The following 12 and 13th of June, the capital of Seville will enjoy one of the most eclectic music festivals of Andalucia, the festival Territorios Sevilla 2015. The event will last 2 days, with people crowding the city looking to have a good time and enjoy good music and ambience.
The event, which last year had over 34,000 people, will take place in the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo, in Seville’s Monastery of La Cartuja. Two stages will be set up where a wide range of artists will perform and will revolutionize the city of Seville.
On Friday 12th of June, the leading bands of the festival include Dutch DJ and Grammy award winner Afrojack, who will perform for the first time in Andalucia what is considered the best electronic music at the moment. DJ and producer Richie Hawtin will also perform on Friday.
On that day, other relevant local artists will play at the Territorios Sevilla such as Macaco or the Catalan band Dorian, as well as Sevillian rappers SFDK. You will also be able to enjoy other great rock and roll bands such as The Strypes, Cocoa Tea-Irie Souljah, DJ’s Zombie Kids, Julian Jeweil, JP Candela or Javy Union, among many others.
Saturday night is the highlight of the event with rap rock and rap fusion bands, including Calle 13, the dance punk duo The Ting Tings, as well as the Spanish bands Supersubmarina and Los Ilegales. On this day, other artists like Paul Ritch and his hard techno music, Martires del Compas that celebrate in Seville 20 years since their foundation, the Colombian band Bomba Estereo and Dubioza Kolektiv with a crazy mix of Ska, reggae, hip hop funk and rock.
Another band that you will be able to see on Saturday is the hip hop band Shotta, including guests artists lie rapper El Chojin, electronic music DJ Edu Imbermon and Juanito Makande, with a flamenco and funk fusion.
If you are attending the Territorios Sevilla event, we recommend that you stay at one of Petit Palace’s charming hotels in Seville from where you can visit some of the most iconic landmarks such as the neighbourhood of Santa Cruz or La Giralda.