The next edition of the Guitar Bcn Festival will offer a total of 37 concerts, with new additions to names such as the French singer ZAZ, the Asturian Nacho Vegas, the Catalan singer-songwriter Judit Neddermann or the Argentine Andrés Calamaro, who is scheduled to close on 3 June 2023 at the Gran Teatre del Liceu.
The French star will do so on March 23 (Palau de la Música), Vegas on April 20 (Paral·lel 62) and the artist from Vilassar on March 18 (Teatre Coliseum). La Vanguardia subscribers have a 15% discount on the price of tickets, provided they are purchased at Entradas de Vanguardia.
In the 16 new concerts unveiled this noon of the festival directed by Joan Roselló, other proposals of a very varied style also appear, such as the unclassifiable duo Ojete Calor, the voices of Pastora Soler or María Peláe, the Latin band Bacilos or Miki Ramírez, that is, Mr Kilombo.
The commitment to names that are not yet consolidated but with indisputable personality and quality, as well as the significant presence of women on the bill, continue to be two of the fundamental axes of Guitar Bcn 2023.
Thus, and under the artistic direction of Judit Llimós, the festival also offers performances by Antoñito Molina, Depol, El Jose, Marlena, Paula Mattheus, Laura Andrés and Lucas Bun.
The men made public today join the twenty that were already known, beginning with that of Pasión Vega, who will open the festival on January 27 of next year with a concert at the Palau Sant Jordi focused on the work of Federico García Lorca .
In addition to the Madrid singer, they already had Christina Rosenvinge, Ismael Serrano, Judit Neddermann, Núria Graham, Second, Els Amics de les Arts, Marwan, Danny Ocean, El Kanka, Joe Satriani, Ana Mena, Suu or Kevin Johansen.