The biggest open-air festival in Croatia
2015 will mark INmusic's 10th anniverary, clocking up a decade of amazing crowds and perfectly weighted lineups at one of indie and rock's greatest representatives.
After an inaugural edition that skyrocketed to international acclaim with headliners Morrisey and Franz Ferdinand, the INmusic stages have been graced by no lesser lights than Sonic Youth, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Arcade Fire, The Black Keys, Pixies – we could go on.
An ever-present spark of electronic and RnB acts – The Prodigy, Cypress Hill, Massive Attack, New Order – has also helped INmusic draw crowds of over 65,000 year after year to the small, intimate Youth Island in the south-west of Zagreb.
Setting INmusic apart from both the city and most other festivals like it, the stunning scenery of Lake Jarun has been a big part of the festival's unique, family-like atmosphere since the very start in 2006. One of Europe's most loved festivals is reaching double figures, and it's going to be a special one.
Zagreb's Lake Jarun is formed by the Sava River, which runs through the south of the Croatian capital. Home to the Jarun Sports and Leisure Centre, the lake is lined with beaches and thickly-clad with forest on the south-western shore.
INmusic takes place on two islands in the middle of the lake, and principally on Youth Island.
Lake Jarun, Zagreb, 10100, Croatia
Zagreb Aiport is around half an hour from the city centre, and shuttle buses do the journey every 30 minutes.
From the Central Railway Station, the best route is to take a number 4 tram heading south as far as the 'Savski most' stop. From there, number 5 and 17 trams both run to the Jarun stop.
From the Zagreb Central Bus Terminal, you can get straight onto a number 5 tram.
All public transport in and around Zagreb is free with an INmusic Festival ticket.
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