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FITUR IS MUSIC LAUNCHES ON THE 25 AND 26 OF THIS MONTH AT FITUR

THE ORGANISATION ANNOUNCES PRODUCTION DATA AND PRICE CHANGES


In two weeks Madrid will launch FITUR IS MUSIC, a new cultural event that was created within the framework of FITUR FESTIVALS, a monographic section of the International Tourism Fair.

This is the first time that IFEMA-FITUR has its own musical production, thanks to two further organisers: Planet Events and Disorder, and with the media support by Radio 3 and Mondo Sonoro. It will be held on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 January, in Hall 1 at Feria de Madrid.

Focusing mainly on urban and alternative music, it is an egalitarian festival, with a logical artistic balance (nine artists or bands led by men and seven by women).

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The show bill for the first day will focus on rap and trap artists, from 7:00 pm to 3:00 am, with NATOS Y WAOR, DENOM, CRUZ CAFUNÉ, THE ZOMBIE KIDS, ONE PATH, ALBANY and OJO ÚLTIMO. The second day, from 7:00 pm to 06:00 am, will offer an indie and electronic program with MANDO DIAO, MASTODONTE, DELAPORTE, MUEVELOREINA, CARIÑO, MIQUI BRIGHTSIDE, CHERIES DJS, VOLVER and GANGES. The headliners on both days (NATOS Y WAOR and MANDO DIAO) will offer complete concerts within the festival.

FITUR IS MUSIC will have a technical set-up worthy of consolidated festivals, suited to large indoor concert venues such as IFEMA. The area, 5,400 m2, will have a single stage measuring 18 metres wide and 14 metres deep, with over 80,000 watts of sound, 100 show lighting devices, over 100 m2 of LED screens and top-notch technical and human resources.

After several promotions for the first purchasers, tickets are set at an affordable price of €28 processing fees, per day, and they can be purchased at www.entradas.com, Ticketmaster, Ticketea and Entradas a tu alcance. FITUR IS MUSIC is designed for the general public; pursuant to current legislation, minors under 16 may attend accompanied by a legal guardian. Tickets to the festival are separate from the tickets to the Tourism Fair.