Soundwave is based in The Garden in the village of Tisno. The site is unlike any other festival site in the world!
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Soundwave will be held from Thursday 27th July to Monday 31st July inclusive. Note that Monday is a full day of programming! Music will start on Thursday midday and finish in the early hours of Tuesday 1st August.
The festival site will be open from 12pm (midday) on Wednesday 27th July for all customers, until 12pm (midday) on Wednesday 2nd August. There is no access to the site before or after this time.
The nearest airports to the village of Tisno are Zadar (45 mins*), Split (90 mins*) or Zagreb (4 hrs*).
*Journey times are for the highway route and will typically take a little longer by bus or coach.
We have official airport transfers to and from Split and Zadar airports, the only transfer that will get you all the way to the festival site. Full schedule and tickets here
The Croatian currency is the kuna (kn / HRK). As a general guide 1 GBP = 8 – 9 kn; 1 EUR = 7 – 8 kn.
There is an ATM on-site at The Garden. There are also a handful of ATMs and currency exchanges in the village of Tisno, a short walk from the festival site.
Yes, there will be first aid and a medical tent on-site.
Sibenik town, 15km away.
Taxis can be found by the entrance of the festival.
Alternatively you can use boat taxis, which depart from the boat party pier. Please note that you will need a festival wristband to enter, so you will need to go to the main box office first.
No pets are allowed on the festival site. If you are looking to bring along your pet you will need to stay off site.
Lost property will be held at the Production Office next to the on-site restaurant.
We also have on-site and off-site accommodation available via The Garden. Please visit the accommodation page for more detail.
There is a restaurant on-site which is open from breakfast until late and serves an extensive menu. There are also various food stalls around the site, and plenty of vegetarian options. In Tisno there are loads of great places to eat.
Nope, you can’t bring your own food and drink. There are however loads of bars selling alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and food.
Festival tickets include five days of entry into the festival site (Thursday 27th July to Monday 31st July inclusive). Tickets can be purchased here.
On-site accommodation is sold separately and can be purchased here.
Official airport transfers from Split and Zadar that will get you all the way to the festival site can be purchased here
Please contact the ticket agent you purchased your ticket from. If you are having trouble getting hold of your ticket agent drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help.
You will need to print off your booking confirmation and bring it to the box office at the festival along with your photo ID.
If you are staying on-site, you will also be able to check into your accommodation and collect your wristband at the box office.
Most tickets are not sent by post – unless you have selected this option when buying your ticket. You will need to print off your booking confirmation and bring it to the box office with your photo ID on arrival. If you have chosen to have your tickets delivered by post please contact the ticket agent directly. If you are having trouble getting hold of your ticket agent drop us an email on email@example.com and we will do our best to help.
Unfortunately refunds are not available. If you can no longer make it to the festival you can change the name on the ticket (note this is likely to involve an administration fee). Please contact the ticket agent you bought your ticket from directly. If you are having trouble getting hold of your ticket agent drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help.
*Name changes are at the festival’s and ticket agent’s discretion.
Yes, day tickets will be available for purchase closer to the time and at the box office.
There will be cheaper day tickets for ex-Yugoslavian nationals (must have photo ID).
Yes, all are welcome to Soundwave. However, all under 18 year olds must be accompanied by an adult who will need to sign a form upon arrival taking responsibility for the minor.
Yes, families are welcome at Soundwave. However, all under 18 year olds must be accompanied by an adult who will need to sign a form upon arrival taking responsibility for the minor.
Soundwave boasts some great boat parties.
To get on a Boat party you must have a festival ticket. However, boat party tickets are not sold in conjunction with the festival ticket and must be purchased separately.
Boat party announcements are coming in the spring.
Soundwave hosts after parties at the stunning open-air club Barbarella’s on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Please note that due to capacity limitations, after parties are ticketed separately. You do not have to purchase a festival ticket to go to an after party.
After party announcements are coming in the spring.
We recommend that you book an official Soundwave transfer. We arrange transfers from Split and Zadar. Full schedule and tickets available here
Another option is to make your own way to fit in with your travel plans. There are buses from all airports to the main centre bus terminals, and from most cities you will find regular buses to Zadar or Sibenik. Once at the main bus terminals in Zadar / Sibenik you can catch a local bus to Tisno. Vollo is a great website for cheap bus ticket comparison across Croatia.
For those of you with the luxury of more time for an adventure, other airport options in Croatia are Zagreb or Dubrovnik. Check out Vollo for cheap bus ticket comparison across Croatia.
Unfortunately the train services aren’t great. Buses are quicker, cheaper and connect all the cities with a regular service. Tickets can be bought on board the buses. Longer journeys have service stops which are induced in the travel time. Check out Vollo for cheap bus comparison across Croatia.
Boat taxis are available to and from Tisno and neighbouring towns directly to our own private bay on the festival site (the boat party pier). Please note that you will need to get your festival wristband from the box office first or you will not be allowed entry into the site.
You can even take a night-time boat taxi voyage to the Barbarella’s after parties.
You can drop us an email on email@example.com and we will review your application, if not for this year then maybe for next! Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive we are not able to get back to everyone but we will review your email when we get a chance.
Only Croatian nationals with a Croatian trading license have the right to sell goods at the festival. Please contact The Garden directly on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a Croatian trading license and would like to have a stall at the festival.
We have a limited number of volunteering positions available. Volunteers usually get festival entry, some food and drinks in exchange for a few shifts. If you are interested in volunteering please complete the volunteering form and we will contact you if you have been selected for an interview.