• Thursday, July 25
    • Big Joanie

      Big Joanie

      Buxos Fest Galicia Stage | 16:55
      A black and feminist punk band... Big Joanie is like the Ronettes filtered by the 80’s DIY and 90’s Riot Grrl philosophies. Active since 2013, it was last year when in an opening concert of the Dutch band The Ex, they were discovered by Thurston Moore, Eva Prinz and Abby Banks. As a result of that encounter, a new label “The Day dream Library Series” was born together with the debut album “Sistahs”. Friendship, melancholy and hope are part of this album released last November enthusiastically received by Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and The Quietus. The three band members -Stephanie Phillips, Chardine Taylor-Stone and Estella Adeyeri- are involved in initiatives beyond the stage such as Decolonise Fest, Girls Rock London or Stop Rainbow Racism a campaign to fight racism in the LGTB scene.
    • Lidia Damunt

      Lidia Damunt

      San Simón SON Estrella Galicia Stage | 17:45
      Since Hello Cuca, the band she created with her sister in Murcia twenty years ago, many changes and many projects have happened in Lidia’s Damunt life. In 2018, she explores new registers such as the song El Tunel produced by Hidogrenesse with an electronic touch (Best single in 2018 according to Rockdelux Magazine). In 2019, she launched the album Nacer en Marte (to be born in Mars). In this album inspired by science fiction, gothic and thriller literature, the artist develops different reflections in the form of pop songs. Even though she has lived for a few years in Mälmo (Sweden) we are lucky to have her visiting San Simon Island.
    • Mattiel


      San Antón New Balance Stage | 18:55
      The singer and designer from Atlanta (she grew up in a farm before moving to the capital city) comes to San Simon island as one of the great voices of current rock. She is full of attitude and charisma that reminds the Australian singer Courtney Barnett or even North-Americans Sleater-Kenney. Besides playing her debut album published in 2017 by Burger Records and her six-song EP “Customer Copy” from 2018 Mattiel arrives in San Simon with her brand new “satis factory” just released in June.This is the first visit to the “peninsula” of a growing artist that among other events played in Glastonbury Festival.
    • Charlotte Adigéry

      Charlotte Adigéry

      Buxos Fest Galicia Stage | 20:00
      In her new EP “Zandoli,” the Belgian artist, of Caribbean origin, Charlotte Adigéry presents herself as a great story teller. Descendant of the Nigerian tribe Yoruba which found the end of its slavery in the remote island of Martinique, Adigéry gets her inspiration from the traditional music of her ancestors. Sometimes introspective and others intentionally mad. However, always with a sense of humour in her work, “Zandoli” is produced by the heads of the Deewee label, David and Stephan Dewaele also known as Soulwax or 2ManyDJs.
    • FRA!


      San Simón SON Estrella Galicia Stage | 21:05
      Freshness and youth come together in this band from Ghana. FRA! fusions traditional Ghanaian rhythms such as highlife with a deeper rock sound. The band is composed by musicians on their twenties that took part in the Vis a Vis festival organized every year by Casa Africa bringing Spanish music promoters to different places in Africa in order to introduce them to the music talents of the continent. The winning artists take part in some of the most well-known Spanish festivals such as Sinsal SON Estrella Galicia.
  • Friday, July 26
  • Saturday, July 27
  • Sunday, July 28
Festival Sinsal Son Estrella Galicia line-up is secret. Since its first edition in 2003, the main commitment of Sinsal is to schedule artists that are starting their musical career or that show a big connection with the contemporary creation. Artists that go around other prestigious Spanish and Portuguese festivals: from jazz to world music, from rock to electronic music, Sinsal SON Estrella Galicia is a festival without complexes. For this reason, it proposes to the audience a secret line-up, a musical experience beyond concrete names.
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