After they sold out Hyde Park for 65,000 music fans this year, The Cure are set to perform one of the most anticipated tours of 2019. They will be headlining some of the biggest European music festivals to celebrate 40 years of the band’s outstanding work. Leader of the band, Robert Smith, has personally picked EXIT Festival, voted twice as the Best Major European Festival in the last five years, as one of their dates.
The show will mark The Cure’s first appearance in Serbia and is scheduled for the festival’s opening night on July 4th.
The Cure are the first act confirmed for EXIT festival, that will take place at the incredible 18th century Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad, Serbia from 4th to 7th July 2019. Emerged from the massive student protest back in 2000, each year, EXIT showcases most diverse music program – from rock to punk, hip-hop, and best electronic music.
The now acclaimed Serbian festival boasts a very diverse lineup with 40+ stages and zones in moats, trenches and even tunnels, while it has been headlined so far by The Killers, Arctic Monkeys, Guns’N’Roses, Sex Pistols, Grace Jones, David Guetta, Migos, Snoop Dogg, Arcade Fire, Fever Ray, Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Nina Kraviz and Paul Kalkbrenner, to name but a few. Apart from stellar line-ups and impressive production, the Serbian festival also offers quite affordable tickets, so it should be no surprise that this show is going to be extremely popular among festival goers who are already booking their next festival summer.