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! 


2017 is a special year - we are celebrating 5 years of Goulash Disko Festival and in that honour we will laugh and dance for full 5 days - on 12/13/14/15/16 September. The festival is exclusively financed by crowdfunding and that's where you get your Early Bird tickets. They're selling fast, and will only be available until 31/5. The festival is open for 1000 visitors and will most likely be sold out, sooner than later! 



Goulash Disko takes place in Komiža, the most remote fisherman village in Croatia. It is well known for its beaches, sunsets, lemons, domestic wine and spirits, not to mention its laid back people… We now work hand in hand with the village to make Goulash Disko festival a sustainable part of Komiža, which is why it remains a small scale, intimate and organic gathering.

The festival is limited to 1000 visitors, and everyone taking part of it is expected to behave as proper Goulashian: with love, consciousness and respect.

We aim at raising 20000€, and all the money will be used to gather a stellar lineup and build the best possible infrastructure.  In terms of music, Goulash Disko knows no limits and we love to explore new sounds and genres rooted in the Global Underground. Expect world infused and eclectic music styles: Global Bass, Tropical Grooves, Oriental House, Gypsydelic, Swing Folk, Ethno Dub, Gypsy Punk, Organica, Latintronics, and everything in between...Beside music, performers and workshops of different kinds will spice up the program during the whole festival.

Press play on one of the set recorded live at the festival to get into the Goulash Disko mood!

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.


You can find best deals for plane tickets to Split, Zadar or Dubrovnik here, and ferry timetables from Split to Vis there!

CAMPING: In cooperation with the city of Komiža, we are setting up a temporary camping spot on a protected piece of land, shaded by pine trees and accessible by cars and camper vans. The camping will be open from September 11th to 18th, and in order to cover the costs of toilets, water and tourism tax, a participation of 20€ for the 7 days will be asked to all visitors. Camping tickets will be available separately after the crowdfunding campaign. If you are coming by car or camper van, you will have to pay an extra 15€ to the city of Komiža, for parking in the camping zone for the whole week.

ROOMS, FLATS, HOUSES: There are plenty of accommodation options in the village, from basic rooms to luxury houses. Prices usually vary between 15 and 50€ per night per person. If you want to book private accommodation, we suggest checking out, asking a local tourist agency to find something for you, or getting in touch directly with the apartment owners listed at the Komiža tourist office website.