SonarKids closes its third edition successfully in attendance and participation.

5.192 people attended the music and creative experiences festival for children and their parents created by Sonar.

The 3rd edition of SonarKids rounded off the ideal Sonar 2011 with a fun day for all the family.

The festival opened it's doors to the public at 11am, to shows from the Portuguese group Buraka Som Sistema, the illustrious British DJ and BBC Radio 1 radio presenter Gilles Peterson, the youthful pop group Papa Topo, from Valencia Polock and the  Pioneer DJ Kids, whose skills behind the decks caused a furor amongst the smallest of attendees.

SonarKids put on a great number of activities and creative participation workshops like those of the street dance masterclasses put on by the Brodas company who made adults and children alike follow their dance moves, the construction of sound cubes by Buildasound, Sònia Gómez's show-workshop, the musical tales of Vie Vide Kids and the DJ workshop held by Microfusa, which was one of the most solicited workshops by the little ones.

Moreover, at Sonarkids the public was able to enjoy the short-animation films being screened in the SonarHall in collaboration with the Belgian youth cinema 'Jeugdfilm Festival' and the multimedia art festival OFFFMàtica, which this year themed on portrait, left both child and adult mouths wide open with awe.