Spain the land of rich culture and heritage brings us a spectacular fiesta every year. This is an event one yearns for the whole year to attend. "Sonar" is one of the most vital festivals of advanced music in the whole world, which is held in Barcelona, Spain. The next coming Sonar Festival is on 15th, 16th and 17th of June 2006. The popularity of this energizing musical event can be judged by the fact that the tickets for 2006 "Sonar" already soared up to 25% more.
It's a must attend festival at least for the natives of Barcelona. And as far as the people around the world are concerned it's the best annual festival for them to attend. Three full days of electrifying music and fun. Who would like missing that?.Sonar continues without interruption day and night for three days simultaneously.
During the day different concerts and DJ's play at the Centre de Cultura ContemporÓnia de Barcelona (CCCB) and the MACBA. Which is a meeting point for artists, professionals as well as public, whereas at night it transforms into a cosmopolitan celebration. The nights of Sonar are unforgettable.
They have glimpses of any other European great event but with a distinct Mediterranean touch, which makes its atmosphere very unique in nature. Sonar at night has three locations that are occupied by distinguished national and international names from the electronic music world. On every night of Sonar DJs, VDJs and various concerts from the vastest range of dance music come into view all together in 4 areas. Sonar by Night fills an area of more than 10,000 meters, consisting on covered and open-air spaces.If you have attended this spectacular event then you know better and if you haven't then don't miss the magic of fascinating melodies.For more details vist ==>http://www.
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By: Ron Arthur