5 YEARS OF GOULASH, 5 DAYS OF AWESOMENESS!
This year the festival will take place on 12/13/15/15/16 september 2017, plus the traditional opening night on the 11th. Since the location is absolutely awesome, we advise everyone to stay there for a week or more, and approach the journey as proper summer holidays...
Goulash Disko is a big family of beautiful souls, sharing the same love for music from the Global Underground.
Crowdfunded, independent and sponsor free, the festival is an intimate gathering that truly belongs to its people...A magical experience combining positive music, virgin nature and collective awesomeness…
Komiža is a tiny fisherman village on Vis, a beautiful island completely lost in space and time. It has it all: paradisiac beaches, crystal clear water, incredible sunsets, domestic wine, fresh fishes and laid back people...
Goulash Disko festival closes the summer season, and it's a magical gathering of locals, artists, musicians and people from all origins. It's a crowdfunded, sponsor free, small scale and organic gathering that just want to remain as it is!
The festival is obviously be limited in capacity, and everyone taking part in it is expected to behave as proper Goulashian: with love, consciousness and respect.
Due to the very limited capacity of Komiža, the total festival attendance is limited to 1000 people and the festival is most likely going to be sold out!
Early bird tickets will be on sale during our crowdfunding campaign, starting end of february!
Follow us on Facebook and you'll get to know the exact date of the campaign launch.
Musically, we want to cover the Global Underground as a whole: Global Bass, Tropical grooves, Oriental House, Gypsydelic, Swing Folk, Ethno Dub, Gypsy Punk and Latintronics, to name just a few. Goulash Disko Festival is meant to be a sonical journey through space and time, without limitations of any kind...
Vis island is far from the coast, and that's what makes it so special. To get there, a ferry will take you from Split to Vis island. You can reach Split directly, but there are other low cost airports nearby - Zadar and Dubrovnik - which are lovely places to visit on your way. Both cities have frequent connections to Split with a bus ride that lasts between 2.5 and 4 hours. When you land on Vis, you can use your imagination to get to Komiža, located on the other side of the island. Bus, taxis or hitch hikes will be the most frequent options.
CAMPING: For the first time in its history (!), there will be a legal camping in Komiža. We received from the authorities a protected piece of land, shaded by pine trees and accessible with camper vans. In order to cover the costs of toilets, water and maintenance, a participation will be asked to everyone willing to camp there. You can get your camping tickets in the 'Festival Ticket' section.
ROOMS, FLATS, HOUSES: There are plenty of accommodation options in the village, from basic rooms to luxury houses. Prices usually vary between 20 and 50€ per night per person. Have a look on Airbnb where you can find many rentals. If you're struggling to find something, you can shoot us a mail at goulashdisko[@]gmail.com, and we'll do our best to sort you out.