Seven days of concerts, four different locations with 16 artists on stage are the figures for the Palma Viva San Sebastián 2022 concerts that have gathered more than 53,000 spectators.

Natalia Lacunza and Amulet put the final point with their performance last Saturday in the Plaza de España. It has been four weeks in a row of music available to the public.

Let us remember that these concerts were to be held last January on the occasion of the Verbena of the city’s patron saint, but they had to be postponed due to the incidence of COVID-19.

The Citizen Participation area, responsible for organizing this event, had to reschedule them over four weekends in the months of March and April (on March 18, 19, 25 and 31 and March 2, 8 and April 9th).

The Cabrón group: cumbia, rumba and lots of fun: Photo: Facebook/Cabrón.

For the Councilor for Citizen Participation, Alberto Jarabo, “the common enthusiasm that we have enjoyed these past weekends demonstrates the desire for joy and overcoming the difficult times of recent years. We have won a new space for concerts in the city as is the Parque de la Riera”.

The 20,000 people who danced with Rels B also show that Palma can also be a city of great concerts. Several generations, but especially the youngest, were able to share the best music in our squares and streets.

We must thank the behavior of the entire public and the involvement of artists such as La Casa Azul, Samantha Hudson, Ropa Estesa, Natalia Lacunza, La Mala Rodríguez or The Hives who have turned the San Sebastian festival into a collective euphoria for four weekends. week ”

The Majorcan Rels B kicked off on March 18 at Parc de la Riera with what was the largest concert with nearly 20,000 spectators. In total, renowned national and international artists have taken to the stage, such as Maika Makovski, The Hives, Mala Rodríguez or La casa azul. The winners of the first, second and third prizes of Pop Rock 2021 (Amulet, Queen Marsa and Cabrón) have also performed, as well as the winner of the 2021 Art Jove Musical Creation Prize, Mon Joan Tiquat.

Conciertos en Palma

The group Roba Estesa fuses urban music with instrumentation and folk melodies. Photo: Productions Submarines.