This year's Exit Festival will be taken over by The Prodigy and their travelling Warriors Dance show! Featuring a festival within a festival for the first time in its history, EXIT R:Evolution grows stronger day by day, promising one of the best festival editions ever!
Having already taken command and ruled the EXIT Main stage twice The Prodigy make a welcome return to deliver one of the most impressive and energy-packed shows on the planet. Working on the new album has not taken any energy out of their signature live shows combining the band's performance with cutting edge international acts chosen by the band themselves. Warriors Dance represents a surge of exciting vibes ranging from The Prodigy's iconic anthems to seismic sub-low dubstep, live drum&bass and mighty guitar riffs all combining to make the ultimate festival experience.
Say The Prodigy "EXIT has a crazy wild side that only very few festivals have. We fukin' luv it. Come on!!!"
Having said that Serbia is one of their favourite destinations more than once, Liam Howlett, Keith Flint and Maxim Reality continue to pay respect to hyped up crowds confirming that EXIT Festival Warriors Dance will be exclusive and the only one in Europe in 2013.
The historic Petrovaradin fortress will be decorated as a Warriors Dance battlefield with art installations and hundreds of flags inviting crowds to take part in this memorable event. Hosts of the show, The Prodigy are expected to perform their defining hits combined with new songs from forthcoming album titled ?How to Steal a Jet Fighter?.
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