in between so is perfect for a big festival stage.