June 19, 2021
Monasterio
Carpa & Picnic

Get Lost

Get Lost OFFSónar 2020 has been postponed to 19 June 2021.

We will be contacting all ticket holders directly from May 19 onwards to explain to them their options for transferring their ticket to our next edition, or processing a refund. We kindly ask that if your question relates to ticketing to please wait for us to contact you.

Artists
Psychedelic advanturism defines Martin Gretschmann's club-orientated project Acid Pauli, bending minds and moving feet around the world.
No.19 Music label head and accolade collecting producer and DJ in his own right, Art Department became an international sensation…
Bedouin sees nomads Rami Abousabe and Tamer Malki create their own idiosyncratic spell of melodies and rhythms, pulled from their…
Be it in the depths of Mayan ruins in Mexico, the sand and heat of Robot Heart at Burning Man,…
DJ Holographic is a one-woman funk machine, one of the newest wave of artists emerging from the musical leading-edge that…
Internationally acclaimed producer as half of grammy-winning due Deep Dish or solo with residencies and invitations to headline the worlds…
Not to be constrained to working within one genre, Felix Da Housecat has produced a steady stream of collaborations with…
Guti's sound is a synthesis of his background in Jazz and Rock and his modern career as a producer and…
Magit Cacoon pushes a mystical, hypnotic, atmospheric blend of techno, displaying elements from her upbringing in Israel fused with darker…
Romanian-born and influenced Adrian Nuculae brings a fresh take on the unmistakable sound of his country to deliver deep grooves…
Pampa-affiliate Robag Wruhme is a leading proponent of an uniquely-German sound, cleverly striding the edges of house and techno, soft…
Crosstown Rebels regular and New York resident Serge Devant brings his trippy grooves and looped-out vibe to Get Lost Barcelona.
A breakout star from Serbia, Tijana T has a career spanning more than 20 years and a laundry-list accomplishments, leading…
OFFSónar Venues
Poble Espanyol
Poble Espanyol is an open-air architectural museum situated on the steps of the Montjuïc mountain overlooking Barcelona. With expansive squares, panoramic lookouts, intimate lanes, and lush greenery, it offers a diversity of experiences across it’s three venues.
Situated at the highest point of Poble Espanyol, the Monasterio offers an intimate dancefloor with panoramic views across Barcelona. Magical at sunset.
Nestled at the back of the Poble Espanyol complex, the Carpa & Picnic Area offers a hidden refuge with pine-filled outdoor space and a semi-covered dancefloor, equipped with state of the art sound.