Summer music festivals to dance till you drop
Stage and audience at a concert
Music and entertainment with sounds from the latest top international artists with a dedicated following among the young. All you need is to be ready to have lots of fun to get the most out of the summer in Spain. Its music festivals will do the rest: FIB, Sónar, BBK… Plenty of decibels with the top acts in every genre to ensure the music and dancing never stop this summer.
Rock, pop, electronic music, world music, dance, singer-songwriters... Beaches, big cities, deserts... Music during the day and at night under the stars... You'll find sounds to suit everyone, whatever their musical tastes, in June, July and August, and all over Spain. Choose your time, choose your place and enjoy a holiday programme especially designed for people who are young... at heart. All you need to do is relax and have fun.
Festivals till you drop
There are numerous music festivals for young people in summer, and some are famous all over the world. Make a note of them – you're sure to want to dance all summer long.
Some of the music festivals this summer 2015: Primavera Sound, in Barcelona: 28-30 May.
Indie Scene Festival, Contempop Ranea, in Alburquerque (Badajoz, in Extremadura): 5 and 6 June.
Sónar, in Barcelona: 18-20 June.
Mulafest, in Madrid: 25-28 June.
BBK Live, in Bilbao: 9-11 July.
FIB, Benicàssim International Festival, en Castellón (Region of Valencia): 16-19 July.
International Celtic Music Festival in Ortigueira (A Coruña, Galicia) 16-19 July.
Barcelona Beach Festival: 18 July.
San Sebastián International Jazz Festival, Jazzaldía: 22-26 July.
Low Festival Benidorm, in Castellón (Region of Valencia): 22-26 July.
Arenal Sound, in Burriana (Castellón, in the Region of Valencia): from 28 July to August 2
Rototom Sunsplash, European Reggae Festival, in Benicàssim (Castellón, Region of Valencia): 15-22 August. You can see the complete line-up for each festival on the official websites, and don't wait to organise your trip. The music's already playing.
Archivo FIB. Olga López