European Music Day in Matadero: free shows

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European Music Day in Matadero: free shows

Music Day returns to Matadero Madrid. This time a cycle called “European Music Day in Matadero” (DEMM 24) is inaugurated, which will host several days of free concerts. There will also be a documentary film exhibition. The activities will take place from June 18 to 23, since, as you know, Music Day itself is June 21.

On Friday, June 21, Hens, Cala Vento, Toccororo and Cometa will perform. On Saturday, June 22, it will be the turn of Erika de Casier, John Talabot, Horse Meat Disco and Karne Kulture. In addition, there will be a matinee concert by Alondra Bentley on the same Saturday. And on Sunday the 23rd, there will also be a family morning show by Javier Díez Ena.

Entering the concerts is free, but on Friday the 21st, to access the venue you will have to download a ticket on the Matadero Madrid website. Starting at 9:00 p.m., the downloaded ticket will lose validity and access will be free until capacity is reached. The doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the concerts will start at 7:30 p.m.

On the other hand, films such as 'Ryuichi Sakamoto. Opus', Lizard Nick's 'Generation Lizard', 'Oasis: Supersonic' and 'The Sparks Brothers'. All the programming, on the official Matadero website.

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