To celebrate Espileta Sound’s fourth edition the organisers have invited some of the best bands from the previous three contests to take part.
In the past the contest has drawn hundreds of entries from across Spain, who submit a demo tape to the judging panel who then choose ten bands to compete in the finals which take place in Casares Town.
This year the panel of judges will select the finalists in a ‘best-of-the-best’ fashion with some great bands such as Elsa Bhör, Malaka Youth, Papawanda and Enseco already confirmed for the finals which will be held on July 29 and 30.
10.30 pm – Rockids
23 pm – Elshabör
Midnight – Jamabalayaband
1 am – Arco
3 am – Malaka Youth
4 am – Futumatano
10 am – Papawanda
11 am – Copa Turbo
Midnight – La Dstyleria
1 am – Los Vecinos del Callejon
2 am – Pedro
4 am – Enseco
Espileta is not just a music contest though, there are parallel activities over the weekend including a Graffiti Competition in the streets of Casares.
Espileta Sound is organised by the Espileta Bum cultural association, in collaboration with Casares Town Hall.