The Serbian Exit Festival is located in a medieval fortress on the bank of the Donau in the city of Novi Sad. It started out ten years ago as a three-month protest against then-president Milosovic and the war into which he plunged the country. Since its first run in 2000, the festival was eventually cut back to four days and bigger names. That’s a great idea in theory, but it doesn't quite work out that great when those bigger names are The Prodigy, Korn, and Moby. The good people of the festival thought it’d be a good idea if the good people of our office in the Netherlands were flown in at their expense to report on their goings-on. We could see the merit in their plan and complied with their request. And we had a great time, despite the presence of tens of thousand of Brits and, of course, The Prodigy, and losing our camera in the shittest of shitholes.