Dance the night away at the festival’s largest indoor venue, the mighty SonarClub
Acclaimed by fans and critics all over the world, trailblazing electronic music festival Sónar makes its eagerly anticipated return to Hong Kong Science Park from 12pm-3am on Saturday April 13, 2019. Following on from the triumphant Hong Kong launch of the legendary Barcelona-based festival in 2017 and its sensational follow-up in 2018, Sónar Hong Kong has announced the full lineup and schedule for its eagerly awaited third edition, with British trip-hop legend Bonobo, Grammy Award-winning multi-instrumentalist Thundercat, celebrated Spanish house DJ/producer John Talabotamong the many highlights.
In total, the 15-hour festival will see more than 35 dazzlingly diverse electronic acts performing across five indoor and outdoor stages at one of the city’s most unique venues, the futuristic Hong Kong Science Park, which is set on the picturesque Tolo Harbour waterfront in the New Territories. Ticketsare available in two categories: SónarPass (HK$680) provides entrance to Sónar Hong Kong and access to all outdoor activities from 12pm until 10:45pm, and all indoor activities from 12pm until 10:15pm, while SónarPass + Late Night Pass (HK$880) provides admission from 12pm until 03:00am.
Keeping the crowds dancing from 3pm to 3am, the festival’s largest indoor venue SonarClub will see Bonobo and John Talabot headlining a top-quality lineup of DJs from around the world. Also playing SonarClub are Canadian electronic maverick Art Department, Berlin’s Sous Music label head Anja Schneider, UK techno innovator Benjamin Damage, London-based Chinese beatmaker Object Blueand local favourites Miss Yellow and Finsent C.
Alongside the music, festival goers will find an intriguing programme of creative technology experiences in the Sónar+D section, which is fun and inspirational, these include hands-on workshops hosted by leading creative pioneers; thought-provoking talks by tech-industry trailblazers; spectacular audio-visual performances and new media arts featuring AR, VR, AI and more; and MarketLab, where visitors can try out new products and prototypes from around the world, from the latest apps and devices to digital innovations and musical instruments.