Tickets go on sale for Love International 2021

Tickets go on sale for Love International 2021

Posted on: 17 Nov 2020

Team Love have tentatively revealed plans for the return of their annual Adriatic adventure.


The Bristol-based team behind the internationally-renowned Love International Festival have officially released tickets for their 2021 event, set to take over The Garden resort in Tisno, Croatia once again from 14-20 July.


Having been forced to postpone this year's festival due to the coronavirus crisis, Team Love will be desperate to get back out to their home-from-home next summer, in the company of some of the world's most in-demand DJs and live acts.


Tickets for Love International 2021 are on sale now, with full festival passes, day tickets and a group buying option available. Find out more and book yours here.



Combining a forward-thinking 24/7 musical programme with an intimate 2,500 capacity and idyllic setting, Love International has emerged as a firm favourite among a growing crop of music festivals in Croatia.


Making use of a diverse selection of stages as well as the iconic Barbarella's Discotheque, the festival has become something of a pilgrimage for festival fans across the UK and beyond since it took over from The Garden Festival in 2015.


In the festival's absence this summer, Team Love launched a podcast series inviting artists to record short mixes, which featured contributions from Khruangbin, Antal and Shanti Celeste among others.


With most of the lineup for Love International 2020 set to be carried over to next year, fans can expect another week of sun, sea and stellar musical selections courtesy of an array of top artists when it returns next July.

Barbarella's Discotheque, Love International 2019.

At the time of writing, Love International 2021 is set to go ahead, but obviously this is subject to change amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.


For more information on the festival, to follow news and updates or to book your tickets, head to their website or find them on Facebook.


Images: Jake Davis for Khroma Collective

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