One more year, LOS40 put music on one of the most anticipated nights of the year, on the eve of the Pilgrimage of the September festivities, in a concert that this year will feature the powerful direct from Miss Caffeína, Alfred García, Ayoho and Austin Slack, a very complete poster with artists who have toured this summer for the most prestigious festivals in the country.
Heading the Miss Caffeína poster.
The band composed by Alberto Jiménez (voice), Sergio Sastre (keyboards, guitar and synthesizers), Álvaro Navarro (electric guitar) and Antonio Poza (bass) has a live show that is a real party, with an audience delivered chanting their songs: " Look like flight, "" You are water "," Oh! Sana ", and the most recent:" Merlí "," Reina "and" Prende ".
They arrive at LOS40 Murcia Pop with the show of the album that saw the light this spring: "0h !, Long Johnson", and a very personal style that has a large legion of followers.
Alfred García, who was our representative at Eurovision, will also be playing live and points to a solid solo career as one of the most outstanding artists from the latest editions of the television talent show Operación Triunfo.
They are followed by the Ayoho cartageneros, a band from the region that aims very well, with a fresh and bright pop, wrapped in atmospheres inspired by Coldplay and Imagine Dragons.
And to finish off one of the most promising nights of how many are part of the program of the festivities, Austin Slack, a young artist, English of origin, but resident in Caravaca de la Cruz, who at 18 has already stepped on prestigious stages Festivals and accompanied by great electric guitars like Javier Vargas, or collaborated, on their live tours, with Maná and Neuman, among others.
As it has been happening in the last editions, we like to give visibility in such an important event to artists and groups that have a lot of quality and that generates our region.
LOS40 Murcia Pop is celebrated on Monday, September 16 at 10 pm.
on the esplanade of the Nueva Condomina Shopping Center, with free and free access until full capacity is reached.