With 45 new names
announced today, the Sónar 2023 musical lineup is now finalised. Enigmatic cult artist Aphex Twin
; Barcelona’s own global superstar Bad Gyal
; Eric Prydz
’s colossal 3-D live show HOLO
; acclaimed British rapper Little Simz
; and the refined house of South Africa’s Black Coffee
are just four of the highlights from a list that includes superstar DJs, the most forward-thinking musical minds, and unique performances.
Today also sees the first names announced for the most interactive edition of Sónar+D yet,
with the vast majority of activities open to the general public at Sónar by Day. U
nder the same roof as DJs and concerts,
this year’s programme will explore hot topic issues - AI
and its implications for art and society in general, the climate emergency
and how creators are responding to it,
and creative processes and practices.
As always the programme will explore the changing relationships between technology, research, creativity, artistic experimentation and cultural innovation.
and individual tickets
are now available for Friday and Saturday Night. All tickets are on sale here
With four months to go to the festival, the stage is set for a 30th anniversary celebration for the ages.
A celebration for the ages at Sónar by Night
It had to happen. On Friday 16th June
, Aphex Twin
performs at Sónar for the first time in 12 years. The enigmatic cult artist and godfather of IDM returns after four years away from the stage to perform a new audiovisual show at SonarClub, the largest venue at Sónar by Night
... Read more...
All under one roof at Sónar by Day
One of the most acclaimed figures in global clubbing, Black Coffee,
closes a redesigned SonarVillage by Estrella Damm on the opening day of Sónar 2023, Thursday 15th June
. The iconic South African DJ completes a heavyweight trio of Sónar by Day
headliners, joining The Blessed Madonna
(Friday 16th June) and Laurent Garnier
(Saturday 17th June)... Read more…