Sónar Barcelona reveals final additions to 2024 line-up

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Sónar Barcelona has added a further 60 names to its 2024 line-up, completing the roster of artists set to descend on Barcelona this July.

Among the new crop of performers announced, include VTSS, Laurent Garnier, Richie Hawtin, Paul Kalkbrenner, and Sevdaliza.

While a whole host of very special back-to-backs are on the cards, including Kittin b2b David Vunk, Jennifer Cardini b2b HAAi, C.FRIM b2b BAMBII, GAZZI b2b DALILA and Marie Montexier b2b Mor Elian.

More additions include DJ Tennis, Anetha, Octave One (live), River Moon, salute, Adriatique and plenty of other international acts.

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Headlining this year’s Sónar will be the likes of Kaytranada, Jessie Ware, Ben Böhmer (live), Floating Points, Charlotte de Witte presenting ‘Overdrive’, Vince Staples, CASISDEAD, Kerri Chandler, The Martinez Brothers and more.

As well as the last names to the line-up, Sónar has also unveiled its new collaboration with London’s former nightclub Printworks.

SonarLab x Printworks will see a brand new stage at the festival including “the essence of Printworks” with advanced AV production.

Octave One, Sepehr, KI/KI, Cinthie and CASISDEAD will be performing live at the new stage along with DJ sets from DJ Flight & MC Chickaboo, Eliza Rose b2b Dan Shake b2b Sally C, salute and more.

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The festival will also run a series of talks, demos, workshops and exhibitions with its Sónar+D platform.

This year Sónar+D will focus on the subject of artificial intelligence and how it is shaping the present and future of the creative industries.

­The 2024 edition will also feature choreography and scenography with performances from Preston-born artist and choreographer Blackhaine, Lee Gamble’s ‘Models’ project and Spanish performance artist Candela Capitán.

Sónar Barcelona 2024 is set to begin on July 13 until July 15, check out the full line-up and buy tickets here — and watch the announcement video from Sónar below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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