Mallorca Live Festival 2021 was postponed to 2022, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Tickets remain valid for the 2022 edition (TBA). You can read the festival’s statement here
Mallorca Live Festival is the largest Balearic Island’s annual multi-genre music festival, held during the springtime in the western town of Calvià. Its recent lineups have included Baiuca, Billy Flamingos, Amaia Romero, and more famous artists.
Hosting international stars of pop, rock, indie and electronic music alongside a wealth of Spanish talent, Mallorca Live Festival offers an eclectic weekend of music in the Mediterranean.
First held in 2016, Mallorca Live has grown over the last three years, in terms of lineup and scale and also with regard to its recognition both across Spain and from further afield, with more than 25000 fans heading to the festival last time out.