SonarPark by DICE, the new Sónar by Day stage


Coucou Chloe, Overmono Live, Ms Nina, For Those I Love, DJ Marcelle, Morad, La Chica, Vegyn, Rojuu, El Bobe, Chico Blanco and Juicy Bae are some of the names that will be performing on this new Sónar by Day stage.

The new SonarPark by DICE is a playground, a space designed to showcase the spirit of Sónar at its broadest, most radical and most innovative, presented in collaboration with our ticketing partner and event discovery platform DICE. It’s both a vibrant party and a tribute to the ever-widening range of styles and ideas that make up global club culture.

For three days, from 16-18 June 2022, SonarPark by DICE will host an array of artists representing new musical languages that range from the local to the global.

A multicultural and genre diverse line-up includes artists such as the London producer and DJ Vegyn, a beatmaker whose style takes in dancefloor electronica, sophisticated pop and glitch-hop; and Overmono Live, whose creativity carries them beyond the borders of conventional house and techno. 

From the local scene, the bedroom pop duo Mori, Rusowksy stand out; as does the youthful El Bobe, who at the age of 19 has managed to combine elements of drill, rap and afrobeats with his own unique personality. You’ll also find Ms Nina’s sweat-drenched reggaeton and dembow; Spanish boy in da corner Morad; the refreshing mix of grime, rap and eurodance delivered with a Granadan accent by Chico Blanco; the emo meets pop meets trap of Rojuu; the urban r&b of Juicy Bae; or the new generation of IDM and bass music DJed by the Yugen Kala twins.

SonarPark by DICE also expresses itself in multiple languages and accents. Look to the cross-cultural fusion of rap and noisy electronics of Kenyan-Japanese-Ugandan project Scotch Rolex, the abrasive cloud rap of France’s Coucou Chloé and the combination of latin influences and classical piano by French-Venezuelan La Chica. Elsewhere there’s a powerful mix of electronica and spoken word from Irishman For Those I Love, deconstructed latinx grime from Uruguayan Lechuga Zafiro or a typically unpredictable DJ set delivered by the much-loved DJ Marcelle, from Holland.