IMPORTANT Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus outbreak, Sonus has been cancelled for 2020. The festival has instead confirmed the dates of 15th to 19th August 2021 for its next instalment. Tickets holders can either transfer their booking to the 2021 event or get a full refund. See Sonus’s statement on this here.
Sonus Festival will be taking place on Zrce Beach, Novalja, Pag from 16th to 20th August 2020.
About Sonus Festival
Launched in 2013 and growing in strength every year, Sonus will be hosting its eighth event in 2020. Brought to you by promoters Cosmopop and Sonus, this festival is now considered to be Croatia’s premiere electronic event.
Sonus 2020 will be a magical five days and nights of partying in Croatia’s party-central location – Zrce Beach in Novalja, on the island of Pag.
There’s some fantastic names on the bill already, with plenty more to be announced too. Acts such as Richie Hawtin, Amelie Lens, Seth Troxler, Sven Vath, Jamie Jones, Loco Dice and Paula Temple will all be performing plus many, many more names are still be announced.
Tickets and accommodation for Sonus Festival
Early bird tickets have already sold out! However, tickets are still available now priced at €199 (plus booking fees), or €279 for VIP tickets. VIP tickets include access to VIP areas in the clubs, fast lane entries, separate bars and more. You can purchase tickets from the Sonus Festival website.
Alternatively, there’s hotel and private accommodation options in Novalja and nearby that you can book directly yourself. Take a look using the search box below:
Getting to the island of Pag
Zadar is the closest airport to the island of Pag, and Ryanair operate flights to here from London Stansted, Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, Dublin and Cork airports. Easyjet fly to Zadar from London Gatwick and London Luton. More details on these routes on our Flights to Croatia page.
There’s also a number of flights to Zadar from elsewhere in Europe – full details on our Getting to North Dalmatia page.
From Zadar airport, you can take an airport transfer bus to the main bus terminal in Zadar; from here take an additional bus direct to Novalja. The island is connected to the mainland by bridge – with local bus operator Antonio Tours.
You can also fly into some of the other airports in Croatia for more options in reaching Sonus. See our Getting to Split and Getting to Zagreb pages for details of which airlines fly to these cities from the UK and Europe.
There is a direct bus from Zagreb to Novalja (journey time 5.5 hours – see the Zagreb Bus Terminal website) whilst Split is about 4.5 hours south of Novalja. In the summer months, there’s a direct bus service run by Antonio Tours from Split to Novalja that operates in the late afternoon/evening.
Take a look at more details on Getting to Pag from various places in Croatia.