Suncebeat - Hannah Metcalf

Suncebeat will take place in Tisno, 20th – 27th July 2023.

About SunceBeat

Already in its fourteenthyear (which makes it the longest-running festival in Tisno!), Suncebeat is organised by the people behind the successful Southport Weekender. Held in the setting of The Garden Tisno, this intimate festival takes place near a private sandy cove – a perfect location for relaxing during the daytime, and nights full of partying.

Suncebeat - credit: Hannah Metcalfe
Photo credit: Hannah Metcalfe / Suncebeat

SunceBeat have yet to reveal some of the acts on the bill for 2023, but we are sure it will be as spectacular as ever – watch this space! But as ever, SuncéBeat will be bringing together like-minded music fans to this small yet beautiful setting on the Croatian coast. Check out the video below showing highlights of 2018’s event:

Tickets for SunceBeat

Regular tickets for the full week’s event are currently priced at £225 (plus booking fee). A 4-day weekend pass (Friday to Monday) is available for £200 + b.f. You can also go for a group of 5 tickets and pay for the price of 4 on both of these options – meaning that tickets work out to be £180 (+ b.f.) for a full week pass or £160 for a 4-day version.

Tickets can be purchased online at

Accommodation for SunceBeat

Ever since Tisno became the new location for SunceBeat, there’s been a number of on-site accommodation options available. These include apartments of different configurations, as well as mobile homes, bell tents, airstream trailers and regular camping. Full information about all of these options is available on the festival’s website.

Alternatively, you can also book your own accommodation in the town of Tisno or in the nearby area (such as in the towns of Murter, Pirovac or Vodice) using the search box/map below:

Getting to Tisno

Tisno is located roughly halfway between the Zadar and Split – very easy to reach! The town is in fact situated half on the mainland and half on the small island of Murter (only 20m away and connected by a short bridge).

To reach Tisno, the best airport to fly to is Split. There are many flights to here from the UK, including those from Heathrow, Gatwick, City, Luton and Stansted in London, as well as Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh, Glasgow, as well as Dublin. See our Getting to Split page for full details of air routes, which also details routes from elsewhere in Europe.

Flying to Zadar from the UK and Ireland is still an option – Easyjet fly to there from the UK, and Ryanair fly from the UK and Ireland. See the Getting to North Dalmatia section for more info.

Shuttle Tours offers organised transfer services from both of the above airports – find out more details and how to book on their website.

You can make your own way to Tisno from either of these places. Look up bus timetables on the Split Bus Terminal and Zadar Bus Terminal websites.

If you’re having trouble getting public transport to Tisno, try searching for buses to “Murter”; you could also travel to Sibenik, which is the nearest large town to Tisno and the island of Murter. There are many buses per day to Sibenik from all over Croatia.

Do also take a look at our Getting to Croatia and Travelling Around Croatia sections for other possible options of reaching the country and then travelling to Tisno, or away from the town after SunceBeat ends.

For more on the town of Tisno, check out the website of Tisno tourist office.

More info

There’s full information about the festival on the Suncebeat website, and don’t forget to also check out their Facebook and Twitter pages.