Pula Music Week will find Charlotte de Witte, Black Coffee and more performing from the historic location.
Renowned events producer Secret Project is executing on new overseas ambitions with Pula Music Week.
Scheduled for the first week of July, top talent from the worlds of techno and house house will converge on Pula, Croatia to deliver DJ sets from within one of the country's historic landmarks.
Artists hailing from all corners of the world, such as Peggy Gou, Solomun, Charlotte de Witte, Black Coffee, Boris Brejcha, Tale Of Us and Disclosure, will deliver sets from the Pula Arena, one of the oldest European amphitheaters. The historic venue is believed to have been built thousands of years ago—between 27 BC and 68 AD—and remains the best-preserved ancient Roman landmark in existence today.
The Pula Arena remains one of the last remaining landmarks from the era of the ancient Roman empire.
Dudlajzov (via Adobe)
Good Night Out Vancouver examined 30 festivals, 23% of which were found to have "easily accessible" codes of conduct or sexual violence policies.
Thanks to a swarm of hungry producers, 2023 is the launchpad for a new era of bass music.
Early fans of Manic Focus are in for a treat when he drops the album, "Never Not Blue."
The slate of shows marks an important step for Secret Project, a brand raised out of Los Angeles which has since expanded to include events overseas in Portugal and Amsterdam as well.
Tickets and travel packages are on sale now. The debut Pula Music Week kicks off June 30th with shows daily running through July 6th.
Sign up for the latest news, exclusive giveaways & more.
The joint festival we needed after a brutal dry spell.
Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Charlotte de Witte, and more will perform virtual DJ sets.
Charlotte de Witte is bringing techno to the dark ages.
Zamna Festival will feature performances from Tale of Us, ARTBAT, Black Coffee and many more from December 31st to January 14th.
The 2022 Zamna Festival will feature headlining performances by renowned artists such as Black Coffee, Tale Of Us, Claptone and more.
Eric Prydz, Zedd, REZZ, and many more will appear at the 2021 edition of EDC Las Vegas, which will unveil a new stage.
Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Armin van Buuren, Charlotte de Witte, Diplo, and many more are primed for DJ sets.
The California festival will also feature performances from CloZee, Black Coffee, Four Tet, and more.