Balaton Sound announces phase 2 lineup

Music

The organizers of the popular Balaton Sound summer open-air electronic music festival have revealed a new bunch of performers in a phase 2 announcement, including The Chainsmokers, Tiësto, and G-Eazy.

The new performers join the likes of Armin van Buuren, Marshmello, Paul Kalkbrenner, and DJ Snake.

Dutch EDM legend Tiësto is set to headline the main stage on Balaton Soundʼs opening night, with The Chainsmokers also set to feature on the main stage over the course of the five-day festival. This yearʼs festival, also featuring rap star G-Eazy, will run July 3-7, and will be rounded off by a live performance by English drum and bass band Rudimental on Sunday evening.

Further performers will include BRIT Award nominee Jess Glynne, Columbian star J Balvin, Protocol label boss Nicky Romero, hugely popular U.S. duo Sofi Tukker, and Shark Squad leader Jauz. The phase two lineup also features Dubfire, Vinai, Martin Jensen, Deorro, and French duo Tchami X Malaa.

Day tickets start from EUR 64, three-day passes from EUR 165, four-day passes from EUR 179, and five-day passes from EUR 205. 

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