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Exit Festival ends, Jamiroquai most visited

11. July 2011. | 13:07

Source: Emg.rs, Tanjug

The festival started Thursday, and on Saturday it welcomed its 2,000,000th visitor, a girl from Zrenjanin (Vojvodina), who was presented with a ten-year free pass and numerous gifts.

The 12th Exit Festival ended on Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad early on Monday morning, at which about 600 bands performed on 20 stages.

The festival started Thursday, and on Saturday it welcomed its 2,000,000th visitor, a girl from Zrenjanin (Vojvodina), who was presented with a ten-year free pass and numerous gifts.

According to police estimates, Exit was visited by about 40,000 peope every night.

The performances by Editors, M.I.A., Jamiroquai, Nick Cave, Grinderman, and the Bristol band Portishead attracted the greatest crowds of fans.

About 25,000 people greeted the Jamiroquai band with ovations on Saturday evening, whereas performances of other groups were attended by about 15,000 fans each.

Due to tropical heats, the concerts beginning at 7 pm were not well attended. The domestic bands such as S.A.R.S., E-play, Disciplina Kitschme, Partibrejkers, The Jinx and others attracted considerable interest of the fans.

There were very few incidents during this year's Exit Festival. Several dozen people were arrested for possession of narcotics, drunken behavior and provoking fights.

Several visitors, including one British citizen and one from Bosnia-Herzegovina, were injured during the festival, while a Canadian citizen was robbed.


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