On the second day of the festival, Danza Invisible, the Benidorm band Locos de Atar musical and the tribute to Bowie ‘Out of the ashes’ passed through the stage.
The energy of Hombres G closes Iberia Festival, which is already looking towards its 10th anniversary
Iberia Festival experienced the second and last day of its ninth edition yesterday. The energy of Hombres G put the closure to Iberia Festival that is already looking towards its tenth anniversary, thus consolidating itself as one of the reference festivals in the national pop-rock scene.
The band led by David Summers arrived in Benidorm just a day after their latest album, 'La Esquina de Rowland', went on sale, some of whose songs were heard last night practically for the first time in Julio Iglesias auditorium in Parque de l 'Aigüera. Some songs that were intertwined with the group's long discography and that have become authentic anthems for several generations.
Hombres G burst onto the stage with "Voy a pasarmelo bien," an omen. Hits such as 'Venecia', 'Marta tiene un marcapasos', 'Lo noto, 'Indiana', 'Temblando' or 'Sufre mamón' were also heard.
Previously, Danza Invisible passed through the stage, another of the mythical bands of the 80s and 90s. With its incombustible Javier Ojeda, the group took a tour of its more than three decades of trajectory by the hand of songs such as' A este lado de la carretera ',' Reina del Caribe ',' Por ahí se escapa', 'Catalina' and the well-known song 'Sabor a amor'.
The poster for the day was completed by the Benidorm band ‘Locos de Atar’, which performs again in the city today at 8:00 pm in the cycle ‘Música a l’Hort’, and the tribute to Bowie ‘Out of the ashes’.