The powerful energy of the world’s leading music genre will vibrate on the 19th and 20th of May in the Stella Maris lagoon as trap arrives in Umag. The region’s biggest names will stand on the stage of the fifth edition of Sea Star and launch the summer festival and tourist season in Croatia with their hit singles, which count millions of streams. The new wave of reinforcements to this year’s line-up includes as many as 14 regional trap and hip-hop stars, led by the absolute queen of the genre – Senidah, local trap giants Krankšvester, and Hiljson Mandela, hip-hop rising star – Grše, and underground rap heroes – 30Zona.
Along with them, the festival stage will host regional trap stars such as Fox & Surreal, Buntai, Ružno Pače, TTM, Podočnjaci, Miach, Micka Lifa, Masayah, and Thicc Boi. This powerful regional trap gang joins the previously announced headliners, global electro-punk giants The Prodigy, new techno superstar Indira Paganotto, global hitmaker Robin Schulz and house master Mahmut Orhan, with new names to be announced as early as next week. The current ticket price will follow the finalisation of the line-up and remain in effect until Friday, 10th March at the latest.
The second-largest festival in Croatia, Umag’s Sea Star, will once again host the trap queen of the Balkans – Senidah, on its main stage! Her megahits “Slađana,” “Mišići,” and “Behute” have reached millions of views and streams. After last year’s crowd-pleasing performance in the Umag lagoon, she returns with a new studio album, “Za tebe”, which has delighted audiences in the region.
With his first solo album, “Mandela Effect”, the trap pioneer – Hiljson Mandela captivated the local audience, and his singles such as “McLaren” and “Cura s kvarta” have ravaged the charts. This will be his first solo show on the festival stage in Umag’s lagoon. This year, the aforementioned album earned him a nomination for a Porin music award in the “Best Hip-Hop Album” category. The powerful trap gang line-up also includes last year’s Porin winners in this category, the hip-hop duo Krankšvester, local audience favourite, Trilj rapper Grše whose current single “Sip” hasn’t left the Billboard Croatia Songs 25 chart for weeks, as well as the fierce underground rap du