The Barcelona festival has confirmed more details of upcoming events in Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Colombia.
In Santiago, the Sónar+D conference has artists using outer space sounds collected by the Very Large Telescope, which is situated in the Atacama desert. Buenos Aires sees Sónar+D presenting a panel of Argentinian female DJs as well as an Akai MPC masterclass led by Leo Garcia. São Paulo's conference revolves around a Maker Lab with 3D printers, while Santiago's Sónar+D offers a music hack day, talks and robotics demonstrations.
Bogotá does not have a conference, but the music portion of all four dates features headliners The Chemical Brothers and Hot Chip. Brodinski and Evian Christ are also on board for the South American leg, with Pional and Recondite joining for the majority of the shows. DJ Tennis and Atom TM are some of the other artists appearing over the two-week tour. Each city's Sónar has been organised with help from local promoters and includes notable homegrown contingent, with South American artists comprising 36 of the 90 acts booked in total.
Check out the event listings below for further details.