Sonus returns to Zrce Beach in 2016 for another five nights of electronic revelry and sun-soaked mischief. Decadent boat parties, a stellar reputation and an idyllic coastal location mean that Sonus has the pulling power to lure in some of the biggest names from the underground dance scenes in London, Ibiza and Berlin–IAN F, Loco Dice, Lauren Garnier have all been present and correct in past line ups!
Beach-based days and disco-soaked nights are order of the day here. A collaboration between Cosmopop and Sonus, this is one for the house heads and old-school ravers, with big bass lines and balearic beats served up daily to a glamorous, up-for-it crowd. Between catching sets at Papaya and Kalpso, soak up some al fresco daytime house vibes and shake off the cobwebs from last night’s shenanigans with a dip in the crystal-clear Adriatic.
Sonus Festival 2016 Lineup
Alexandra • Andhim • Apollonia • Archie Hamilton • Azimute • Bas Ibellini • Bella Sarris • Binh • Bunte Bummier • Cabanne • Carlo Lio • Cassy • Chris Liebing • Dana Ruh • Dewalta • Dixon • Dubfire • Eats Everything • Enzo Siragusa • Extrawelt • Felver • Fernando Costantini • Homeboy • Ian F. • Ilija Rudman • Jackmaster • Jamie Jones • Jan Kinčl Zero • Joey Daniel • Jogarde • Joseph Capriati • Karotte • Luciano • Konstantin • Kölsch • Len Faki • Leo Aguiar • Leon • Loco Dice • Luciano • Maceo Plex • Marco Carola • Mariano Mateljan • Meat • Mimi • Nick Curly • Nicolas Lutz • Oliver Koletzki • Pan-Pot • Praslesh (Raresh & Praslea) • Raresh • Recondite • Rhadoo • Ricardo Villalobos • Rødhåd • Sam Paganini • Sedee • Seth Troxler • Sonja Moonear • Steffen Deux • Tale Of Us • The Martinez Brothers • Tijana T • Tini • Valentino Kanzyani • Zip
Sonus Festival Location
The newfound popularity of high-octane club mecca Zcre Beach has transformed the island of Pag into something of a global party destination in recent years. Located a mile from Novalja, Zcre Beach is a place to see and be seen, hosting swathes of glamorous revellers looking to soak up sunshine in near-flawless natural surroundings.
Some of the biggest and best clubs in Europe are to be found on this idyllic slice of the Adriatic, so if you’re going to see the sunrise anywhere, make it here. Party-fatigued and in search of something soul soothing? Pag boasts leisurely hidden gems in spades. Connected to the mainland by a bridge, it’s an island of wild, winsome rural landscapes dotted with small villages and hamlets and tranquil coastal boltholes like the serene Strasko Beach. It’s not all cheap drinks and big beats–though there’s plenty of that business if that’s your scene.