Published INmusica program by day



Author: Matina Tenžera

One-day tickets are also on sale

Who waits, waits, and we waited for ours – INmusic released one-day tickets for sale, as well as the festival program by day.

One-day tickets at a price of EUR 89 (+ transaction costs) for the 1st and 3rd days of the festival, and one-day tickets at a price of EUR 94 (+ transaction costs) for the 2nd festival day can be purchased exclusively through the official INmusic festival webshop. The quantities of one-day tickets are limited, and if they are not sold out in advance, they will also be available at the box office at the entrance of the festival. Daily tickets are ideal for those visitors who are unable to visit all three days of the festival, and the purchased ticket is valid only for the exact day of the festival for which the ticket was purchased, i.e. a ticket purchased for example for the third day of the festival cannot be used for the first or second festival day.

Most interest for the second festival day

INmusic festival is the longest-running Croatian multi-day open-air festival that has been dedicated to promoting festival culture in Croatia since its first edition in 2006 and provides visitors with a unique and complete musical experience through a festival program spread over three days, and three-day festival tickets are available at a price of 99 EUR (+ transaction costs) via the official INmusic webshop and in the Dirty Old Shop (Tratinska 34, Zagreb) at a price of EUR 99. Through the official festival webshop, seven-day camping tickets are also available at a price of EUR 49, which are valid only in combination with a three-day ticket for INmusic festival #16.

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