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Hideout 2015 Unveils Epic Boat Party Lineup For Fifth Birthday



Hideout Festival in Croatia has just announced the program for this years boat parties!

Taking place from 28th June – 2nd July, they are very much a highlight of the week, collaborating with the best underground artists, labels and partners for no less than 26 boats, the fifth birthday soirée is guaranteed to be unsurpassed. Artist highlights include house duo Bondax, Dusky, Citizenn; Lobster Boy cohorts Redlight & Mak & Pastemen, B.Traits, Route 94, Duke Dumont, Skream, Hannah Wants, Eats Everything and more.

For those lucky enough to get tickets for the main event, boat party passes will be on-sale on Thursday from £20, but be advised they get snapped up quick! For more information visit hideoutfestival.com.

Check out the full line-up below.




Welcome Boat – People Get Real / The Sonic Emporium / Mike Jones / Grainger
MODA BLACK  – Jaymo & Andy George / Tom Trago


Lobster Boy – Redlight / Mak & Pasteman
Bondax & Friends – Bondax / Starslinger
NoFitState  – Simon Baker / Geddes / Matthew Styles
Dusky Presents – Dusky / Citizenn
Kaluki –  Patrick Topping / Subb An
Thump – Bicep / Chez Damier


Street Tracks – Waze & Odyssey / Jonas Rathsman
FRIENDS WITHIN  – Friend Within / Jax Jones
20:20 Vision – Ejeca  / Ralph Lawson
Temple – Route 94 / Artwork
What Hannah Wants – Hannah Wants / My Nu Leng
I’m A House Gangster – DJ Sneak / PBR Streetgang


B Traits and Friends – B -Traits / Isaac Tichauer
Metropolis – Wilkinson & MC AD-APT / Dimension
Hypercolour – Huxley / Last Magpie / Ste Roberts
Blase Boys Club – Duke Dumont / Gotsome
SKREAMIZM – Skream / Derrick Carter
Viva Warriors – Steve Lawler / Detlef


Secondcity Invites – Secondcity / Oliver Dollar / Andrea Oliva
Speakerbox – Sigma / Mistajam / North Base
Monki and Friends – Monki / Mele  / MJ Cole
Edible – Eats Everything / Jasper James
Digital Soundboy – Shy FX / Chris Lorenzo
Eton Messy – Blonde / Eton Messy DJs

More information for Hideout Festival accommodation is available here

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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