Sven Väth, Adriatique, Jamie Jones, Hot Since 82 and more will perform on the opening day
Sonus is Croatia’s most revered underground festival and today it reveals the day-by-day breakdown of its carefully curated and world class programme. All boat party tickets sold out within just 90 minutes. Now only the last few festival tickets remain in the lead up to the much anticipated event from 21st to 25th of August on the gorgeous Pag Island. Get yours at sonus-festival.com.
Sonus Festival is known around the world for mixing fan favourites with underground prodigies across five days of partying under open skies and next to the clear blue waters of the Adriatic Sea. It plays out in four majestic clubs, all with cutting edge light and sound, sun kissed dance floors and plenty of pools and palm trees.
This year’s famous boat parties are all sold out, but the opening party will feature sets from Marko Mastic, Innellea, and KAS: ST at Noa Club on Saturday August 20th. After that, the festival gets underway in fine style on Sunday 21st across four of DJ Mag’s Top 100 Clubs – Aquarius, Kalypso, Papaya and Noa – with the likes of Trikk, KiNK live, Stephan Bodzin live, Dixon, Rødhåd, Chris Liebing, Boris Brejcha, Petar Dundov live, Monika Kruse, Carl Cox and Chris Liebing amongst those playing.
On Monday 22nd, Sven Väth, Reinier Zonneveld live, Adriatique, Hot Since 82, Jamie Jones b2b The Martinez Brothers, PAN-POT, ANNA, Enrico Sangiuliano, Kölsch, Giorgia Angiuli live, Bronski, Vintage Culture and more all line up.
Tuesday 23rd sees sets from PAN-POT, Richy Ahmed, Patrick Topping, William Djoko, Michael Bibi, Loco Dice, IMOGEN, VTSS, Dax J and Richie Hawtin and Wednesday 24th is 999999999, Paula Temple, I Hate Models, FJAAK DJ, Âme, Denis Sultaldia, Black Coffee, Seth Troxler, Deborah de Luca and Maceo Plex.
The final day on Thursday 25th is Luigi Madonna, Anfisa Letyago, Ben Klock, Joseph Capriati, Sonja Moonear, Ricardo Villalobos b2b Zip, Amelie Lens, Kobosil, andhim, Fisher and plenty of others.
The scene is now set for Sonus’s highly anticipated return.