Representing Portugal at RFM SOMNII Intermarché are Zanova, Bruno R, Kura, Breyth, Diego Miranda and Koriz.

“It’s been 10 years of many memories. This is ‘the’ lineup. Armin van Buuren is the biggest name, due to his long career. It’s a festival with a great setting, on the beach, with access to the sea, with a fantastic audience”, said the executive director of the promoter, MOT – Memories of Tomorrow, at the event’s presentation, in Figueira da Foz.

Tiago Castelo Branco also revealed that, this year, there will be a Fun Kids Zone, for children, who up to the age of 12 have free entry.

“We intend for it to be a family festival. 10 years ago, when we started, those who came were 25 years old. Today, they will be 35 years old, have a family and can bring their children. It’s a way for us to also plant the seeds for new festival-goers”.

General passes for three days and VIP three-day passes are on sale from 60 euros on, on Blueticket, Ticketline and other usual places. There are also daily tickets starting at 35 euros.

These prices are in effect until the 31st. From April 1st, the new sales batch features general passes at 75 euros and daily passes from 42.5.

In 2023, the festival received 80 thousand visitors and, this year, sales, compared to previous periods, are higher.

On July 5th, the line-up features Mandragora, R3hab, Sub Zero Project, Ve/Ra, Zanova and Bruno R. The following day, Armin van Buuren, Fedde Le Grand, Kura, Nicky Romero, Breyth and Tim Hox are on stage.

Concluding the 10th edition, the line-up highlights the names of Coone, Diego Miranda, Don Diablo, Nervo, W & W and Koriz.