Alternative music claims its place in La Mancha with the ‘Charcones Fest’ festival to be held on Friday, August 4 in Miguel Esteban. There will be five bands that will participate in this concert that takes place in a prestigious place in La Mancha, such as the San Isidro meadow, next to the Los Charcones Ornithological Reserve.
Nerve Agents from La Mancha, from Villarobaldo, will take the stage of the festival for the first time to present their latest album, with which they have become one of the most recognized emerging bands in the country, with music that blends electronica and add punk, as reported in a press release by the city council
They will be accompanied by one of the ‘underground punk’ bands with the longest track record in the whole state: La Urss, an Andalusian quartet that has toured half the world and will present its fifth LP.
From Alcorcón, Oferta Especial will present the most festive notes at Charcón Fest with a fusion of ska and other styles to the rhythms of guitar and trumpet, following tour stages in Germany and France.
The poster is completed by Valencian Hogar and Barcelona and Pamplona, Boys Kissing Boys; Two bands that took to a stage from La Mancha for the first time.
The festival thus celebrates its sixth edition with a line-up that will be completed by several local DJs and producers at an ‘after-party’, in which electronic music will once again be the protagonist, as in previous editions after the concerts. used to have.
A day of alternative music that once again reaffirms the La Mancha scene and its ‘own place’, with concerts accessible to all audiences in places far from the big capitals.
The Miguel Esteban City Council collaborates once again with the Festival and the Youth Department will add this cultural offer to its program of activities for the summer season.
Counselor for Youth, Juan José Rescalvo, who has been the link between the festival organization and the members of the City Council during all these years, highlights that the Miguelete event “has established itself as one of the reference festivals in the region”. which is also good for the municipality, its companies and shops”. “It is another option for leisure and it is also located in a unique location,” the mayor insisted.
The organization of the ‘charcones’, says José Verdugo, “undermines the importance of smaller festivals throughout the country as intersection points of larger proposals and less accessible to the general public.” In his words, concerts held in rural areas “generate a greater link between the public and bands that are more used to performing on stage in larger cities”, meaning that alternative music in cities such as Michael Stephen’s is also a occupies a worthy place.
Castilla-La Mancha Media (CMMedia), the regional broadcaster, will also collaborate with the festival. The public body of Castilla-La Mancha has once again included Charcones Fest in its cycle ‘La Radio de los Festivals’, along with other small and medium format proposals from throughout the autonomous community.