The Garden Festival has just released the first part of its 2015 line-up. Set to take place on 1st — 8th July, this marks the tenth and final year of the festival in Tisno, Croatia.
The first names to be announced include DJ Harvey, Seth Troxler (pictured above), Joy Orbison, Ben UFO, Midland, Craig Richards, Greg Wilson, Crazy P and Psychemagik, with even more to be revealed soon.
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The Garden Tisno team has also worked hard to bring in its favourite DJs for the final instalment of the festival. “We have been trying to get DJ Harvey to play for us for five years, and now it feels really fitting that he is coming over for our very last Garden celebration,” said co-founder Nick Colgan.
Not only is DJ Harvey set to appear, but they also lured in the mixing talents of Seth Troxler. “We’ve also got Seth Troxler, who came and played for us many moons ago at the old site when he was very much in his ascendancy. He's now one of the biggest DJs on the planet but still remains down to earth, and he’s all about the good vibes — so it's a real treat to have him come back for this final instalment,” added Futureboogie member and festival booker Dave Harvey.
Being the final year of The Garden Festival, the Garden Tisno team has gone all out. With four stages, 20 boat parties on the Arganaughty and the the Arbiana, a Secret Island Party and eight club-night at Barbarella's Discotheque, you can expect 2015 to be the best one yet.
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Words: Josh Molskness
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