Mallorca Live unveil Pet Shop Boys along with debut of new Electronic Stage
Location: Old Aquapark of Calvià, Mallorca
Date: Thursday 14th May – Saturday 16th May
Marcel Dettmann, Red Axes, &ME, Mano Le Tough, Cooper Saver and Frink all feature
Mallorca Live has announced a brand new fourth stage at this year’s event that will be dedicated to cutting edge dance music: On May 14th, 15th and 16th 2020, the renamed Tròpic Stage will cater to house and techno lovers with Marcel Dettmann, Red Axes, &ME, Mano Le Tough, Cooper Saver and Frink, all set to headline, while on the other stages at the sun kissed event at the stunning Old Aquapark of Calvià, Pet Shop Boys, Crystal Fighters, Miles Kane and Kate Tempest and tens more will all line up.
Mallorca Live continues to grow and showcase avant-garde electronic music, hip hop and pop across four fantastically designed and vast stages. This unofficial start to summer on the largest Balearic island offers an eclectic weekend of music in the Mediterranean with more than 25000 people attending, making it one of Europe’s most respected and loved multi-genre events.
The dance headliners are heavyweight indeed, with Berghain king, DJ, producer and label boss Marcel Dettmann bringing his huge concrete funk to the island, while Israeli duo and guitar and synth fusing pair Red Axes bring their hypnotic hybrids, and tech and house favourites &ME, Mano Le Tough, Or:la, Cooper Saver and Frink also line up.
The legendary Pet Shop Boys group formed by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe will also perform at Mallorca Live; their live show will be a heart stopping one indeed on Saturday, May 16, when they will be accompanied by other artists such as Crystal Fighters, Michael Kiwanuka, Kase.O, Temples, Austra, Carolina Durante, Alizzz, Maikel Delacalle or Guitarricadelafuente.
The festival has also announced the incorporation of new bands for Friday 15: national names Miss Caffeina and Peligro will join the already announced names of Crystal Fighters, Miles Kane, Kate Tempest, Nathy Peluso, Ama Lou, Leon Benavente, Delaossa & J Moods and Mateo Kingman, among others.
On Thursday, May 14, the festival’s opening day will feature performances by Monarchy, Shinova and Ginebras, which add to the already announced names of Leiva, Natos and Waor and Siloé.
Tickets for the Mallorca Live Festival can be purchased for € 75 plus fees for the 2-day pass (Friday and Saturday) and for € 90 plus management fees for the three-day pass (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) at the website of the festival www.mallorcalivefestival.com.