Sonus Festival is a techno festival set along the white, sandy beaches and crystal blue waters of Zrce Beach, Croatia. With the very best beachfront clubs hosting the occasion, expect top tier performances, high voltage soundsystems and stunning lightshows.
The festival welcomes the very best on the international techno scene as well as a menagerie of underground and emerging electronic innovators.
The first artists announced for 2017 include Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones, Ricardo Villalobos, Chris Liebing, Adam Beyer, Tale of Us, Pan-Pot and many more.
Zrce Beach is home to some of the very best festivals in the world. With white, sandy beaches and crystal blue waters, it is Croatia's festival paradise.
The nearest airport to the festival is Zadar Airport, around 50km away, and is served by destinations across much of Europe. If you’re travelling from Italy and Spain, you’ll have to fly to Split Airport, 200km from the festival. Airport transfers to the festival are available.
BUS FROM ZADAR TO NOVALJA: There are just a handful of buses running this route per day. It’s a shorter journey, about 1hr 30 mins – again, BusCroatia will give times – and will cost €10-15.
FROM SPLIT: The best route from Split to Novalja is:
TAXI TO TROGIR: A taxi to the nearby town of Trogir will be about €25-30 for a large car (4-8 passengers).
BUS FROM TROGIR TO ZADAR: There are many departures each day, but they can be irregular. Search for BusCroatia for exact times, and expect to pay between €12 and €19. The journey lasts around 2 hrs 40 mins. From here, you will need to board another bus onto Novalja.
Minimum age is strictly 18.