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Posted by Julie Day on March 22, 2016

The SOS4.8 music festival already has a fantastic line-up of acts to boast – and the list just keeps getting longer and longer as more are confirmed every couple of weeks.

This year possibly sees the best selection of national and international DJs and artists from the electronic and indie music scene in the last couple of years, in my opinion, anyway.

The ninth edition of the event, which will be held over the 6 and 7 of May, had already announced massive names such as the Manic Street Preachers, Amaral, Luciano and Edu Imbernon.

To the initial list of artists, a whole host of new names have been added including The Libertines, the Martinez Brothers, Seth Troxler and Blonde Redhead.

They battled drugs, prison, multiple arrests and countless stories in the media, all which ultimately resulted in their break up, but, after 12 years away from the recording studio, The Libertines, one of the UK’s most popular rock bands in the last 20 years, fronted by Pete Doherty and Carl Barât, have made a comeback and will perform at the SOS4.8 festival. Their stint will probably attract the biggest crowds seen in a long while.

The Martinez Brothers, two youngsters from the Bronx, are making their way up the list of world-class house and techno DJs. They have enjoyed a residency in Ibiza super club DC-10 since 2011 and since then their popularity has increased immensely each year.

They are set to wow the SOS4.8 festival with a back-to-back set with one of the scene’s greats – Seth Troxler.

For more information about the festival and the artists performing, please visit the SOS4.8 website at: www.sos48.com

Tickets are currently priced at 49,99 euro for the two days and are available from a number of outlets, which you can see here: http://sos48.com/entradas/

Source: press release En Silencio


  • SOS4.8 festival
  • Murcia
  • The Libertines
  • Seth Troxler
  • music festivals in Spain


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