News Serbian PM urges Exit Festival to take place this August By Release Promo Posted on 24th May 2020 1 min read 0 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Serbia’s Prime Minister Ana Brnabic has urged Exit festival to occur in some capacity this August. The festival, which normally draws 55,000 a day across 40 stages, has already announced that it will not be held in its standard format this year, but Brnabic has urged organizers not to cancel. “We recommend to move the festival to August because we expect that the situation (with pandemic) in the whole of Europe will be totally under control by then,” said Brnabic, speaking in Novi Sad, where the long-running festival occurs at Petrovaradin Fortress each year. For their part, the festival organizers state a willingness to take the recommendations of health officials into consideration when determining capacity and necessary precautionary measures for an August event. Last year’s Exit Festival bill included the likes of Adriatique, Lee, Burridge, Solomun ft Tale of Us, Maceo Plex and Carl Cox.