MEET THE LEADING PEOPLE FROM FESTIVALS SUCH AS GLASTONBURY, PRIMAVERA, EUROSONIC AND OTHERS
An excellent opportunity for Croatian music professionals is at this year’s SHIP Festival. A perfect way to meet and present your music at some of the most famous European music festivals. Glastonbury, Primavera Sound, Eurosonic, BUSH, D Fest, EXIT Festival, jazzahead!, MENT Ljubljana, PIN Music Conference, SHARPE, SPIKE, Taksirat, Tallinn Music Week and Waves Vienna is through the Speed Networking – Meet The International Festivals.
Speed Networking will be held on Saturday, September 16, starting at 10 a.m. in the independent cultural centre of Azimut.
You can take advantage of every unique opportunity to make new valuable contacts. To participate, you must register by filling out this form: https://bit.ly/SHIPspeednetworking.
Also, a valid PRO-PASS ticket is required. Applications are open until September 1, 2023
SHIP Festival, which will take place from September 14 to 17 in Šibenik, offers the audience a rich concert program with more than 40 performers from 15 European countries. Chui at the House of Art Arsen and Nu Genea live band, Porto Morto and nemanja at the Fortress of St. Michael opens the festival on September 14. In the next two days of the festival, various local and foreign names will play on six stages, and the festival will host an international conference program with over 60 speakers from 16 countries around the world.
You can get tickets in the Entrio system. Ticket price for the opening concert on 14.9. it is €29, and the ticket for the festival itself (September 15 and September 16) is the same amount, the ticket that allows you to enter the opening concert and the festival (September 14 – September 16) is €34. The Pro Pass ticket, which gives you access to the conference part of the program and the music program, is €65.
The SHIP festival is organized by the We Move Music Croatia (HUZIP, HGU, HUIG, HUOKU) in cooperation with the Šibenik Fortress of Culture Public Institution. The festival is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia, the Croatian Tourist Board, HDS ZAMP, the City of Šibenik, the City Tourist Board Šibenik and the Tourist Board of Šibenik-Knin County.