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Performance Date: 13 July 2007

Country: Serbia
City: Novi Sad
Venue: Petrovaradin Fortress

Other Bands/Artists at the Show:

  • Robert Plant
  • Wu Tang Clan
  • Snoop Dogg
  • Basement Jaxx
  • CSS
  • Roger Sanchez
  • Danny Tenaglia
  • Prodigy
  • Eric Prydz
  • Groove Armada
  • Lauryn Hill
  • Dynamite MC & Zinc B2B Friction
  • The Pipettes
  • Meshuggah
  • Satyricon


Exit Festival
1. Mix Master Mike Intro
2. Super Disco Breakin'
3. Sure Shot
4. Triple Trouble
5. Shake Your Rump
6. The Biz vs. the Nuge
7. Time for Livin'
8. Live at PJ's
9. B for My Name
10. Gratitude
11. Remote Control
12. Body Movin'
13. Pass the Mic
14. Brass Monkey
15. Ch-Check It Out
16. Off the Grid
17. Tough Guy
18. Shambala
19. Suco de Tangerina
20. Sabrosa
21. Egg Raid on Mojo
22. Root Down
23. No Sleep till Brooklyn
24. Three MC's and One DJ
25. So What'cha Want
26. Mix Master Mike Solo
27. Intergalactic
28. Heart Attack Man
29. Sabotage
Fan Review by Ana:
The performance was great! It's not just my opinion; everybody agreed Beastie Boys were the best performance at Exit 07. Their setlist was similar to the one at the Open'er Fest in Poland--pretty much in the same order, plus they played "Suco de Tangerina." People loved the new stuff, and I must say it sounds even better live!

The Boys were funny as usual, especially Adam Horovitz, who was drinking beer on stage, and Mike D. Mike started the show with apologizing for not coming to Serbia sooner and finished the show with a toast in Serbian. (He tried to say "na zdravlje," but I don't know what he said or I didn't hear it right.) Mike also wished the audience a good time at the other shows at the festival, mentioning Snoop Dog, Wu-Tang Clan, Lauryn Hill, and even Robert Plant. He turned to Horovitz and said, "You know, that guy from Led Zeppelin." He didn't mention The Prodigy.

Mike also said something about many people coming to the festival to meet others and asked Horovitz if he had met anyone there. Horovitz ignored him, but when he repeated the question twice, Horovitz replied, "Not yet. Maybe after the show." Mike said, "Ok, see ya at the afterparty at Motel 6."

Besides their brilliant performance and the crazy atmosphere, I'll remember this concert as the first one in which I couldn't get to the first row. It just wasn't possible! During "Egg Raid on Mojo," I lost my sneakers in the crowd! I'm telling you, it was total chaos!

I saw one interview with the band on national television in which Mike said that he's not afraid of anything--except oversized microphones. Yauch made funny faces with his fingers on his head, like horns or rabbit ears, while Horovitz chased away invisible flies. When asked about Live Earth and the environment, Yauch presented his idea of generating power with people who ride bikes at the gym. When asked about the difference between a Gala Event and a regular show, Mike replied that they drink better champagne and dress better at the Gala Events.