Paul Kalkbrenner, Nia Archives, Helena Hauff b2b Imogen, Branko, Marie Davidson, Jennifer Loveless, Vanyfox, VHOOR and more join the lineup, bringing Sónar’s unique blend of emerging and established artists to Lisbon. 

26 emerging and established artists, both local and international, are announced today, completing the lineup for the third edition of Sónar Lisboa, which takes place in Lisbon. The lineups for each Day and Night are also revealed today. 

This second and final announcement includes Jennifer Loveless, Marie Davidson live, Perel, DJ Minx b2b DJ Holographic, Dresden (Ivan Smagghe & Manfredas), and VHOOR; plus a host of names from the vibrant Portuguese scene including Branko, Vanyfox, Yen Sung b2b Photonz, DJ Lynce live, Rui Vargas, Ana Pacheco, ZENGXRL, Conferência Inferno, iolanda, Batida, and many more. 

They join a list of performances that already includes world-class DJ sets by 2manydjs invite Éclair Fifi & Erol Alkan, Bonobo, Eliza Rose, and CC:DISCO!; plus stunning live sets from Sevdaliza, Oneohtrix Point Never, Shygirl presents ‘Club Shy’, Moullinex △ GPU Panic, Tiga & Hudson Mohawke present ‘Love Minus Zero’, TOMMY CASH, XEXA, and many more. 

The lineup is headlined by an artist whose name is synonymous with electronic music across the world: Paul Kalkbrenner. The German musician has risen from the Berlin techno underground of the late 90s and early 2000s to become one of dance music’s biggest stars. He’ll perform one of his expansive, cinematic live sets at Sónar by Day on Saturday 23rd of March. 

Sónar by Night is bolstered by UK jungle revivalist Nia Archives, who’ll perform live; and a heavyweight back-to-back from German underground heroine Helena Hauff and rising UK star Imogen. Also announced today for the nocturnal programme are rising Australian DJ Jennifer Loveless, intergenerational Detroit duo DJ Minx b2b DJ Holographic, and a live set from iconoclastic Canadian producer and vocalist Marie Davidson. They join a lineup that already includes 2manydjs invite Éclair Fifi & Erol Alkan, multi-talented performer Sevdaliza, and Tiga & Hudson Mohawke (presenting ‘Love Minus Zero’). 

Buraka Som Sistema co-founder and producer Branko has been at the epicentre of Lisboa’s electronic music scene for the last two decades. He’ll appear at Sónar by Day with a new live set based on his forthcoming album. He also co-runs label and platform Enchufada, who have curated a special showcase of emerging artists from the lusophone world, including Brazilian baile funk innovator VHOOR, Angola’s DJ Satelite, and the next star of kuduro and batida, Vanyfox. Also announced are local legends – Rui Vargas and Yen Sung b2b Photonz – and emerging Portuguese artists – DJ Lynce live, Ana Pacheco, and new wave/post-punk trio Conferência Inferno. They’re just a few of the diverse set of Portuguese artists added today, joining already announced names like Chima Isaaro, Moullinex △ GPU Panic, and XEXA. 

Also added to the Sónar by Day programme is a hybrid DJ set from Perel and a pair of unorthodox selectors, Ivan Smagghe & Manfredas, who’ll appear together as Dresden (Ivan Smagghe & Manfredas). They join already announced DJ sets from Bonobo, Eliza Rose, and CC:DISCO!; plus live performances by Oneohtrix Point Never, TOMMY CASH, Shygirl (presenting ‘Club Shy’), and Wata Igarashi. 

With the lineup now complete, the individual lineups for Sónar by Day and Sónar by Night are also now available. Sónar by Day will once again feature indoor and outdoor stages at Pavilhão Carlos Lopes on Saturday and Sunday; Sónar by Night will be concentrated entirely within Pavilhão Carlos Lopes on Friday and Saturday. 

A Sónar+D programme, spread across all three days of Sónar Lisboa 2024, will be held inside Estufa Fria, just a short walk from Pavilhão Carlos Lopes. It will include conferences and concerts, as well as an audiovisual installation. More details will be announced very soon. 

Individual tickets for Sónar by Day and Sónar by Night, as well as Full Festival Passes, are now available at

The first artists and activities have just been announced for Sónar 2024 in Barcelona. On the 13th, 14th and 15th of June, the 31st edition of the festival will see Sónar double down on its reputation for bringing together emerging talent, radical performances and the best dance music from around the world. Amongst the 70 names already announced are Kaytranada, Jessie Ware, Vince Staples, Floating Points, and Charlotte de Witte presents ‘Overdrive’, plus a swathe of forward-thinking and experimental artists, both local and international. Renowned artists Tomás Saraceno and Nicole L’Huillier are amongst the first participants announced for Sónar+D 2024, which will explore the interplay between technology and nature, and practical applications of Artificial intelligence in the arts. Tickets are available now at