Sonus returns to trio of Croatian beach clubs announcing 40 headliners

At Sonus, the music runs from dusk till dawn for five days and nights. After two Covid-enforced years off, one of Europe’s most iconic summer festivals finally returns in August (21st – 25th) 2022 with its most promising lineup yet.

World-class international guests like a special, mouthwatering back-to-back set between the dream team duo of Ricardo Villalobos and Zip and more will take place. There will be first-ever Sonus sets from Bulgarian KiNK who plays live, as well as DJ sets from global hitmaker FISHER, UK tastemaker Michael Bibi plus Giorgia Anguili and 999999999. There will be also be new stars like Kobosil, Reinier Zonneveld, IMOGEN and Paula Temple all presenting their forward-thinking techno.

Ever reliable global headliners such as Amelie Lens, Sven Väth and Dixon bring their years of knowledge and skill, and there are more than 30 other names including Loco Dice, Maceo Plex, Patrick Topping, Chris Liebing, ANNA, Rødhåd, Ben Klock, Jamie Jones, Sonja Moonear, Richie Hawtin and Seth Troxler also set to headline. 

Sonus, presented by Time Warp and We Love Sound, is world renowned for being one of the most carefully considered Summer underground festivals. This highly anticipated eighth edition will go down across the lively Zrce Beach in Novalja, Croatia – more specifically at three coastal clubs Aquarius, Kalypso and Papaya; providing the locations for endless dancing, with world-class sound systems and open-air dance floors.

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Sonus Festival shares 2022 dates

Sonus Festival 2021 has announced its cancellation of its 2021 edition and states that because of all limitations and restrictions we expected to encounter, they do not believe that they could have presented an experience worthy of what Sonus stands for.

The new edition will take place through August 21st – August 25th 2022. With a lot of ticket holders from 2020 keeping their tickets, make sure to sign up for the limited Early Bird Private Pre-Sale starting on 18th.

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