The festival returns to the Andalusian city this weekend (15-16 September).
Granada Sound is back for another edition. The festival, which takes place in southern Spain, will play host to artists such as Vetusta Morla, Amaia, Viva Suecia and Iván Ferreiro for a two-day event spanning pop to rock via indie, electronic and more downtempo sounds. Ladilla Rusa and indie pop band La Casa Azul have also been announced for the festival, which is celebrating its 11th edition in 2023.
It marks the latest music event hosted in the Andalusia region, which is establishing itself as a destination for music tourism and events in keeping with Spain’s existing reputation as a festival season – and summer holiday – hotspot. The upcoming Granada Sound gathering follows this year’s chapter of Interestelar Sevilla, which took place in the heart of Seville, the region’s largest city, back in May with the likes of Alexander Som, Elyella and Viva Suecia tapped for late-night shows, and artists such as Malmo 040, Lori Meyers and Dani Fernandez performing to evening crowds.
Elsewhere, Bahía Sound 2023 brought festival-goers to the scenic area this summer, with open-air events presented in the picturesque province of Cádiz, known for its beaches and architecture. Making the most of its surroundings, there’s a beach club area at the event, alongside concert areas, DJ sessions and a dedicated culinary area with dishes inspired by the festival and location itself.
Find out more about Granada Sound 2023 here and check out pictures from Interestelar Sevilla and Bahía Sound 2023 below.
This article was published with the sponsorship of the Consejería de Turismo, Cultura y Deporte de la Junta de Andalucía. Co-financed with European Funds.