Black Eyed Peas, The Chemical Brothers, The Kooks, Bomba Estéreo, Peggy Gou, Moderat, Helena Hauff and more

Mallorca Live Festival, the most important music event in the Balearic Islands will be back at Calvià’s Old Aquapark from 18th to 20th May 2023 with yet another quality and eclectic lineup including; Black Eyed Peas, The Chemical Brothers, The Kooks, Bomba Estéreo, Peggy Gou, Moderat, Bad Gyal, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Dandy Warhols, The Reytons, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), Helena Hauff, Sven Väth and Seun Kuti & Egypt 80.

Day 1 of the festival on Thursday will kick off with The Kooks and German techno legend Sven Väth bringing over the iconic Ibiza party Cocoon to host the electronic music stage with DJs such and Gregor Tresher and Emanuel Satie. The Spanish music scene will take over with Vetusta Morla, the most important rock band in recent years, and international star Bad Gyal, as well as Natos y Waor, León Benavente, Ginebras, Rusowsky, Rojuu, Xavibo and Carlangas, amongst others, alongside UK up-and-coming band Courting. 

Friday will be headlined by Grammy winners and record breakers Black Eyed Peas who will get the party started for their first performance in the Balearic Islands. After an extended break, German trio Moderat is back and will bring their latest tunes to Majorca, leading the electronic music bill alongside Peggy Gou, who rejoins the lineup this year. The guitars come in through Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Dandy Warhols and the most experimental and tropical rhythms will play at the festival thanks to Peru’s Dengue Dengue Dengue, Colombia-based Bosq or Cuban-Spanish Toccororo. The Spanish scene is present with the country’s most streamed artist, Quevedo (who made history with ‘Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol.52’ alongside Argentine producer Bizarrap) and rapper twin brothers Ayax y Prok, as well as local Majorca heroes L.A. and Dollar Selmouni.

Mallorca Live Festival will close its sixth edition with The Chemical Brothers as Saturday’s headliners, marking the Manchester duo’s first visit to the island. An eclectic evening is ensured with Bomba Estéreo, one of Colombia’s most original and exciting bands, UK indie rockers The Reytons, dance-punk masters !!! (Chk Chk Chk), Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti’s son Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, German DJ Helena Hauff or rising Latin star Yendry. Amongst Saturday’s Spanish scene, beloved indie rockers Viva Suecia and interesting young proyects like Blanco Palmera, Gazzi, Ralphie Choo or La Plazuela,  as well as the ensured party at the Flexas stage, organised by one of Palma’s most legendary venues, with Samantha Hudson, Mind Enterprises and Joe Crepúsculo, amongst others.

Taking place in the beautiful Calvià region, Mallorca Live Festival is a premium festival experience set between the lush green hills of the Serra de Tramuntana and some of the best beaches in Europe. Festival visitors will be able to enjoy an exciting festival experience as well as enjoying everything the island has to offer from beautiful blue flag beaches and stunning sunsets, to mountain hiking and bike rides, to the historic feel and ancient architecture of surrounding towns as well as many local delicacies and a multitude of bars and restaurants to enjoy. Discover more about Mallorca here:

Mallorca is a magical island destination you can visit all year long and Mallorca Live is the perfect event to kickstart the summer season.

Festival tickets are available from €59 plus service fees on the Mallorca Live website and See Tickets, Mallorca Live’s official ticketing platform.
Mallorca Live has joined forces with Logitravel and offers holiday packages including hotel and festival pass at good price.

About Mallorca Live Festival
Mallorca Live Festival was launched in 2016 and soon became the most popular international music festival in the Balearic Islands. In Mallorca, it’s regarded as the most prestigious brand within the music entertainment industry.

Once more the festival has the support of institutions such as the Government of the Balearic Islands through the Agency for Tourism Strategy of the Balearic Islands (AETIB), the Consell de Mallorca through the Mallorca Tourism Foundation and the Calvià City Council.

The festival also has the support of Estrella Damm as main sponsor, as well as the INNSIDE by Melià hotel chain, the shipping company Baleària, Air Europa airlines,  Logitravel, Coca-Cola, Tanqueray 0.0, Porto Pi and See Tickets. Radio 3, Cadena SER Radio Mallorca, music magazine Mondosonoro and music website Jenesaispop are the official media partners.

Nikki McNeill | Global Publicity
Music PR | Event PR | Festival PR