The botanic’s night

By | 21 June, 2018 | 0 comments

Noches del botánico

One of the biggest plans for this summer is music. The event: Noches del Botánico will offer from June 21 to July 29 the most varied music. The attractive area of the Botanical Garden in the Complutense is the ideal setting to house more than 30 national and international artists in a magical atmosphere.

This is the Noches del Botánico third edition. The careful installations, the great variety of service and the musical cast has made this event an essential date to live up the summer. The environment turns Noches del Botánico into a unique and unrepeatable experience.

The key points of success are several: the limited capacity that makes it more intimate and involves a closeness of the artist with the public, the geographical point that involve an integration of the festival with the environment and facilities when parking and arriving then the location is very accessible.

This event is a tourist attraction that grows edition by edition. The careful musical program manages to gather artists of the stature of Serrat, Norah Jones or Phoenix, along with the new talents of contemporary music. It’s the ideal opportunity to bring together a wide variety of audiences and generations.

Awards

In 2017 Noches del Botánico won the Fest Award as best small format festival and were finalists in the iberian Festival Awards in the category “Best medium-Sized Festival” and “Best New Festival”. Two tests that add prestige and demand for future editions.

Artists

Serrat, Jeff Beck, Simple Minds, Bonsai (British murder boy / Karenn), Pat Metheny, Angus & Julia Stone, Rufus Wainwright, Corinne Bailey Rae, Charles Lloyd Feat. Bill Frisell, Billy Hart Quartet + Joshua Redman, Bonsai (Miss Kittin / Kim Ann Foxman), Brad Mheldau Trio, Cécile Mclorin Salvant, David Byrne, Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul, Funambulista, James Rhodes, Miguel Poveda, Farruquito, Trombone Shorty + Cory Henry, Bomba Estereo, Zoé, Calexico, DePedro, Rototom Fiesta Reggae-ky-Mani Marley, Caetano Moreno, Zeca, Tom Veloso, Carlos Vives, Monsieur Peniné, Gary Clark Jr, Corizonas, Phoenix y Norah Jones.

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