We love, love, love LoveFest. Towards the end of each summer in Serbia, music, art and youth culture collide for a total LoveFest. Starting at a love bridge party in 2007, it became the biggest festival in the country in 2012 and a year later was nominated for the best overseas festival by UK Festival Awards. Today this electronic music at heart festival is one of the hottest tickets in Europe and with its amazing lake and forest backdrop and a swimming pool it doesn’t fail to tickle all of your senses.

All you need is love – and electronic beats

Fredde le Grand and Dubfire have headlined LoveFest. Serbia’s music, art and cultural extravaganza takes place in Vrnjacka Banja every August. Held over three days and four stages, LoveFest’s house, techno and electro line-up isn’t the only drawcard with a swimming pool onsite and backdrop of forests and a giant lake adding to its’ charm.

In 2015, more than 60,000 people danced at LoveFest. We’re guessing it’s going to be bigger and better in 2016 to celebrate the festival’s tenth birthday. Fire Stage will host the biggest names, while true clubbers and vinyl collectors will at home at the SMF stage. Meanwhile, bands and drum and bass enthusiasts can enjoy a drink at Jack Live Stage. Student Flights can arrange a tour with Beats Travel so you can enjoy LoveFest as part of a larger tour.


When is it?

04th August 2016 to 06th August 2016

Tips and tricks

  • Book a tour with Beats Travel and make LoveFest part of a bigger Serbian tour!

  • You can camp onsite – if you’re booking your own tickets take advantage of the 1 ticket, 1 2-person tent option

  • If you book 4 tickets to LoveFest you only pay for 3 – that’s Love!

  • To get to Vrnjacka Banja, fly to Belgrade airport and then bus or train it to the town. Generally the buses are faster and take about 3 hours.

  • You need to buy Lovefest tokens to buy food and drinks.

  • August is the warmest month in Vrnjacka Banja, but you are in Serbia so bring some warm stuff

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