Last weekend, Sónar Lisboa concluded its third iteration with 54 musical performances at the Pavilhão Carlos Lopes in Parque Eduardo VII.

Featuring artists from 16 countries, the diverse lineup showcased talents from near and far, bringing together some of the best DJs, EDM artists, and contemporary musicians from across the globe.

Acts included the likes of Paul Kalkbrenner, Shygirl, Oneohtrix Point Never, Eliza Rose, TOMMY CASH, Bonobo and CC: DISCO! for Sónar by Day and Helena Hauff b2b Imogen, 2manydjs (with Eclair Fifi and Erol Alkan) and Sevdaliza leading Sónar by Night.

One of the festival’s undeniable standouts was Nia Archives, the British record producer, DJ, singer, and songwriter known for her unique vocal melodies and half-spoken, half-sung confessions about love, life, and wild nights out.

As one of (if not the) biggest festivals in Lisbon, Sónar has only bolstered the city as a destination for music lovers, with guests flocking in from throughout Europe and continuing to grow the city’s status as a cultural hub.

This year, artist and DJ Brittney Scott captured the evenings on a casino exilim point and shoot + a Lomography fisheye lens.

Sónar Barcelona will take place on June 13th, 14th, and 15th. You can get your tickets here.

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