Kalorama Madrid reveals daily programming

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Kalorama Madrid reveals daily programming

Kalorama has revealed the daily schedule of its first edition in Spain, which will take place from August 29 to 31 at the IFEMA in Madrid.

Three big headliners from Kalorama Madrid, such as LCD Soundsystem, the combo The Postal Service + Death Cab for Cutie and The Smile, are scheduled on Thursday the 29th, along with Nation of Language, The Kills or the duo of Dudu Tassa and Jonny Greenwood . Joe Goddard also joins the program this day.

On Friday the 30th discover the presence of RAYE, Fever Ray and Gossip, among others, while on Saturday the 31st it is the turn of Sam Smith, Massive Attack, Jungle and Peggy Gou, in addition to the second addition to the line-up that Kalorama announces today, that of Monobloc.

Day tickets for Kalorama Madrid go on sale next June 14 at 10 a.m. At the moment the vouchers are still on sale at a promotional price of 135 euros until June 14 at 9:59 a.m.

Thursday 29

LCD Soundsystem
The Postal Service + Death Cab for Cutie
The Smile
Nation of Language
The Kills
Dudu Tassa and Jonny Greenwood
English Teacher
Joe Goddard…

Friday the 30th

Fever Ray
Yard Act
Yves Tumor
Da Silva Collective

Saturday 31

Sam Smith
Mass Attack
Peggy Gou
Ezra Collective
Olivia Dean

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