Botanical Nights confirms PJ Harvey, James Blake, Take That…

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Botanical Nights confirms PJ Harvey, James Blake, Take That…

Noches del Botánico has announced the first names of its 2024 edition. PJ Harvey, James Blake, Take That, Julieta Venegas and Queens of the Stone are among the artists confirmed today for the Madrid concert series.

The first date of Botanical Nights announced, June 7, marks the concert of PJ Harvey, author of one of the best albums of 2023. The last, on July 27, that of Toto, the group behind the well-known ‘ Africa’, among other successes.

During the month of June, concerts by Mikel Izal on June 13, Status Quo on the 15th, Queens of the Stone Age on the 20th and Glen Hansard / St Paul & the Broken Bones on the 23rd.

James Blake will open the July program, with a performance scheduled on the 4th. Next, Lorena McKennitt will perform on the 9th, Julieta Venegas and Kevin Johansen on the 13th, Take That on the 17th, Vulfpeck on the 21st, James Blunt on the 22nd, Simple Minds on 24, Passenger on 25, until you reach Toto.

Tickets for Botanical Nights will go on sale on Thursday, December 14, starting at 12 noon on the festival website, which will once again take place at the Alfonso XIII Royal Botanical Garden, at the Complutense University of Madrid.

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