• British-Ugandan Michael Kiwanuka’s neo-soul will headline Friday, June 14, alongside Underworld.
  • Belgian duo 2manydjs – Soulwax’s DJ guise – join the lineup to bring their rock attitude to the dance floor on June 14.
  • On Saturday, June 15, the well-known ‘Sunday Sunday’ party will host the stage where Jayda G, John Talabot, Palms Trax, Young Marco, Yu Su, Sunday Sunday DJs, Toni Aparisi and Lourdes Lourdes will perform.
  • The Majorcan event reinforces its electronic music lineup by confirming Acid Arab, Coco María, Eris Drew b2b Octo Octa and Jamz Supernova.

The biggest and most important musical event in the Balearic Islands, Mallorca Live Festival, will return to Calvià on June 13, 14 and 15 with another quality and eclectic lineup.  Michael Kiwanuka and 2manydjs will join the seventh edition of the festival, which has also confirmed the well-known Sunday Sunday party as stage hosts where Jayda G, John Talabot, Palms Trax, Young Marco, Yu Su, Sunday Sunday djs, Toni Aparisi and Lourdes Lourdes will perform. The Mallorcan event has also reinforced its commitment to the best current electronic music and has confirmed the presence of international artists Acid Arab, Coco María, Eris Drew b2b Octo Octa and Jamz Supernova.

The latest additions join an exciting lineup that already includes; Pet Shop Boys, Blondie, Underworld, Aitana, Arde Bogotá, Belle & Sebastian, Dani Fernández, Jeff Rosenstock, Lori Meyers, Love of Lesbian and Sleaford Mods, amongst many others, which were presented for the first time in Germany at the Balearic Islands’ stand at ITB Berlin 2024, the world’s largest travel trade fair.

During the presentation on behalf of the Government of the Balearic Islands, the General Director of Culture, Ricarda M. Vicens Schluhe, highlighted the culture, tradition, sustainability, and heritage that the island of Mallorca has which are fully present in the advertising campaign carried out by Mallorca Live Festival to announce this year’s lineup. The very special video campaign celebrates the island’s identity, showcasing people who know very well how to live and enjoy Mallorca and who have made Mallorca what it is now. In short, they are the true ‘influencers’ who highlight the Mediterranean style so well known throughout the world and each one represents a unique aspect of the island (gastronomy, local products, the countryside, the sea, services, etc.).  Watch the video here: MLF24 First lineup announcement video

Without a doubt, Mallorca Live Festival has become a great promoter of the cultural sector, an ambassador for the Balearic Islands and a promoter of the Mallorca brand and festival tourism, consolidating its headquarters in Calvià. Given the growth of the international nature of the event, Mallorca Live Festival already has outstanding recognition at the European level within the festival circuit.

It established itself in 2023 as one of the essential European festivals with its sixth edition, which brought together a total of 65,000 attendees over three days of live music to remember with Black Eyed Peas, The Chemical Brothers, The Kooks, Vetusta Morla, Quevedo, Bomba Estéreo, Bad Gyal, Moderat and Viva Suecia, amongst many other national and international artists and bands.

Limited numbers of three-day passes available (€119+management fees), two-day passes (€99+fees) and day tickets (Thursday and Friday €63+fees, Saturday €69+fees) are available through the website www.mallorcalivefestival.com and the festival’s official ticketing platform,  See Tickets.

Travel and Accommodation Packages
To improve the travel and accommodation offer for all those attending from the Peninsula and other countries, the festival is once again launching this year special packages that include accommodation and a 3-day pass for the festival from €280 and the option of adding flight to the package.

All the information about the different special packages is available through Logitravel’s website in order to find the experience that best suits your needs.

Michael Kiwanuka, neo-soul star
Su último trabajo, KIWANUKA (2019), is one of “the greatest albums of the decade” according to  The Guardian and it reaped Michael Kiwanuka the distinguished Mercury Prize in 2020, his fourth and fifth BRIT nominations and his first Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock Album. Now his fourth album is on the way and Mallorca Live Festival will get a preview on June 14, as the British musician headlines Friday alongside Underworld.   

2manydjs, rock at the club
Since 1995, brothers David and Stephen Dewaele have consistently pushed the boundaries of music into new and innovative territory by diversifying into many different guises. But they are known worldwide as the band Soulwax and their DJ guise, 2manydjs, with which they’ll bring the festival to its feet on Friday, June 14 bringing their unique rock and roll attitude to club culture. 

Sunday Sunday and a commitment to the best electronic music
The renowned Sunday Sunday party, one of the most popular in Mexico City, comes to Mallorca Live Festival to bring its relaxed atmosphere and eclectic musical proposal. The party will host a stage featuring some of the most exciting names in dance music from around the world: Grammy-nominated Canadian DJ and producer Jayda G; one of the great exponents of electronic and national house, the renowned Barcelona DJ John Talabot; Berlin-based producer Palms Trax; the eclectic sound of Dutch artist Young Marco; the very personal sound of the Chinese sound artist Yu Su; Sunday Sunday DJs; the key figure of the Madrid night scene, Toni Aparisi; and Majorcan DJ Lourdes Lourdes.

The Mallorcan event further reinforces its commitment to bringing the best current electronic music with Franco-Algerian collective Acid Arab, the Mexican DJ and selector Coco María, the celebration of love, house and techno from the United States by Eris Drew b2b Octo Octa and one of the UK’s leading new generation names, Jamz Supernova.

2024 sponsors
Mallorca Live Festival has the support of Estrella Damm as main sponsor, Innside by Melià, Endesa (sustainable sponsor), Air Europa, Trasmed, Caixabank, Logitravel, Goldcar and See Tickets as official ticketing platform. Radio 3, Radio Mallorca Cadena SER, Mondosonoro and Jenesaispop are the official media of the festival.

In addition, Mallorca Live Festival has the support of institutions such as the Government of the Balearic Islands – Conselleria de Turisme, Cultura i Esports through the Agència d’Estratègia Turística de les Illes Balears (AETIB) and the Institut d’Estudis Baleàrics ( IEB), with the support of the Consell de Mallorca through the Fundació Mallorca Turisme (FMT) and the Department of Culture and Heritage, and the Calvià City Council.

Nikki McNeill | Global Publicity