Saturday, January 22

C. Tangana heads the lineup for Spring Festival 2022 in Alicante

The Spring Festival today announced the first names of its 2022 poster headed by C. Tangana, to which they join Dorian, Viva Sweden, Burning Bogotá, Cariño and Trashi. In addition, the main festival of the Alicante spring returns to the city of Alicante after the last editions at IFA and will do so during the days May 27-28, 2022 inaugurating a new enclosure in Rabasa.

The Madrid artist C. Tangana, which has helped to redefine and transcend the urban genre thanks to his vision and artistic passion, he will present “The Madrileño” (2021), his great work, with which he has obtained five Latin Grammy nominations. An album in which he has explored personal themes with frankness, introspection and honesty, as well as broadening his musical horizons with great collaborations.

Dorian The round of first confirmations continues for the 2022 edition of the festival. After the international success of “Justicia Universal” (2018), the band is working on their new album “Ritual” that will be released in spring, and of which they have already announced their first big advance single: ‘Dos Vidas’. A dazzling track that’s destined to become one of the most chanted songs in his entire repertoire.

Another of the names in these first confirmations is Long live sweden. The Murcian band that in 2019 surprised with their third album, “El Milagro”, -with which they hung the sold out poster in practically all their concerts- in 2021 they have followed in the wake adding to their repertoire ‘La Voz del Presidente’. A song full of memorable verses that sublimates the essences of Viva Sweden and its lyrical capacity.

Bogotá burns will present his debut album, “La Noche”, a work of ten songs that hook, empower and excite and with a very particular essence that will be reflected, without a doubt, in his rapturous live. The band continues to vindicate the chiaroscuro of its generation with its energetic lyrics, forceful rhythms and distorted guitars.

Too Sweetie will pass through the stage of Spring Festival 2022. Since they published their first feature, they have received unanimous marks from critics and the public. A band that is capable of combining pop and contemporary music with deep lyrics and choreable choruses.

Closing this batch of confirmations is Trashi, who with their freshness, spontaneity and good vibes will present their first EP, “What happened that summer” in the vein of their intimate, simple and raw pop that has led them to be one of the revelation bands.

Spring Festival will be a weekend with more than 20 hours of music in a large enclosure, called Multiespacio Rabasa, with two stages, with easy access and its own parking, indicates the organization.

Tickets on sale tomorrow at 12 noon

Two-day passes for Spring Festival can be purchased from tomorrow, Tuesday, at 12 o’clock in and in This is a very limited quota of 1,000 tickets that will increase in price as the units sell out.

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