An audio-visual experience and international gathering of travelers and tribes in the Croatian outback. Two days of psychedelic, stoner, desert, fuzz, heavy rock, electronic and experimental music accompanied by live bands, DJ sets, and a Jam stage. Stunning landscapes, fantastic psychedelic art installations and projections will shape a unique festival experience and make you reexamine reality.
The festival will host 12 bands! Confirmed headliners and co-headliners are MARS RED SKY (FR), BLACK RAINBOWS (IT), ACID MAMMOTH (GR), and MOTHER VULTURE (UK). All four bands will have their exclusive and premiere performances for the first time in Croatia. They will be accompanied by renowned names: SHE LOVES PABLO (Zg), STONEBRIDE (Zg), DALIBOROVO GRANJE (Međimurje), JASTREB (Zg), ACHACHAK (Sinj), WIZARD OF STONE MOUNTAIN (St), ARISES (Zd) and POMELO CHESS SOCIETY (Ri).
This year’s edition of the festival titled #YearZeroEdition will start off Bear Stone Festival as a special preview with free camping and entry and attendance limited to 1.000 visitors. Tickets can be purchased online in digital form via the link –> https://www.entrio.hr/event/bear-stone-festival-year-zero-11209
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The festival is held in Slunj, Donje Primišlje (Croatia) on a breathtaking location on the banks of the river Mrežnica, which with its distinctive emerald color is known as one of the most pristine rivers in Croatia. The location of Bear Stone Festival is also the centre stage for the world-famous PsyTrance music festival Mo:Dem (Momento Demento).
Bear Stone Festival is located in the canyon of Mrežnica and is completely surrounded by forest. Both the forest and the river are what make the festival site a part of nature in its most basic and pristine form. The festival site is a 15-minute drive from the towns of Slunj and Ogulin on each side, a 45-minute drive from the world-famous Plitvice Lakes National Park, and an hour’s drive from the capital Zagreb and an hour and a half from the Adriatic Sea.