For yet another year this festival brings some great musicians to Mallorca to enjoy summer nights with the performance of legends like Maceo Parker, Village People or Nena, among others.
Ever since 2013, Port Adriano has been the venue for this festival which is now consolidated as a reference within the Mediterranean, attended by 35,000 people in concerts held in the marina in July and August. Figures such as Gloria Gaynor, Buena Vista Social Club, El Cigala and Omara Portuondo have passed through it, to mention just a few, and in 2019 more unforgettable nights are scheduled with names like Gregory Porter (21st July), or Melody Gardot (30th July).
Also performing is Maceo Parker (27th July), one of the most revolutionary saxophonists of modern music; in the ‘60s he was a member of James Brown’s legendary backing band the J.B. Horns, and in the following decade he laid the foundations of the ground-breaking P-Funk. On 1st August the stage will be taken by God Save the Queen, the band chosen by 20th Century Fox & Queen to promote the film “Bohemian Rhapsody”, to perform great classics of the group led by Freddie Mercury, such as “Love of my Life” or “We will Rock You”.
Two days later, Village People will demonstrate why they are one of the most entertaining bands in the history of music, turning the stage into an ‘80s New York discotheque. On 9th August Tony Hadley will perform, the singer from Spandau Ballet in the ‘80s and the visible face of the New Romantics, with an unbeatable list of number one hits like “True”. And on the following day, Les Humphries Singers will celebrate their 50-year career by remembering “Mama Loo” and “Mexico”. To close the festival, we have German singer Nena, an authentic pop phenomenon with immortal songs like “99 Red Balloons”.