The grand finale of EXIT Adventure was Sea Dance festival in Montenegro at the beautiful Adriatic coast. Jamiroquai, Example and Underworld headlined the Main Stage with visitors dancing till sunrise on the stunning Jaz beach with a host of other stages serving up a variety of different music with something for everyone.
In addition to Sea Dance Festival, EXIT stayed true to it's roots and helped to raise money for the flood victims in the Balkans, which saw the worst floods in more than a century and a state of emergency was declared in 14 municipalities. Numerous cities and villages were lost, dozens of people lost their lives, and over one million of people were evacuated.
The "BE HUMAN" was hosted by Jamiroquai and Example and was part of the EXIT foundation's EXIT AID programme, which aimed to raise money for the flood relief efforts in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia. BE HUMAN was held in collaboration with the Municipality of Budva and Dukley Gardens, and supported by the Government of the Republic of Serbia, the Government of Montenegro, Budva Tourism organization and Hipotekarna Bank. Taking place in the luxurious Dukley Gardens complex, Jamiroqui and Example performed a special DJ set which helped raise over 140.000 Euros and 80,000 Euros in goods for flood relief efforts.
Dusan Kovacevic, founder and director of the Exit Festival, spoke at the charity gathering: "I'm pleased to see the EXIT Adventure end with a charity event, the goal of which is to help those who were affected by the catastrophic floods that hit the region a month and a half ago. Social betterment is at the heart of EXIT Festival, so we're glad that we're able to say goodbye to this year's adventure this way, and we'll definitely see you all next year!"
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