Twelve hours of live music at the Santa Ana Square

On Friday 11 and Saturday 12, March, Vegueta holds the concerts of Mi Capitán, Texxcoco, Fajardo, El Guincho, Boreals and Banadú within the 16th Las Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival’s schedule

The 16th Las Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival holds next Friday 11 and Saturday 12, March, two night concerts amounting to 12 hours of live music. The Musical Festival’s schedule of the Monopol Music Festival, included in this edition in the Film Festival and supported by Las Palmas de Gran Canaria’s city council and Cerveza Dorada, is made up of El Guincho, as well as Boreals, Mi Capitán, Fajardo, Texxcoco and Banadú.

After bands such as Polock, Los Labios, Solo Astra, Pumuky, Egon Soda, James&Black and Red Beard, among others, MMF repeats one more edition its high-quality proposal. This year, an energetic mixture of rock, pop, electro and hip-hop music will fill Las Palmas de Gran Canaria’s Santa Ana Square from 8pm on the following Friday 11 and Saturday 12, March.

The first day, the scheduled performances are Fajardo, the Fuerteventura-native artist who shares his third work with Costa Rica Monte; Texxcoco, recent winner of the prestigious contest Capital Sonora, and those of the Barcelona-native Mi Capitán, one of 2016’s surprises. The following day, on Saturday, March 12, the festival will be closed by the young Gran-Canaria-native band Banadú, the Catalan-Canarian pop-electronic quartet, Boreals, and El Guincho, who is currently presenting its third album “HiperAsia” all around the world.

The food van la Allendeta and the bar Cerveza Dorada will be set up at the Santa Ana Square during the Musical Festival, too.

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