Lizard Nick and Javier Ojeda will be the headliners ‘Marbella calling festival 2022’, an event that will take place in the Parque de la Constitución on October 8, starting at 12:00, where bands such as The Lost Bullets, Pantano, Uncle John’s Band, Lavender and El Boquerón Underground, as announced on Thursday by the Councilor for Youth, Enrique Rodríguez.
This has been highlighted by the mayor in the presentation of the festival, where he has been accompanied by the coordinating advisor for Fiestas, Yolanda Marín, an event promoted by the City Council and the newly created La Mesa-Pop associationwhose admission will be free and which aims to give a voice to new and veteran groups.
Rodríguez has pointed out that “since Youth we put our grain of sand in this festivalwhich will take place in an incomparable setting, and also with the relevance of having intergenerational groups.
The mayor has highlighted the fact that the municipality “continues to have a leisure, cultural and accessible agenda for all citizens of all ages, as is the case with the ‘Marbella calling festival’”. For her part, Yolanda Marín explained that this event “arises from a series of meetings with the new association and has expressed his desire that “citizens welcome it with the same enthusiasm with which it has been organized.”
The President of the Table-Pop, Luis Vázquez, thanked the support of the City Council marbella “From the beginning” and has specified that ‘Marbella calling’ “winks at a iconic rock & roll record of all time and is going to collect a sample of what our association is, which above all supports the musical quarry”.
Vázquez has pointed out that “of the five participating bands, three are new and two veterans, to which the artists consecrated at a national level will be added as headliners”. Furthermore, he has specified that the festival will consist of two partsthe first of them will begin around 1:00 p.m. with the performance of two local bands, followed by Javier Ojeda and the second, which will start at 5:00 p.m. after a break with background music, will continue with three other groups and will be closed by Lagartija Nick.
In addition, the event, which will take place until 11:30 p.m., will also feature a arts and crafts marketchildren’s workshops and food stalls, “seeking the enjoyment of a family audience”, and will also be enlivened by Carlito Brigante DJ.