On the 16th july, at Palco EDP, the californians Fidlar will bring their contagious energy, with addictive and electric riffs. Debut up 3 years ago with a self-titled album that put them playing alongside with some giants of Rock. With their second album “Too”, published in 2015, the band wanted to grow lyrical and musically. Not distorting the direct and impactful sound of punk and rock. Not to be missed live at the Parque.
Petite Noir is Yannick Ilunga. His debut album “La Vie Est Belle / Life Is Beautiful” is a fusion of contemporary with African sounds. The music is highly original and Petite Noir’s interpretative skills leave no one indifferent. On the 15th July, at Palco EDP.
From Ireland to Palco EDP, on the 14th july, Villagers.
Conor O’Brien is known for offering the best folk with alternative pop music. Nominated for several awards, he edited one of the best albums of 2015, “Darling Arithmetic”. Confessional and very touching songs is what they have to offer.
Kwabena Adjepong or, simplified for music purposes, Kwabs, is one of the new emerging names in British music and has given a lot to talk about.
In all its 21 previous editions, Super Bock Super Rock has brought to its stage some of the biggest names in music ever. In this year 22nd edition the tradition remains and the name that is announced today is one of the biggest stars of 2015: Kendrick Lamar.
Although the confirmations are just getting started, we have already impressive artists in our 2016 ranks: The National, Jamie XX, Mac DeMarco and Kurt Vile. Today a new group joins the gang: Bloc Party.