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Stop Making Sense Festival returns to The Garden Tisno

Stop Making Sense announce this years summer outing with a brand new date for the 2015 edition, now set for a long-weekend between 16th-19th July 2015. Taking over the idyllic setting of The Garden Tisno, Croatia’s famed sunset hotspot.
Music runs through the site for 18 hours a day as The Beach Bar moves party-people from day to night, plus legendary Barbarella’s Discotheque becomes a sanctuary for late-night action, perfect for those seasoned ravers set to carry on into the early hours. Powering the parties will be  Corsica Studios, Scottish institution Sub Club, and deep-house upstarts Get Diverted, as well as collectives Tessellate, Warm and more TBA all stepping in to join the fun. Full artist lineup will be revealed in the coming few weeks.
Offering a relaxed, free-spirited family vibe combined with a discerning bookings policy that spans eclectic underground tastes, Stop Making Sense is the best kept secret on the Croatian festival calendar. From house, disco and techno to electro, soul and funk, festival-goers can expect four days and four nights of dancing, feasting, lounging and partying in the sea, in the sun, and under the stars.

The Garden Tisno offers up plenty of four-day or week-long accommodation options and flexible ticket packages, starting from just £128 for four days DIY camping and festival ticket, including access to all festival areas and Barbarella’s Discotheque. Luxury Shikars, incredible airsteam trailers and even wooden yachts are all within easy reach of the festival site for adventurous festival goers, as well as 80 air-conditioned apartments. On-site accommodation is limited, more information can be found on the website: stopmakingsense.eu/sms-tickets/ Festival only tickets can also be purchased separately for £80.
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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