After last year's intimate odyssey at Electric Elephant on the stunning Adriatic coast, the festival returns for its 7th year from July 10th - 14th. Set near the idyllic town of Tisno, it is a celebration of amazing music and the glorious sun, an intimate paean to dancing the night away under a starlit sky until dawn with like-minded souls from around the world. In 2014 Electric Elephant once again welcomes many fresh new names alongside some familiar faces, with more to be revealed in the New Year.
The Garden Tisno is a picture perfect paradise on the Dalmatian coast, with its main stage and secluded sandy bay and beach bar overlooking the crystal clear sea. During the afternoon and evening there are voyages on the legendary Argonaughty which sets sail out across the glittering Adriatic waters, and the sublime magic continues with nightly after parties at the amazing outdoor club, Barbarella's Discotheque, to party under the stars and see the sunrise. The site features onsite apartments and luxury Shikar tents, whilst Tisno itself is a picture-postcard town with restaurants, shops, bars and accommodation options. The beautiful cities of Split and Zadar are close by, with stunning national parks, secluded beaches and beautiful islands close by.
Don't forget Double Whammy tickets are available for Electric Elephant and fellow Croatian session The Garden Festival for just £150 for both festivals.
Thurs 10th - Mon 14th July 2014
@ The Garden Tisno, Petrica Glava 34, 22240, Tisno, Croatia
Full weekend tickets: £120
Double Whammy pass with Electric Elephant and The Garden Festival: £150
Electric Elephant - The Story So Far:
Horse Meat Disco
The Numero Group
Down To The Sea & Back - Kelvin Andrews & Balearic Mike
Idiots Are Winning - Jake Manders & Louis Finch
2 Billion Beats
Nick Acid Tree
Home Grown DJs
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