Part of of the artists performing at Neversea 2019 revealed


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The organizers of the NEVERSEA festival have announced part of the artists who will perform at the third edition of the festival due this summer ion the Romanian seaside. Among the artists confirmed there are Afrojack, G-Eazy, Jessie J, Lost Frequencies, Steve Aoki, Rudimental DJ, Jamie Jones, Tale of Us, Andy C, Chinese Man, Flux Pavilion, Sub Focus DJ Set & ID, Wilkinson DJ Set & MC AD-APT.

More names will be revealed soon.

The third edition of Neversea is due July 4-7, 2019 on the Neversea beach in Constanta, the city on the Romanian Black Sea coast.

The American Rapper G-Eazy will perform for the first time in Romania, on the festival’s main stage. The artist had successful collaborations with Bebe Rexha, Britney Spears, but also with his former lover Halsey for the „Him & I” hit.

Afrojack, Lost Frequencies și Steve Aoki performed before in Romania, at UNTOLD and NEVERSEA.

Last year, Armin van Buuren, Steve Aoki, Aloe Blacc, Steve Angello, The Script, John Newman, Axwell / Ingrosso, Subcarpaţi, Scooter, Grasu XXLIrina Rimes, Carla’s Dreams, Alan Walker, Hardwell, Satra B.E.N.Z performed at Neversea.

Tickets for the 2019 edition are available here.

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