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Planning ahead? Mallorca Live could be your perfect festival for 2024

Head to the Balearic Isles for three days of music-fuelled fun from 13th - 15th June

By Rolling Stone UK

(Picture: Mallorca Live)

If you’re already looking ahead to heading away for a spot of European festival fun in 2024, Mallorca Live might just be the option for you.

The festival returned to the Balaeric Islands in May and brought together 65,000 attendees for three unforgettable days of live music.

On May 18, 19 and 20, great Spanish and international artists and bands gathered at Calvià’s Old Aquapark. The hits of the The Kooks, the charm of Vetusta Morla and the iconic Bad Gyal took the festival by storm on its opening day, sharing the lineup with eclectic Spanish acts such as Natos y Waor, León Benavente, Rojuu, Carlangas, Ginebras or Xavibo, legendary German DJ Sven Väth and the perfect ending with the always exciting Bresh party.

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Friday took in performances from the Black Eyed Peas, a long-awaited live performance by German trio Moderat, sharing an eclectic lineup with electronic music icon Peggy Gou, The Dandy Warhols, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. There was also room for local talent with Majorcans L.A. and Dollar Selmouni reflecting the festival’s commitment to supporting the local scene. 

The Chemical Brothers also put the finishing touch to this edition on Saturday with their first ‘live’ visit to the island, in a day when the live performances by Bomba Estéreo, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), Viva Suecia, La Plazuela, The Reytons or Yendry, amongst others, stood out.

All considered, the island of Mallorca has once again stood out in 2023 and established itself in the international spotlight thanks to the festival, which has returned for the sixth year and is quickly establishing itself as one of the Balearic Islands’ most important music event.

(Picture: Mallorca Live)

It is a great catalyst for the cultural sector, an ambassador for the Balearic Islands and a promoter of the Mallorca brand and festival tourism.

Now, if you’re looking ahead to next year’s event, across 13,14 and 15th June, now could be the time to get it sorted. There’s the small matter of the cost too – with three days at next year’s festival coming in at a very affordable €108,90. It might just be the festival for 2024.