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New acts revealed for Mallorca Rocks 2014

Mallorca Rocks is back this year with more bands than ever. Some of the most favourite requested artists have confirmed to act live between the summer season on our lovely island.

Since its opening Mallorca Rocks has been one of the most visited summer locations on the island, its concerts have always filled the forum and the bands remain shocked at the great welcoming that Majorca has offered them. Thanks to the involvement of the audience the artists have been able to improvise making the concerts unique and exciting.

The summer long season will open with style on the 3rd of June with the performance from HEIM supported by Breton.  It will be followed by many other performances like the 1975 or Example.


New acts revealed for Mallorca Rocks 2014.


July does not slow down the good vibes. It is a month filled with some of the best bands of the year. We will enjoy the return of Tinie Tempah, back by popular demand. A band with great energy that always knows how to keep the audience thrilled. Ed Sheeran, one of the most talented and successful artists in the last years, is also back in July. Grammy Awards, Q Awards, Brits and Ivor Novellos. Those are all the prizes he has achieved with his love and talent for music.

August does not fall behind. We will be receiving Bastille and Rudimental who pulled off a great act on the Brit Awards. "We can't wait to play Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks again." Said Dan from Bastille "The gigs were both loads of fun last summer so we're really happy to have been asked back this year." Later on in August the hero of Dubstep, brostep and electro house lands on our island ready to offer what we are sure will be one of the best concerts of the season.


New acts revealed for Mallorca Rocks 2014.
Published: 27 Feb 2014
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