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DGTL BARCELONA BARCELONA, SPAIN


DGTL Barcelona is the Spanish edition of the Dutch techno festival. Held on the coast at the city’s sun-kissed Parc del Fòrum, the festival invites the best names in popular and underground techno to its stages. Recent years have seen the likes of Jamie Jones, Ben Klock, Nina Kraviz and Marcel Dettmann take to the


ITS FIRST EDITION GATHERED OVER 20,000 PEOPLE AND 40 ARTISTS DIVIDED OVER THREE STAGES


decks amongst interactive installations of visual art and surreal site design. Intent on keeping that vintage warehouse feel, DGTL’s gritty, urban sound and setting sit in delicate contrast to Barcelona’s chill, summer vibe, making it the ideal festival for techno fans still after a touch of summer


holiday. DGTL Festival landed for the first time in Barcelona in 2015, after years of revolutionising the Dutch electronic music scene. Its first edition gathered 20,000 people and 40 artists divided over three stages; while the second one, in 2016, drew in 30,000 visitors. 11-12 August 2017


SUMMER SOUND FESTIVAL ROCHEFORT, FRANCE


INDIE MUSIC FEST BALTAR, PORTUGAL


Portugal’s Indie Music Fest is, as the name suggests, a music festival dedicated to music from independent, unsigned and under the radar artists. Taking place in Baltar in the north of the country, the festival provides a platform for emerging Portuguese talent, offering music fans the chance to see a lineup of exciting new acts amongst beautiful natural surroundings.


The enchanting woodland setting enhances the intimate feel of the festival that forgoes grandeur and celebrity in favour of an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere, focused resolutely on celebrating the abundant talent of Portugal’s rising stars.


29 August - 2 September 2017


DGTL’S GRITTY, URBAN SOUND AND SETTING SIT IN DELICATE CONTRAST TO BARCELONA’S CHILL AND SUMMER VIBE


Summer Sound Festival is an electronic and pop music festival in France; taking place in the historic dockyards of the naval town of Rochefort. The lineup blends diverse electro-inspired pop with big bass and beats from an eclectic range of artists, many from France but also well known musicians from across the globe. Despite this only being the third edition, the festival has already featured global stars David Guetta, Alesso, Steve Aoki and Benny Benassi


among its performers; and this summer is set to build on the strong foundations built by the previous editions. Win the opportunity to mix on the main stage alongside Madeon, Martin Solveig, Don Diablo... And create its official 2017 soundtrack. For this 3rd edition, SOON VIBES organises an original creation as official soundtrack and DJ set contest in collaboration with Fun Radio, pioneer DJ France and Guettapen. One track will be selected as the new official song of the festival. 3-6 August 2017


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