Despite the fact that there are still a few months left until summer, the Summerfest Cerdanya is already warming up. The festival, which has been creating excitement on the networks for a few days, has announced this Friday the first names on its lineup for its second edition, which will be held between August 17 and 25 at Camí de Sant Marc de Puigcerdà.
The first to perform at the Pyrenean party will be God Save the Queen, the Freddie Mercury tribute band and his most popular band on the planet. On stage since 1998, this Argentine band has already been recognized as the best international tribute to the legendary British group. This year, they will bring a big show to La Cerdanya to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the mother band.
Nor will David Bisbal miss the appointment, who on August 18 will celebrate his twenty years on stage with his fans. For this, neither his great successes nor his positive energy will be missing, willing as always to lift the public from his seats. A day later, Ara Malikian will land on stage, who after the success of tour 15, will present a proposal to the public that he himself defines as "an encounter with the child that I could not be and that I would have dreamed of being."
The violinist will be joined that same weekend by Miki Nuñez, on August 20, who despite his recent career after leaving the Operacióin Triunfo academy, has not stopped reaping success. After the success of Tour Iceberg, the Catalan will launch a new tour next summer that he will take advantage of to present his new album, which is expected in mid-2023.
Nor will Rosario be present (August 21), who will also present her latest album to her audience, Te lo digo to y no te digo na; and dels Amics de les Arts, on the 22nd, who return to the stage after a period of silence in which they have prepared a new album.
As every year, there will also be a family proposal, which will be led by Dàmaris Gelabert on the 23rd. The artist will celebrate 25 years of career with a luxury tour accompanied by The Grow Up Singing Band.
The last confirmed names are Taburete (August 24) and Pablo López (August 25). The Madrid group hopes to do the sold out again that they did in the last edition and enjoy with all their followers in the presentation of their new work, Matadero 5, which includes collaborations with artists such as Jose Merce, Omar Montes and La Húngara. . For his part, the singer from Fuengirola, whose show will be on August 25, will be in charge of closing the second edition of the festival.
Tickets will go on sale next Monday, December 19 from 10 a.m. on the festival's official website. The organizers have announced that people who purchase the first 150 tickets for each concert will have access to exclusive Early Ticket prices. Subscribers will also be able to purchase them through Vanguard Tickets.
The event hopes to surpass the figures of its first edition, which closed with an attendance of 18,013 people and a great success of occupation, according to the event itself, organized by Clipper's Live and El Badiu with the support of CaixaBank.