Music is one of the great pleasures of life and being able to enjoy it live is exciting. After a couple of difficult years, music festivals are back with fewer restrictions, and summer is the best time to lose your inhibitions and live them to the fullest. We already have Primavera Sound coming up, between June 2 and 12, and there are weekends with a lot of events, like the second of July: Bilbao BBK Live, Mad Cool Festival, Cruïlla and Weekend Beach Festival, with capacity for 40,000 or 60,000 people respectively in the first two mentioned, so capacity control is of the utmost importance. With new security measures, adapting to the circumstances, because there are also smaller festivals, although it will always be necessary to register the entrances and exits of the attendees exhaustively, so as not to run any risk.
Music festivals have become the great new verbenas, in which music is a priority, but in which there is also room for gastronomy, with lots of beach bars to eat, and for shops, offering clothes and products in general of big brands, in addition to the merchandising of the programmed groups. What festival are we going to?
Taking into account the theme, the place with the option of parallel activities, the age profile, beach or mountain, there are a lot of possibilities. If you prefer an environment in nature, and very close to a big city, but not huge, you can choose to go to Bilbao, to Mount Cobetas, where the BBK is held. You can also take advantage of one of the mornings to go to San Juan de Gaztelugatxe. Then if you want the beach very close, there are a lot of concerts in Galicia with the sea next to it, some in a smaller format like Nigrán Vive or the Barbeira Season Fest in Bayona, two very close towns in the province of Pontevedra. In Viveiro, north of Lugo and in rock mode, we have the Resurrection Fest. One of our favorite paradises is the Magdalena Peninsula, where Santander Music is held. In other regions with the sea such as Catalonia, the Valencian Community, Andalusia and Murcia, there are also plenty of options, such as the Vida Festival in Villanueva y Geltrú (Barcelona) in cultureta and underground mode. The FIB in Benicasim (Castellón) is one of the first big festivals to be held in Spain each year, with many tourists and a very international profile. If you like the mountains, a good option is the South Pyrenees, in the Tena Valley. (Huesca). In Hoyos del Espino (Ávila), in the Sierra de Gredos, we have the Músicos en la Naturaleza.Inland, in the province of Burgos we have two possibilities that have been growing over the years: the Sonorama in Aranda de Duero, more party-oriented, and the Ebrovisión in Miranda de Ebro, more calm, mature and to which you can take the family, including the little ones of the house.Conclusions
Adaptation. Depending on the event and where it is held, the conditions change. From there you can work on ensuring the safety of attendees. Because music can be enjoyed throughout the year and in many forms, but in summer and within the framework of a festival, it is an added bonus.