Neversea blows away all expectations with its third edition
Neversea, the ultimate summer festival, which takes place in Constanta, Romania has once again blown away all of the expectations with four days of outstanding performances, stunning beach-side views, amazing weather and many memorable moments. 240,000 people from Romania, UK, Germany, Bulgaria, France, Italy and other countries, decided to embark on this glorious journey and enjoyed 70 hours of music, carefully selected by some of the best artists in the scene at the moment, like Alesso, Afrojack, Steve Aoki, Lost Frequencies and ATB to name a few.
Over 150 international and local artists were spread across five stages in four days – Main stage, Daydreaming, The Ark, Temple and Oasis. The organisers really did their best to make sure that there was something for everyone, with genres varying from EDM, house, techno, hip-hop and pop, besides all of the DJ sets, they also incorporated some live acts that fulfilled the festival with their uniqueness. The international crowd was highly energetic and loved all of the performances, but there were definitely some highlights, one of them, when their Romanian sweetheart Inna took over the stage on the first day, the entire crowd sang along! Another spectacular moment took place when KSHMR incorporated a song by the Romanian national legend Nicolae Furdui Iancu and when Salvatore Ganacci made a similar move, by dropping a track by the Romanian singer Adrian Copilul Minune.
Besides the 240,000 people at the festival, more than 3 million people joined the party from the comfort of their home via live stream, which was on all four days of the festivals on Facebook and their YouTube channel, delivering the high quality performances to an even bigger, global audience.
But a good thing to know is that Neversea isn’t just about the amazing music, it’s also an unforgettable experience, brought to you by various international brand activations, an exceptionally wide selection of tasteful food and drinks and unmissable stunning sunsets and sunrises if you’re persistent enough. The festival is very committed to making some positive changes in the world, combining fun with beneficial, encouraging young people in Romania to donate blood in an exchange for a free 1-day ticket to the festival, or for a discount on the full ticket. 1900 donors gave around 840 litres of blood, helping 6000 patients and counting in the process.
All in all, the festival amazed the visitors in every way possible and definitely deserve a spot on the world’s best festivals list. The registrations for the 2020 edition are already open here, so make sure to sign up so that you don’t miss the early bird tickets and all of the artist announcements that will follow in the upcoming months.