Vetusta Morla, Nathy Peluso and Love of Lesbian to headline Vida 2021
No social distancing at festival from July 1 to 3 after success of Palau Sant Jordi concert
Vilanova i la Geltrú's Vida Festival will be back for another edition this summer, with the likes of Vetusta Morla, Nathy Peluso, and Love of Lesbian as its headline acts.
Taking place from July 1 to 3 in the coastal town south of Barcelona, concert-goers will be able to find some respite from the stresses of Covid life as they will not be required to remain socially distanced given the "great results" of the Palau Sant Jordi concert experiment, also featuring Love of Lesbian.
In order to do this, the organizers have been working with scientists from Germans Trias i Pujol Hospital's Foundation for the Fight against AIDS and Infectious Diseases in Badalona and will be implementing other health and safety measures as "recommended by the experts."
Other festival highlights will include lockdown sensations Stay Homas, self-described "troubadour-techno" star Joe Crepúsculo, electro-funk duo Tversky, famed pianist Meritxell Neddermann, or Irish-Catalan singer-songwriter Núria Graham.
Featuring far more local artists than previous editions due to pandemic-related travel difficulties, international groups that had initially been booked, such as alt-J, will perform in 2022.
In addition to these concerts, Vida Festival will also be showcasing electronic music performers as part of the VIDA Club and La Daurada Beach Club program, the lineup of which will be made public soon.
Tickets range from €69.20 for a day pass to €563 for a 7-person bungalow with 3-day passes and can be bought here.