With this budget, you can tick this festival off your bucket list this year!

EXIT Festival is back this year with an additional Day Zero being headlined by none other than rockstar royalty The Killers! The festival will also be hosting other acts like Liam Gallagher, Jason Derulo, Years & Years, Jake Bugg, Alan Walker, Hardwell, Rag N’ Bone Man and plenty of others from the 5th – 9th July. Check out the complete artist line-up here:

The festival will be set against the beautiful backdrop of Serbia in the peak of summer that’s a natural calling for all those music festival junkies out there! Check out their aftermovie for the EXIT Festival as well as the Sea Dance Music festival that takes place just a few days later:

Now since you’re already planning a July getaway, what could be a better destination than EXIT? We’ve chalked up the perfectly affordable travel plan for you to enjoy #Summer2017 in style and a bit of madness.

1. The Festival Tickets

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A single pass for the 5 day long festival is 119  pounds which is approximately INR 9,800 including taxes which is really a steal for attending all 5 days! You can get a good discount if your planning to get 4 more friends with you! See all the available options right here.

2. The Flight

The closest airport to Novi Sad is Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla airport. The venue is approximately an hour away by cabs available at the airport. The festival will be providing a shuttle service from Belgrade and Budapest airports starting from INR 700. But it all depends on where you’ll be staying for the duration. Here are a few options for Mumbai and Delhi.



3. The Stay

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The best option for your stay is the EXIT Camp at the EXIT Village which will not only be filled with a number of tents for national as well as international visitors but will have hot showers, charging stations for your devices, a variety of drinks and food, toilets and a camping equipment shop all for INR 2,710. So make sure to bring out your social self and mingle with the other happy campers. You can see the variety of other festival accommodation options or some Airbnb rentals for more choice.

4. The Grub

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Considering the fact that the festival is taking place in Serbia, you’ll get the chance to taste some of their authentic cuisine along with a variety of other festival foods! Now this one can be a bit of a personal choice but we’ll suggest you keep at least 70 Euros or INR 5,000 approx. to enjoy the food as well as the number of beverages.

5. The Final Count

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The final budget for this festival with all the above mentioned prices will come upto approx INR 64,000! That’s not bad at all! See it for yourself:

You get to experience Serbia as well as live at a fort for a few days at a fraction of a cost. Hurry up! The earlier you are, the cheaper it’ll be. Check out the FB page here.