Sophie Ellis-Bextor will headline BRAVA Madrid

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor will headline BRAVA Madrid

Sophie Ellis-Bextor is the first confirmed headliner at the BRAVA Madrid festival, which takes place at the IFEMA exhibition center on September 20 and 21.

Tickets for the second edition of BRAVA Madrid go on sale next January 31 through the festival website, starting at 12 noon. Two types of subscription can be purchased, general (29.99 euros + expenses) and VIP (60 euros + expenses).

Sophie Ellis-Bextor is in full commercial boom after the viral hit of ‘Murder on the Dancefloor’ in the charts thanks to the film ‘Saltburn’. “Murder” has returned to number 2 on the UK chart, repeating its original figure from 2002, and continues to rise on Spotify globally, where it currently occupies thirteenth position: in a few days it could break into the top ten positions .

This will not be, by the way, the first time that Sophie Ellis-Bextor sets foot in our country to perform: in 2011 she gave a show in Barcelona.

With the confirmation of Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and surely with the following ones, BRAVA Madrid will continue to put value on pop, after last year scoring the goal of bringing Sugababes for the first time to Spain, in its first edition.

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