THE annual Marbepop Festival returns to Marbella on November 20 where five local bands and musicians will take the stage in the La Represa Park.
It will run for 1pm to 11pm and unlike last year which was virtual, this time an audience will be more than welcome to enjoy the music at the free, open-air concert which was first put on by the Council in 2016.
There will be a special area where young artists will present their work and there will be a collection to raise funds for those affected by the La Palma volcano.
The line-up consists of Los 300, Mayte González, The Lost Bullets, Crackids and Sandro Jeeawock, as well as a circus show created by Manolo Carambolas.
Los 300 is a creative project born in 2013 in Granada, formed by Manuel Collados (guitar, bass and voice), Zeque Olmo (percussion and keyboard) and Jimi García (winds and electro pad) who also belong to the Eskorzo band.
Mayte González is a pianist, singer and composer, began her piano studies at an early age at the Marbella Conservatory. After several years studying classical piano, she decided to continue his career towards a more modern style, based on jazz, R&B and soul.
The Lost Bullets is a local rock and roll band with influences from the punk rock of Green Day and the Ramones to the classic rock and roll of Chuck Berry
The Crackids, five youngsters have been together for just a few months and have already appeared on a TV talent show playing a mix of punk and ska.
Sandro Jeeawock is one of the producers of the new urban music, blending pop and electronics with hip hop.
Manolo Carambolas will present his circus show Dúo Fitness featuring Lolo Zamora and Antonio Ramírez.
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