Technology, digital art and electronic music are the hallmarks of Sónar, which this year brought together hundreds of artists who explore these disciplines. The daytime edition of the festival, Sónar Día, held at the Fira Montjuïc in Barcelona on July 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th, in addition to presenting some of the most relevant names in the national and international music scenario establishing a meeting place for different creative communities.

This 26th edition combined a poster where dance electronics and urban rhythms shared stage with more experimental and avant-garde sounds, with artists such as DJ Krush, Arca, Kelly Moran and many others. Along with music, Sónar Día proposed several talks and training sessions about creative industries, artistic creation and digital transformation.

Sónar Día had numerous spaces within the Fira Montjuïc site: SonarComplex, SonarDóme, SonarXS, SonarHall or SonarVillage. Each stage, which exhibited a different identity and aesthetic, housed the different artists who paraded through the contest.

Thanks to the trust of Advance Music, promoter of Sónar Día, Fluge Barcelona provided the lighting equipment  for the SonarDóme, SonarXS, SonarVillage, SonarComplex and SonarHall spaces, as well as video equipment for the latter two. Likewise, it also supplied the audiovisual equipment of five of its VIP rooms and three of the rooms of the Congress Palace of the venue, one of them destined for the press conference for the event closure.

Specifically, the aforementioned spaces included Robe Megapointe, Robe Robin 800, Robe Robin 100, Robin 300, Martin Atomic 3000, Martin RUSH and Vari*Lite 3000, among others, along with Road Hog 4 controllers and a Grand MA2. In addition, a 7X4 meter LED display and 4.8 mm pitch were provided for the SonarHall along with a video controller for that space and the SonarComplex.