23rd September 2019
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Concerts coming up in Madrid and Barcelona

In the coming weeks, various bands visit Spain to perform as part of their current tours. Below is a round-up of who you can see on stage in the second half of February.

Echo & The Bunnymen – the UK post-punk band present their latest album, The Stars, the Ocean and the Moon, which features 13 of their songs re-imagined and re-recorded.
Madrid: 15 February, La Riviera, 9pm; from 32€

Massive Attack – the Bristol group are marking the 21st anniversary of their celebrated Mezzanine album, with an 18-concert tour that features singer Elizabeth Fraser plus original samples and influences.
Barcelona: 16 February, Sant Jordi Club, 9pm; from 61.50€
Madrid: 17 February, Palacio Vistalegre Arena, 9.30pm; from 65€

The Tallest Man on Earth – Swedish singer-songwriter Kristian Matsson gives a solo performance of his biggest hits and new compositions from his latest project.  
Barcelona: 20 February, Sala Barts, 7.45pm; from 25€
Madrid: 25 February, Teatro Nuevo Apolo, 9pm; from 28€

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British indie group Bastille come to Spain at the end of February. (Madrid Destino)

Bastille – Ahead of the release of their new album, Doom Day, in the spring, the English indie rockers are on tour giving fans a taste of what’s coming as well as playing from the back catalogue.
Barcelona: 27 February, Razzmatazz, 7.30pm; from 35€
Madrid: 28 February, Palacio Vistalegre Arena, 9pm; from 39€

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