One of the most eagerly awaited music events of the year, Festival de les Arts in Valencia, is due to start this Friday.
Held in Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències in Valencia city, Festival de les Arts is one of the most hotly anticipated events of the year. Not only because its line-up is always impressive, but also because the performances can be enjoyed in the futuristic backdrop of the City of Arts and Sciences.
Festival de les Arts will also be one of the first events in Valencia that requires attendees to provide a Covid Digital Certificate or negative coronavirus test to access the venue, according to the protocol established by the Conselleria de Sanidad Universal y Salud Pública.
It is a two-day event that will take place on Friday and Saturday, but the entrance tickets have already been sold. And it’s no surprise, given the quality of the lineup.
On Friday 5 November, Festival de les Arts 2021 will present Madrid-based group Vetusta Morla, the multi-talented Rigoberta Bandini, Valencians La Habitación Roja and the strange but popular pair (made of Superwoman and a monkey) called ELYELLA. First day’s lineup will also include singer songwriter Suu, Amatria, and Valencian groups Santero y Los Muchachos, Valira and Maren, as well as Siloé.
The lineup for Saturday 6 November is just as great. Fangoria will be there as will Viva Suecia playing songs from their album El Milagro as well as many of their other hits. They will be followed by La M.O.D.A with their folk, blues, rock ‘n’ roll and punk influences, alongside Varry Brava, and La La Love You, Sexy Zebras and Chica Sobresalto. The programme will also include Veintiuno, Confeti de Odio, Karavana and Novembre Elèctric.
This year’s Festival de les Arts in València was organised in the same manner as previous years, with the same attention to detail and a fantastic lineup. The organisers promised a rich weekend in which the music and architecture of Ciutat De Les Arts I Ciencies would come together to put on an incredible show that would be equally pleasing to the ear and the eye.
Since the tickets have sold out, this is a reminder to everyone who wants to learn more about the local music scene and Spanish music in general to mark their calendars so they can get the tickets on time next year.