Pop in Sohail Castle in Fuengirola

Fuengirola is taking advantage of the summer to open space in the music scene in the province. After the month of July was marked by a concert by Paco de Lucia and the celebration of two festivals ‘indie’ and ‘house’, the month of August will be dedicated to ‘pop-rock‘ and the Sweet Sea Festival, which will be present at Sohail Castle for two weekends (from 6th to 8th and 20th to 22nd of August) with a programme headed by Danza Invisible, Coque Malla, Los Rebeldes, Natalia, La Hungara and Sergio Contreras.

The event organized in Fuengirola will start Friday night, 6th of August, with performances by Dry Martina, La Pachacuty Flamenco Style and El Ombú. Entry is free for what will be the appetizer for the main course on Saturday, the day that the city will recover the “La Noche Rosa” (The Pink Night), a festival that for years brought together in Fuengirola to the best of national pop that will flood the Moorish stronghold with the spirit in the early 80s with the presence of Coque Malla, Danza Invisible, Los Rebeldes and Currito y los Escombros.

Tickets for that night which more than Pink promises to be magical are priced at 15 Euros with drink and can be purchased at El Corte Ingles, Carrefour and the pubs Informal, La Botica, O’Reilly’s and 20Dkoppas.

The castle Sohail will host on Sunday an open house from noon onwards, where have been organized various recreational activities aimed at both adults and children, without forgetting the true meaning of the event, since there will be performances of Baya Plan, Futu Matano y Surfing Groove.

Thus Fuengirola residents and visitors can enjoy many days of music, many artists and many different musical styles.

Raúl G.T

Raúl G.T

Developer and content editor at Malagaweb.com
Travel blogger, web developer and content editor. Author of many of the travel guides and tips available online about Andalucia, Malaga and Spain.
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