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Sónar festival ticket offer exclusive to Artefact readers

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Our partnership with Sónar Festival and Sónar +D has already seen one lucky Artefact reader win a pair of full passes to Europe’s leading electronic music and multimedia arts festival, in Barcelona this June 18-20.

But we’re not stopping there. Thanks to the collaboration between Artefact and Sónar facilitating networking opportunities among different partners and communities around the creative industries, Sónar are offering 25 professional tickets with a special 20 per cent discount for Sónar Festival 2015.

  • Promotional Price: 200 euros. (Price without promotion: 250 euros)
  • Promotional tickets will be assigned on a ‘first come first serve’ basis.

Professional tickets (aka accreditations) give full access to both Sónar Festival and Sónar+D – the international conference for creativity and technology, designed to promote talent and business opportunities in the digital culture environment.

Sónar+D is a unique opportunity to discover international and innovative new media projects from the Creative Industries, with delegates from over 1,000 companies representing more than 50 countries, and a cutting edge community formed by developers, entrepreneurs, digital artists, start-ups, investors, agencies and music promoters.

Sónar Festival itself promises much this year, with a line-up covering some of the biggest and best names from across the global electronic music spectrum. Headliners include The Chemical Brothers, Skrillex, Duran Duran, Die Antwoord, A$AP Rocky, FKA Twigs, Flying Lotus and many more. Check out the 2015 promo video below:

To obtain your 20 per cent discount accreditation, simply email your name and quote ‘Artefact Magazine‘ to promotions@sonar.es – but be quick, the promotion ends on Monday March 30!

T&Cs:

  • This offer is valid only until March 30 2015.
  • Professional tickets (aka accreditations) will increase in price from March 31 2015.
  • Successful applicants will be informed directly by Sónar Festival.

Featured image courtesy of: Sónar Festival

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