The Benidorm festival (Spain, Mediterranean seaside) will be held from July 26 to 28 at the Ciudad Deportiva Guillermo Amor. Previously, the Low has announced the performances of New Order, Foals, Bastille, MØ, The Vaccines...
The electronic pop of Fangoria and the dance-rock of << rinôçérôse >> will sound at the next Low Festival that will be held from July 26 to 28 at the Ciudad Deportiva Guillermo Amor in Benidorm (Alicante, Spain).
Alaska and Nacho Canut, alma mater of Fangoria, will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the group in the Mediterranean city. In this birthday party will play songs as well known as ‘A quién le importa', 'Ni tú ni nadie' or 'Bailando'. Pop and rock themes with doses of electronic dance oriented both on stage, with their usual choreography, and among the public. They will also perform in the neighboring Festival de les Arts de València, which has already announced its 'sold out'.
For their part, the French << rinôçérôse >>, duet of Montpellier formed by Jean-Philippe Freu (guitar) and Patrice 'Patou' Carrié (bass), will also invite the audience of the Alicante festival to dance with their dance-rock presenting their seventh album 'Angels & Demons'. However, the song that put them on the international map of music was their single 'Le Mobilier'.
The following new artists and groups complete the new round of confirmations: the Portuguese Brako (ex Buraka Som Sistema) with its electronic-tribal rhythms, the North Americans White Fang (Garage Noise) and the Spanish bands Full, Nunatak and Texxcoco.
Previously the Low Festival had announced the performances of New Order, Bastille, Foals, Vetusta Morla, The Vaccines, MØ, Cut Copy, Ladytron, Dorian, La Casa Azul, Zahara, Viva Suecia, Varry Brava, Mattiel, Rex The Dog, Chancha Via Circuito , Mucho, The New Raemon, Airbag, The Limboos, La Zowi, Cariño, Mourn, Camellos, Adriana Proenza, Vera Green, Monterrosa, Flash Show, The Invaders, Yo Diablo and The Seafood Special.
The Low Festival is one of the Spanish summer festivals with a greater number of attendees. Although the range of styles that it encompasses seems diverse, from indie pop-rock to trap or electronics, the fact is that for the moment most bands are pop-rock.
As for the price, the basic three-day pass is quite affordable, 63 euros, although it also has other subscriptions with a higher price, and also higher benefits, such as the VIP Pass, 120 euros, and the VIP Pool, at 170 euros.