8 Aug 2021 - 12 Aug 2021
Barrakud Croatia Festival returns to Zrće beach for five days of blistering techno across Papaya, Aquarius, Kalypso and Noa Beach clubs.
Barrakud Croatia’s recent lineups have included Paul Kalkbrenner, Claptone, Ben Klock and Marcel Dettmann, who all played out in the summer sun in the now infamous European party hotspot.
Alongside the open-air club parties, Barrakud Croatia also hosts a boat party on the beautiful Adriatic sea, giving techno fans five days and nights of pure hedonism in the company of some of their favourite DJs.
Barrakud Croatia 2020 was postponed to 2021, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Tickets remain valid for the 2021 edition. You can read the Festival’s statement here
Barrakud Croatia 2021 Lineup
Lineup to be announced closer to the festival.
Sun 11 Aug
Dubfire / Bowland [live] / Alessio Lerma
Mon 12 Aug
Dubfire / Philipp & Cole
Ellen Allien / Monoloc / Adiel / Bertrand
Tue 13 Aug
Paul Kalkbrenner / Philipp & Cole / K-Paul / Philipp Straub
Wed 14 Aug
Davide Squillace / Francisco Allendes / Solardo / Federico Guttadauro
Thu 15 Aug
Marco Faraone / FJAAK [live] / Gladis
Aquarius (Special Closing Show)
COSMO / Ivreatronic [DJ set] / Funclab Records [DJ set]
Barrakud Croatia 2021 Tickets
The city of Novalja and the island of Pag offer a wide range of accommodation options. Book your stay for Barrakud Croatia using the map below or visit booking.com
BY BUS FROM ZADAR
There are a handful of buses running this route per day. It’s a shorter journey, about 1hr 30 mins and BusCroatia will cost €10-15.
The best route from Split to Novalja is to take a taxi to nearby town of Trogir (approx. €25-30) and then take the bus to Zadar with BusCroatia (approx. €12-19). The journey lasts around 2 hrs 40 mins. From Zadar, you will need take the bus to Novalja.
The nearest airport to the festival is Zadar Airport, around 50km away, and is served by destinations across much of Europe. Split airport is the largest in the south of Croatia, just a few hours further down the coast.