Urban music and the youngest pop music are set to take the stage at the sixth edition of the Share Festival Negrita, an event that has confirmed an exciting line-up headed by Aitana, Lola Indigo, Maka, Belén Aguilera and J.C. Reyes.
This vibrant festival will take place on June 7, 8 and 9, 2024 at Barcelona’s Parc del Fòrum, promising an unforgettable musical experience.
A stellar lineup at the Share Festival Negrita
Two of Spain’s most prominent female artists, Aitana and Lola Indigo, will take the stage together, marking a milestone in the sixth edition of the festival. Both artists, from the ninth edition of Operación Triunfo, have conquered the national music scene since then, consolidating themselves as some of the most listened to artists in the country.
Maka, the talented Grenadian who fuses flamenco, hip hop and reggaeton, will also join the lineup. With hits like “El Arte de Vivir”, which has accumulated over 85 million views on YouTube, Maka promises to bring her unique style to the Share Festival audience.
J.C. Reyes, another name that stands out in the lineup, has quickly gained influence, placing among the most listened to artists on platforms such as Spotify and YouTube in the last month.
Sustainable and inclusive commitment
The Share Festival reaffirms its commitment to sustainability, solidarity and inclusiveness. In an effort to offset the carbon dioxide emissions resulting from the festival, the required number of trees will be planted.
In addition, 30% of ticket proceeds will go to disadvantaged groups, contributing to important social causes.
A particularly noteworthy initiative is the translation into sign language of the first concert of each day, underlining the importance of making music accessible to all.
The Share Festival has found its home in the Parc del Fòrum, consolidating itself as a youth event in constant growth. Since its first edition at Poble Espanyol, the festival has evolved with the rise of urban music and younger pop, capturing the attention of a vibrant audience eager for unique musical experiences.
Throughout its six editions, the festival has featured the participation of prominent international and local artists, from Rita Ora and Álvaro Soler to C. Tangana and Becky G.
The inclusion of artists such as Quevedo and Dellafuente in previous editions demonstrates the diversity of styles that the Share Festival embraces, providing a space for innovation and musical expression.
The sixth edition of Share Festival Negrita promises to be an exciting musical event that combines an impressive lineup with a clear commitment to sustainability and diversity, ensuring an unforgettable experience for all attendees.
As of December 30, tickets went on sale.