Musical and performing arts shows make up a very important part of the pillar program. The action moves to multiple spaces in the city with proposals for all tastes.
When it comes to concerts, most of the biggest names are concentrated in the two privately run venues. In the Príncipe Felipe pavilion the two great events will be starred Joan Manuel Serrat, who will stop on his farewell tour on October 12 and 13 with all tickets sold out for weeks. Nobody wants to miss the goodbye of this universal singer-songwriter. It will be preceded by the Queen tribute show ‘God save the Queen’ –a fixture at parties– (today) and Estopa (Tuesday). Dani Martín will lower the curtain next Saturday.
The Espacio Zity, in the Valdespartera venue, is another of the epicenters of partying and fun. Today, with a guaranteed full house, the ‘Love the 90’s’ party will be devoured, with a lineup from that decade: 2 Unlimited, La Bouche, GEM, Ann Lee, Paradisio, OBK, Ku Minerva, Chimo Bayo, Kriss, Just Luis, Rebecca, Sensity World, Wintermute and Jumper Brothers. Tomorrow it will be the turn of independent sounds with La MODA Previously, the afternoon will be the heritage of the little ones with ‘Cantajuego, the circus of the clown Tallarín’. A day later the rappers Natos and Waor will step very hard. The ‘indie’ will rule again on Tuesday with Izal, who will present the album ‘Hogar’. On Thursday ‘Rave in the river’ will bring together thousands of people to the sound of electronic music in multiple variants. On Friday there will only be one queen, Bad Gyal, who has transcended the trap to become a massive phenomenon. The activity in Valdespartera will conclude on Saturday with the DJs Andrés Campo and Frank.
The municipal and free programming is crowned in the Plaza del Pilar. La Pegatina promises today an infallible mix of sound with a lot of rumba and ska. Tomorrow Fangoria will disembark, with Alaska and Nacho Canut at the helm of this long-standing project that combines pop with electronics. The dancing and marching will not stop on Monday with the massive Independance party. Change of register on Tuesday with Pablo Alborán and his songs full of sensitivity. On Wednesday it will be the turn of ‘Vida’, a great show of dance, music and folklore. And in the afternoon the winners of the Contest of Jota and Semblante Aragonés will perform. On Friday they will bet on Aragonese talent with Tako, Layla Añil, Paul Depablo and Diario Fantasma. On Saturday the same line will be followed with Jotalent, Artists of the Guild and Fresquito and Mango. For Farewell Sunday, consolation will be found in Los Estanques with Anni B. Sweet, Ángel Stanich and Delacueva. The Amici Musicae Choir and its Youth Choir will put the finishing touch interpreting ‘Somos’ by Labordeta.
The Parque Grande Winter Garden repeats as a location and credits an appetizing poster for the most demanding palates. On Monday they open fire Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Tashi Dorji and Les Conches Velasques. Angelus Apatrida, Darmage and Nuestroctubre continue on Tuesday. Wednesday will be dominated by Madeleine Peyroux and Gancho Drom. On Thursday Zahara will break in with his force, which will be preceded by Santoral. A luxury that will be extended to Friday with Macy Gray and Lux Naturans. The final icing will be placed on Saturday by the great Toquinho, Brazilian legend, and Marta Domingo & Humberto Ríos.
Bruil Park will also have its soundtrack with Ropero and Dani Oldfox (today), Die Cabine (tomorrow), Play the Game (tribute to Queen, on Monday), the band of Jordi Évole and Florida and Hermosso (Tuesday), Wall with Wall, Selvajes and Los Drunken Cowboys (Wednesday), Leticia Sabater (Thursday), In Materia (Friday), Pecker (Saturday) and Funksionarios (Sunday).
Brothers in Band (tribute band to Dire Straits) will play today in the Multipurpose room of the Auditorium and Camela on Tuesday. In the Mozart and Luis Galve rooms there is space for classical music.
The North Station emerges with its own light: Femi Kuti & The Positive Force and Move Quartet (morning), Derby Motoretta’s Burrito Kachimba and Salto (Monday), Ptazeta, Queralt Lahoz, Vollano Antillano and Xina Mora (Tuesday), Lila Downs and Ixeya (Wednesday), Uxía & Javier Ruibal and Almalé (Thursday), The Soft Moon and Bladimir Ros (Friday), Caloncho, Club del Río and Ester Vallejo (Saturday) and Circuit des Yeux (Sunday).
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In the more theatrical sphere, the great musical of the festivities, Ángel Llácer’s version of ‘Cage of the crazy ones’, is performed at the Expo Congress Palace. At the Teatro Principal, Mecano is evoked in ‘Cruz de navajas’. The Teatro del Mercado is delivered from Monday to a pillarist classic, ‘Comisaria en fiestas’, by Teatro Indigesto. In Las Esquinas, laughter is guaranteed with ‘El spoilsports’, with Josema Yuste and Santiago Urrialde, and with ‘Fabiolo Connection’, with Rafa Maza. At the World Trade Center Luis Pardos has summoned María Jesús and her Accordion, Jordi LP and other guest artists.
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Don’t let the music stop: from Serrat’s goodbye to Toquinho’s samba
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