Todo listo para el décimo Weekend Beach de Torre del Mar

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Everything is ready for the tenth Weekend Beach in Torre del Mar

Since tomorrow Thursday 4th and until Saturday 6th July There will be three intense days of music on the beach with spectacular and highly anticipated performances such as: Europe, Steve Aoki, Lola Indigo, Melendi, Coque Malla, Maka and many more. The Weekend Beach celebrates its 2024 anniversary decade of existence with a musical commitment rich in styles and names and on the organizational level it places great emphasis on the safety of attendees.

The Weekend Beach Festival is betting on an eclectic line-up where different musical styles coexist. With three simultaneous stages, the main days will be Friday 5 and Saturday 6 July.
This tenth edition begins on Thursday 4th July with an international programme highlighted by the Swedish heavy metal band Europe, which will be the star of the festival’s Welcome Party on the Torremar Victoria stage. La Pegatina will close this stage on the first day. Lucía Mora and Vicco will also perform.
On the Weekend Victoria stage, after the Pinkmans Brothers warm-up, Luis Muriel and the Portuguese DJ Gonçalo will perform, along with performances by Carmen de la Fuente and Vilu Gontero.
He Friday 5th July 20th, with all three stages active, the Weekend Victoria stage will start at 8pm with Lia Kali, followed by Coque Malla at 10pm. Maka and Cano will close this stage. The Torremar Victoria stage will start at 9pm with El Canijo de Jerez, followed by Lola Indigo, Beret and Hybrid Minds. The Sunrise stage will have performances from 8pm with Emm, Oliver Gil, Dubtiger, The Yellowheads, Nusha, and the long-awaited Cristian Varela B2B Marco Bailey session. Space 92 and Popof will close the early morning.
Saturday July 6ththe Weekend Victoria stage will feature Carlos Sadness, followed by Tarque and the Riff Association, Álvaro de Luna and Delta Heavy. On the Torremar Victoria stage, Rayden will open at 9pm, followed by Melendi and Mora. The closing act will be Steve Aoki. The Sunrise stage will offer sessions from 8pm with Miss Iryna, Miguel Payda, Malone, Pole Position, Âme live, Mëstiza, Mason Collective and Eli Brown.

Weekend Beach strengthens the safety of its attendees

Health and safety is a key point at Weekend Beach and for this reason the festival, together with Serviall, has developed a digital medical service to guarantee the well-being of all attendees at the event. Anyone who needs it will have a doctor available online during the event, accessible with just one click for any query, which can be carried out later in person if necessary.

This service is combined with the Violet Pointwhich has already been present in previous editions of Weekend Beach and which is being renewed this year by being integrated into this application that will be launched in this new edition. Access to this service will be via a QR code on the signs that will be found within the venue. This will provide quick and efficient access to instant medical attention via a mobile device.

Ticket sales are active at and entradasatualcance, allowing the use of the Youth Cultural Pass for the purchase.

Pay attention to our profile Instagram because We are giving away two passes so you can come with us to the first music and beach party on the Malaga coast.

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