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Sound Waves announces I Hate Models, Deborah de Luca, Azyr and 6ejou for 2024 edition in Portugal

Sound Waves Festival

The Sound Waves Festival, set to take place in Esmoriz on July 6th, has announced its first nine headliners for the 17th edition. The lineup includes notable artists and promises more internationally renowned artists to join the lineup, making it the most epic edition in the event's history.

Frenchman I Hate Models, the current techno artist, leads the Sound Waves lineup, raising the bar for the best edition in history. The emerging British phenomenon, Azyr, will set the dancefloor on fire with his explosive techno and from Scotland comes Franck, one of the producers of the moment who arrives for the first time in Portugal. Joanna Coelho, one of the international artists most loved by the public, once again shares her best techno. Miss Sheila, the biggest and most influential name in techno in Portugal, will make the crowd roar at Esmoriz.

The iconic Deborah de Luca joins the 2024 edition with her warm and charismatic techno in a performance that promises to be electrifying. From France 6EJOU will guarantee a live show at the highest level with his Hypnotic Industrial Techno and from Holland Dyen will captivate with his aggressive

rhythms. The emerging Stëh is conquering the techno scene in Europe and closes phase 2 of the Sound Waves Festival line up.

The festival will feature over 20 hours of non-stop music, with doors opening at 5:00 p.m. and the event concluding at 1:30 p.m. the following day. Sound Waves Festival is known for its vibrant techno lineup and immersive experiences, attracting thousands of electronic music enthusiasts to the north of Portugal.

This year marks a significant milestone for the Sound Waves brand, with the 17th edition of the festival scheduled for July 6th, the announcement of dates for Sound Waves Invites, and the second edition of Sound Waves Winter Edition set to take place on December 7th at the Pavilhão Carlos Lopes in Lisbon. These events celebrate the 19-year legacy of the iconic Portuguese festival.

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