Biggest beach festival in Europe Neversea Festival reveals its line-up
The fourth-edition will include Paul Kalkbrenner Live, Amelie Lens, Jamie Jones, and many more
Romanian Neversea Festival has announced a huge line-up for its fourth edition.
With only three months to go till the biggest beach festival in Europe, the lineup proves this year is not one to be missed.
Set in the coastal city of Constanța in Romania — Alesso, Azteck, Brennan Heart, KSHMR, Nicky Romero, Parov Stelar, and Quintino will be performing on the main stage between July 7-10 at the Island of Dreams.
Headliner Alesso, is a Swedish DJ and producer which you may recognise from his global success with track ‘Calling (Lose My Mind)’ or his track ‘Under Control’ with Hurts and Calvin Harris that hist first place in the UK Singles Chart.
The multi-talented musician, composer, producer and DJ KSHMR is a unique character in the world of electronic music and will be returning to the Island of Dreams.
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Dutch DJ and producer Nicky Romero who has worked with the likes of David Guetta, Calvin Harris and Avicii is preparing for a unique show on the Romanian coast of the Black Sea.
The iconic Parov Stelar mixes jazz, house, electro, pop, and hip-hop to get his crowd moving and is one not to miss at Neversea Festival.
As well as this, Romanian DJs Arapu and Cezar B2B Prâslea and the British DJ and producer Jamie Jones will also be returning to the Island of Dreams.
The Temple Stage will host music from the underground electronic scene with artists, Amelie Lens, Paul Kalkbrenner Live, Richy Ahmed, and Milo Spykers.
Techno and house will be played on the Temple stage, with the likes of Mahony, Nina Kraviz, Priku, Raresh, Sit, and Sublee B2B Cap, who were all previously announced.
The Ark stage, created for dubstep, drum ’n’ bass, liquid, hip-hop, rap, and trap, will see the incredible Dub FX & Woodnote, Malaa, and Zeds Dead.
BBNO$, Borgore, Dirtyphonics, Krewella, Netsky, and other important Romanian artists will be performing on this stage.
In a previous announcement, the festival revealed Alan Walker, B Jones, Black Eyed Peas, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Don Diablo, Tchami, Timmy Trumpet, Tujamo, Ummet Ozcan, W&W, and ZHU to also perform.
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The prices for the four days and four nights of partying start from 124 euros + taxes.
Festival-goers can also purchase passes within instalments, available exclusively through the Extasy App, which is available on Google Play for Android and IOS for iPhone.
After April 15, the prices will go up as general access changes to 134 euros plus taxes and VIP to 260 euros plus taxes.
There is also a General Access Risk-Free ticket for 144 euros.
People who already have "ANYTIME" passes can choose to participate in the 2022 edition or one of the following two editions. Those who have Freedom Passports can opt for the 2022 or 2023 edition.
More information is available on neversea.com.
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