Are you a music lover? Are you dreaming of a trip? The Spanish capital has some amazing music events lined up that you’re sure to love. And the best part is, thanks to LOCK & enjoy!, you can go to a concert in comfort, without worrying about where to leave your luggage in Madrid. ¿Anything else? Travel to Madrid’s festivals with peace of mind with LOCK & enjoy!
Travel to Madrid’s festivals with peace of mind with LOCK & enjoy!
Madrid has one of the best music events programmes in Spain. Once you’ve arrived and stored your things in our lockers, get ready to lose yourself in the music.
Jardín de las Delicias Festival
This festival will be held on the 23rd and 24th of September at the Complutense University of Madrid. Music and different kinds of cultural activities are brought together to make this festival special. Attendees can enjoy an immersive experience with events, performances, culinary sampling and concerts. The 2023 line-up features leading artists on the current Spanish music scene such as Melendi and Vetusta Morla. The indie band Besmaya, who will be presenting their first album, will also perform.
The third edition of this festival will be held on the 29th and 30th of September at IFEMA. Madrid Salvaje aims to be a meeting point for leading artists of Spanish trap and rap music. The three stages will feature performances from musicians like Delaossa, Arce and Camin, as well as some excellent emerging artists. After safely storing their luggage in lockers in Madrid, attendees will be able to enjoy activities such as culinary or skateboarding exhibitions.
Dcode can boast of being one of the city’s pioneering festivals. It is held in the Cantarranas Sports Complex at the Complutense University of Madrid in September. If you’re heading there in 2023, you’ll find a line-up of leading international groups, as well as the best of Spanish indie and pop. Performing artists include Imagine Dragons, Franz Ferdinand, Love of Lesbian and Carlos Sadness.
Noches del Botánico
This is one of the most symbolic festivals of Madrid. It’s also one of the most eclectic, as it brings together artists of all musical styles. Not forgetting the spectacular beauty of its venue: Real Jardín Botánico de Alfonso XIII. Kick back with a drink and good music in this unique natural environment. All until the 30th of July.
The line-up for Noches del Botánico 2023 features names such as Fangoria, Las Nancys Rubias, M-Clan, Iván Ferreiro, Zaz and Placebo.
Do you enjoy discovering new cultural experiences? If so, the premiere of this festival is a must! After storing your luggage in Madrid, head to the IFEMA fairground on the 22nd and 23rd of September. Discover Brava Madrid’s groundbreaking spirit, which seeks to do away with gender norms in areas such as music and fashion. Among the most renowned artists on the line-up are Ojete Calor, Samantha Hudson, Mika, and Melanie C.
Mad Cool 2023
The Mad Cool festival will be held from the 6th to the 8th of July and boasts a spectacular line-up. More than 50 top national and international artists, including music legends and some of the most innovative current artists, will play in the Spanish capital.
Performing artists include Primal Scream, The Offspring, Ava Max, Janelle Monáe and Spanish rock band Morgan.
Reggaeton Beach Festival
If this is your favourite type of music, head to Espacio Mad Cool/Ciudad de la Música to dance to the latest urban rhythms. You’ll feel like you’re at a fun-filled summer beach party, accompanied by artists like Jhay Cortez.
Festival Gigante 2023
Celebrate the end of summer in the Huerta del Obispo in Alcalá de Henares with this festival known for presenting the best groups on the current Spanish independent music scene, such as Alba Reche or Viva Suecia.
Coca-Cola Music Experience 2023
If you’re someone who always keeps up-to-date in the music scene, start September with this spectacular festival. It brings together the best national and international artists of all music genres.
Among the more than 30 artists who will take to the stage at the Coca-Cola Music Festival, there are Eurovision artists Megara, Quevedo, María Becerra and Nil Moliner.
Coca-Cola Music Experience is one of the most popular festivals in Madrid. In fact, over the course of its history, it has had more than 220,000 attendees, as well as hundreds of thousands of spectators through its TVstreaming broadcast.
Fancy heading to one of these festivals? Pack your bags and grab a ticket! Choose your favourite festival, use LOCK & enjoy! and dance the night away, without worrying about where you’ve left your belongings.