Everything is Ready for Seasplash Festival in Šibenik!

Lauren Simmonds

As Morski writes on the 17th of July, 2019, more than fifty well known names from the music world and an audience from all over Europe are set to come to the Dalmatian city of Šibenik this week for the seventeenth Seasplash festival, which will be held in the area of ​​the former Martinska campsite for the first time this year, which is directly across the popular historic city.

Lee “Scratch” Perry, Adrian Sherwood, the Scientist and the Mad Professor – a quartet of still very much active legends of dub and reggae will perform on the main stage of the seventeenth Seasplash Festival.

For the very first time in its seventeen-year history, Šibenik’s Seasplash Festival will be opened with a very special concert on one of the most beautiful stages of the Adriatic – the Fort of St. Mihovil in Šibenik.

Yesterday, on Wednesday, July the 17th, at the aforementioned location in Šibenik saw some great musicians perform there, led by the New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble. Along with this unique concert attraction and a group that founded the jazz-ska genre, the full opening concert will be enhanced by the renowned local roots reggae band from Zagreb, Brain Holidays, as well as the legendary Bass Culture Sound System.

In order to make arrival at Martinska and the Seasplash Festival as quick and easy as possible, day boat lines with the “Avalon” boat have been introduced and wil operate both during the day and during the night.

Daily roundtrips will travel six times per day to the bus station Šibenik – Mandalina – Šibenik waterfront (riva) – Martinska, at 08:00, 10:00, 12:00, 15:00, 17:00 and 19:00, and from Martinska they’ll travel at 09:00, 11:00, 13:00, 16:00, 18:00 and 20:00.

A ticket price will be just ten kuna, and tickets will be available for purchase when on board. The night line began yesterday, it went from Šibenik to Martinska at 02:00. On Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, during the actual Seasplash Festival, it will leave Šibenik and head for Martinska at 21:00, 23:00, and 01:00, and the return journey will be organised by bus at 06:00.

The price of a one way ticket is twenty kuna, and a return ticket costs thirty kuna, as was noted from the City of Šibenik’s administration.

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