Moondance festival was established in 2013 by Croatian dj/promoter Pero FullHouse aka Skeptik. After more than 20 years of djing and organizing club nights mostly along Dalmatian coast, in summer of 2013 Pero decided to start his dream – an uncompromised intimate festival with a club vibe. He found the amazing location of the middle age Kamerlengo fortress in Trogir – one of the world’s most beautiful city – islands. With support of local authorities he has got a one night licence. Jeff Mills was a headliner and all of the 700 visitors were amazed. Since then Moondance has grown to 3 nights, boat parties, warm up & after parties, dj & production workshops with more than 20 artists in 2022.
Musically, Moondance is an underground techno oriented event combining the best of classic and modern row side of thechno with the best known techno artists from all over the world as well as the best local and regional acts. With carefully picked artists, minimalistic production, intimate vibe, great location, in the heart of the summer, strong connections to real and dedicated techno fans. Moondance has become a dream for every true techno lover.connections to real and dedicated techno fans. Moondance has become a dream for every true techno lover.
Previously booked artists (in alphabetical order): Agoria, Alen Fitzpatrick, Alexander Kowalski, Andrej Jelić, Anthony Rother, Avoid, Bebbeto, Ben Sims, Billy Nasty, Borut Cvajner, Butch, Dave Clarke, Deetron, Dejan Miličević, DJ Bone, DJ Deep, DJ Jock, Dosem, Dušan Kačarević, Eduardo de la Calle, Edy C, Eggy, Filip Xavi, Forest People, Francesco Tristano, Funk d Void, Handmade, Insolate, Ivan Komlinović, Jamie Anderson, Jan Kinčl, Jeff Mills, Jonas Kopp, Josh Wink, Juri Paik, K-Hand, Kink, Marion Cobretti, Mark J, Monoloc, Mr C, No Goverment, Octave One, Octopus, Oscar Mulero, Oxia, Petar Dundov, Phillip Geist / Videogeist , Psyk, Radio Slave, Regis Kattie, Robert Hood, Rødhåd, Rush, Saytek, Sierra Sam, Silicone Soul, Silvio Hrabar, Speedy, Steve Murphy, Technasia, The Analogue Cops, Tome R, Vince Watson