As of today we can begin to see how our day by day lineup looks like and we add a new handful of names. In addition, day tickets are now on sale, available from € 59, as well as 2-day passes from €99. Plus watch out, as half of the 3-day passes have already been sold and the other half is still available from € 119.TICKETS ON SALE
The Spanish scene is the focus of the first day. On Thursday, May 18, Natos y Waor, León Benavente, Carlangas(exleader of Novedades Carminha) and Rojuu join previously confirmed acts Vetusta Morla, Rusowsky, Xavibo, Alien Tango, Judeline, Ghouljaboy, Mut, Bilo y Llvna. British band Courting, also join in and, in addition to the Bresh party, we will dance at Cocoon, one of Ibiza’s most famous parties
On Friday, May 19, eclecticism makes its way in with German electronic music supergroup Moderat and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Dandy Warhols guitars arrive all the way from the United States. In the national section, we welcome the challenging rap of twin brothers Ayax y Prok and indie rockers Second, will bid farewell to their Majorcan fans after more than 20 years of career. Thanks to Sa Fonda, dancing is assured with Dengue Dengue Dengue, Toccororo, Bosq, Voilaaa, La Calor and Los del Ficus. On this second day we will also enjoy the live shows of previously announced Peggy Gou, L.A., Jimena Amarillo, Dollar Selmouni, Embusteros, Hickeys, Brigitte Laverne, Foraster and Queen Marsa.
The third and last day of the festival, on Saturday, May 20, headed by The Chemical Brothers on their first LIVE visit to the Balearic Islands, is now joined by an interesting cocktail of styles: the fusion of electronic music and Caribbean sounds of Bomba Estéreo, epic indie by Viva Suecia , UK guitar phenomenon The Reytons, afrobeat by Seun Kuti & Egypt 80(youngest son of Fela Kuti, afrobeat pioneer, and leader of his late father’s band), transgressor German DJ and producer Helena Hauff, Morreo celebration of 60s and 70s’ Spanish pop and Fundación Francisco Frankenstein and Xanguitoas two examples of the exciting Majorcan scene. They will share the day with Yendry, Blanco Palamera, Ralphie Choo, Irenegarry, La Plazuela, Black Sea Deluge and Nita.