Marking its largest attendance to date while featuring a lineup filled to the brim with global dance music superstars, Romania’s Neversea just wrapped up its 5th edition.
Following a two-year hiatus, Neversea’s return to Constanța last year set new records for the festival, which were surpassed in 2023 to the tune of roughly 280,000 fans.
Strategically positioned on a scenic beach, the dazzling Neversea boasts an enormous festival site with visually stunning corners to explore. Apart from its quality food vendors and many onsite activities, the festival’s music curation certainly sets it apart. Across six jaw-dropping stages, Neversea is able to fit everyone from international rap and pop artists and some of dance music’s most celebrated DJs, to a wide range of underground and local acts from a wide variety of genres.
With its diverse lineup and jaw-dropping production, the mainstage became one of the festival’s main attractions. Brazilian superstar Alok, masked house music star Claptone, future rave pioneer MORTEN and Hexagon boss Don Diablo gave unforgettable performances, while beloved acts such as SOFI TUKKER, Lost Frequencies, Steve Aoki, Timmy Trumpet and many more took the decks. Famed rappers Lil Pump and Ckay also took the stage for the very first time in Romania, while the lineup also included performances from reggaeton star J Balvin and hip-hop icon Lil Uzi Vert.
Neversea’s DayDreaming stage united a large number of names across multiple genres, while arguably being the festival’s most beautiful sunset spot. Dubfire, Lee Burridge, Emanuel Satie, Layla Benitez, Rampue, Tooker and many local DJs took its decks, while bass music enthusiasts could call the Ark stage their home, which hosted heavy sets from the likes of Borgore, Apashe and many more.
For yet another year, Neversea lit up Romania in a mesmerizing 5th edition, cementing itself as one of the best beach festivals in Europe. The first tickets for Neversea Festival 2024 are available on July 20th. Fans can register here for a 100 RON discount on their 2024 pass.