Most Important Info in One Place: All Set for EXIT!

The EXIT Festival gates open at 19:00, and more than 200,000 people are expected to pass through them in four days! This page contains the most important information about this year’s edition.

7. July 2022. — Author: EXIT

Global, regional, and local music stars will arrive at the Petrovaradin Fortress from 7th to 10th July, including Calvin Harris, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Iggy Azalea, Masked Wolf, ZHU, Sepultura, Maceo Plex, Honey Dijon, Boris Brejcha, Stephan Bodzin live, ARTBAT, Denis Sulta, DJ Tennis, Anfisa Letyago, Marky Ramone, Napalm Death, The Exploited, Blind Channel, Adam Beyer B2B Enrico Sangiuliano, Dax J, Sama’ Abdulhadi, as well as a strong regional line-up led by Konstrakta, Senidah, Prti Bee Gee, Marčelo, Brkovi, Artan Lili, Paraf, Killo Killo, Mimi Mercedez, Kiril Djaikovski, Bojana Vunturišević, Deca loših muzičara, along with hundreds of others.


Four-day tickets are sold out. One-day tickets are still on sale, and a suitable contingent has been reserved for purchase at the festival gates. Information about ticket prices can be found on the festival website, at physical sales locations, and online on the Gigs Tix website.

Four-day tickets must be exchanged for festival wristbands.

Working hours and locations of exchange points:

Center of Novi Sad (Theatre Square): Tuesday 12–10 p.m., Wednesday 12–10 p.m., Thursday 12 p.m.–12 a.m.
In the EXIT camp on Strand: Tuesday 12–10 p.m., Wednesday 12–10 p.m., Thursday 12 p.m.–12 a.m.
At the Petrovaradin Fortress: Tuesday 10 a.m.–8 p.m., Wednesday 10 a.m.–8 p.m., Thursday 10 a.m.–3 a.m., Friday 10 a.m.–3 a.m., Saturday 10 a.m.–3 a.m., and Sunday 10 a.m.–3 a.m.

The festival wristband is worn on the left hand, is valid for one visitor, and allows one entry each festival day from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. Visitors are not allowed to remove their festival wristbands during the festival.


The EXIT gates open every day at 7 p.m. and close at 3 a.m., after which entrance to the Fortress is no longer possible. Due to the expected high crowds at the festival, EXIT appeals to visitors to come early to avoid delays at the gates. Visitors can only enter the festival once during one evening.

Visitors are obliged to always have an identification document on their person. Aside from the festival security, the entrances are also monitored by the police to prevent prohibited items from being brought onto the grounds.


The line-up, timeline, and map of this year’s EXIT Festival can be found on the festival website. Billboards depicting a precise map of the festival and all the stages, info desks, emergency services, etc., will be displayed at the Petrovaradin Fortress during the festival. Visitors can find flyers containing the map of the festival and the timetable at info desks and with the promoters.


The EXIT camp, the most famous festival accommodation in Novi Sad, is located on Strand, the most beautiful sandy beach on the Danube, from 5th to 12th July this year.

Aside from the standard offer consisting of indoor showers with hot water, toilets, a variety of food and drinks, a camping equipment store, a charging station for electronic devices, and lockers for personal belongings, visitors to the EXIT camp will have access to four stages and zones inside the camp this year, as well as a unique EXIT souvenir shop, an area reserved for sports and recreation and much more!

The camp has opened its doors, check-in and check-out are available 24 hours a day, and the reception is open all day and night until July 12th.


Srbija Voz and EXIT have lovely news for festival-goers — special departure times have been introduced on the Belgrade-Novi Sad train line during the festival! Aside from the 30+ regular daily departures on the Novi Sad – Beograd line, available to passengers from 5:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., special departure times will also be available to the festival audience from 7th to 11th July.

The additional trains from Belgrade to Novi Sad will depart at 11:00 p.m., 12:00 a.m., and 01:00 a.m. from the Belgrade Centre station, and from Novi Sad to Belgrade at 01:30 a.m., 02:30 a.m., 03:30 a.m. and 04:30 a.m.

All trains will stop at the Petrovaradin railway station, near the Fortress, as well as in Novi Beograd, Zemun, Batajnica, Nova Pazova, Stara Pazova, Inđija, Beška, Sremski Karlovci, and Novi Sad, enabling visitors from these locations to get to and from the festival by train.

The trains are scheduled to cover the route in less than an hour.

Tickets for these trains are available via the Srbija Voz website and mobile app, with a five percent discount, and at ticket offices and ticket machines.


EXIT presents an entirely new mobile app, providing access to all vital information about the acts and their performances:


The Festival Payment Card* is the official and only means of payment for drinks, food, and other products at the EXIT Festival. It will be available at all top-up points at the festival and in the camp (only for visitors staying in the camp). It is possible to top up the card in cash or via a credit/debit card. Visa payment card users automatically receive a 7.5% discount on drinks.
It is possible to recover unspent funds at any time at the cash desks responsible for this (marked with “refund”). The refund must be made at the festival, as subsequent refunds will not be possible. You can find detailed information about EXIT payment cards on the festival website.


This year, EXIT will also provide visitors with a wide variety of food at four Foodland locations.

At the central Foodland, located opposite the main entrance to the festival, visitors will be able to buy pastries, sausages, hot dogs, fries, sandwiches, pancakes, pizza, pasta, barbecue, Chinese food, coffee, corn dogs, fried sprats, French fries, tornado fries, coffee, and tea.

At the Foodland near the Academy of Arts, festival-goers will be presented with barbecue, pizza, sandwiches, pancakes, hot dogs, burgers, sausages, wings, chicken wrap, sandwiches, ice cream, gyros, salads, French fries, as well as a special assortment of vegan food, freshly squeezed juices, coffee, and tea.

At the Foodland in Gornji Grad, near the museum, you will be able to buy sausages, chicken, squid, fried sprats, French fries, tornado fries, sandwiches, pizza, pancakes, veggie burgers, popcorn, chimney cake, seafood, squid, tuna, and salmon sandwiches, coffee and tea, and the location near the Explosive stage will offer barbecue and cooked dishes.

For all festival campers, the festival Foodland on Strand also offers a wide variety of food, from barbecue, pizza, and crepes, to freshly squeezed juices and coffee.

Festival visitors can also rest and recharge with sandwiches, crepes, juices, and organic ice cream at the brand new Coca-Cola Chill Zone, located between the mts Dance Arena and the No Sleep Novi Sad stage.


Official EXIT merch is sold in the EXIT shop near the main festival entrance, in front of the central Foodland. Here, visitors can buy EXIT t-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, and other accessories using their Festival Payment Cards.


YES – backpacks (no bigger than school-sized backpacks)
YES – hats
YES – lighters
YES – mobile phones and tablets
YES – sunglasses
YES – cigarettes and electronic cigarettes
YES – small umbrellas
YES – raincoats
YES – contact lens cleaning drops
YES – cameras and camcorders (with official press accreditation)
YES – insulin (with diabetic booklet and personal documents)
YES – medicines (with original doctor’s report and original packaging)

NO – drugs and opiates
NO – knives and other weapons
NO – bottles and cans
NO – instruments
NO – food and drink purchased outside festival grounds
NO – tents
NO – pets
NO – large umbrellas
NO – blankets
NO – selfie sticks
NO – sticks for GoPro cameras
NO – GoPro cameras
NO – external batteries
NO – drones
NO – banners with hate speech aimed at religious and racial affiliation, sexual orientation, etc.
NO – deodorants and perfumes


The Lost & Found tent is located at the central Foodland (opposite the festival’s main entrance). This is where visitors can leave anything they find at the festival (ID cards, mobile phones, wallets, etc.) They can inquire about items they have lost at this counter or write an email at [email protected].


There is no festival car park for visitors. The nearest parking lot is across the river, before the Duga bridge, or in Petrovaradin. Traffic in the surrounding streets is suspended during the festival. Driving from the EXIT camp to the festival is not recommended. Due to heavy traffic on the approach to Petrovaradin Fortress and the fact that several streets in Petrovaradin are closed, driving can take much longer than walking or taking the bus.


This year, festival visitors can rent small and medium-sized lockers equipped with electric outlets to store their personal belongings. Lockers can be rented at the festival in the central Foodland for one evening or during all four festival nights.


Red Cross crews, emergency services, and the fire department are on duty at EXIT all four nights. Depending on the sound volume at concerts, there is a risk of hearing damage and other health problems. Depending on the type and strength of lighting effects, there is a risk of vision impairment and other health problems. Visitors can turn to security personnel in distinctive fluorescent vests if they need assistance.


Psychological support points will be set up in several locations this year – in the EXIT camp, Foodland, and the festival’s OPENS State of EXIT zone. The goal is to provide festival-goers with a supportive place to rest and have a confidential conversation.


A live stream of select EXIT performances will be broadcast on the Facebook page and YouTube channel, while a selection of the best photos will be displayed on the festival’s Instagram and Flickr accounts.


At any time, visitors can contact the promoters at the clearly marked EXIT info desks throughout the festivals.