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Sonus Festival 2016 to Support Humanitarian Action for Brain Tumor Research


Sonus Festival, which will be held on Croatia’s Zrce Beach from 21-25 August 2016 on the island, continues to make a number of new announcements, including a big humanitarian action…

More than 60 artists will be playing Sonus Festival 2016 and one of the festival’s regular guests, popular underground DJ and producer Seth Troxler, plans to climb Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for brain tumor research. Troxler hopes to raise one million dollars for the cause.

Visitors to Sonus Festival 2016 have a chance to take part in the humanitarian action where Troxler will be one of the headline acts. At the info stand at the festival visitors can make a donation towards the cause of raising money for brain tumor research.

Troxler fans will have a chance to hear him play twice at this year’s Sonus Festival. Troxler, who is playing at his 4th Sonus Festival, will perform in the day part of the festival after Bas Ibellini at Kalyspo, and at the end of the festival with Jackmaster at Aquarius club.

You can support Seth’s initiative on the link here.

Seth Troxler

Seth Troxler

This year’s lineup will feature many top artists, including Adam Beyer, Ibelini, Butch, Jackmaster, Luciano, Dubfire, Monika Kruse, Leo Aguiar, Ricardo Villalobos and loads more.

Tickets can be purchased on the festival website here.

For more information about Sonus Festival 2016 check out the official website here.

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