Sound Waves in Portugal announce final lineup

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On July 2nd, a new chapter of the Sound Waves Festival will take place in Esmoriz, Portugal.


Reunited with some of the most well-known underground artists in the scene, including Ben Klock, Boston 168, Dave Clarke, Klangkuenstler, Planetary Assault Systems aka Luke Slater, SNTS, Stella Bossi, Toni Alvarez, and the Portuguese Carol D’Souza, Carlos Manaça, Du/Art, Danni Gato, Link98, Miss Sheila, Nuno Clam, and many more.

All 35 artists present, across each style and genre, will join the beat of strong melodies to provide clubbers an unforgettable journey from 4 pm on July 2nd until 1 pm the following day. With 17 years of existence, this is the year in which, more than ever, the 2 stages (Main Stage and the Circus Stage) will enhance the sound of DJs and producers’ music and will bring out the roots of Sound Waves that its maxim is to be the only festival in Portugal with the heart in Techno and the essence in the Underground.

Tickets for Sound Waves 2022 are now on sale here.


Lineup:


Sound Waves 2022 – Essential Info

Date: Saturday, July 2
Restrictions: Ages 18+ Only
Location: Estádio da Barrinha Esmoriz, Portugal


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