The 4th annual Pueblos Blancos Music Festival is July 30 through Aug. 2, 2020,
with ~30 national & international bands, focused on North American roots music from Austin, Texas, including Rock, Country, Americana, Tex-mex, Latin, Rockabilly, Jazz & Blues.
Música de la Frontera!
4 days of free concerts, meetings & cultural exchanges with international bands & local artists in the beautiful mountain villages of Ronda, Montejaque, Grazalema & Villaluenga del Rosario, Spain.
Go to our Facebook page for more information and photos/video of our previous fiestas.
One of the first cultural & musical events of its kind in Spain & in Europe! International bands & musicians stay in local villages, learn about the region & share their music with local musicians & music fans, through talks, workshops, excursions & concerts. Legendary international artists like Joe King Carrasco, mixed with great up & coming international bands, young indie-rock groups, & local Spanish bands; playing free concerts every night, after-hours jam sessions with local & international musicians, & shared activities with the performing musicians, local residents & visitors.
The Festival is celebrated in los Pueblos Blancos of Andalusia with bands playing concerts in the Auditorio Blas Infante de Ronda, the Plaza Constitution de Montejaque. the Mirador del Tajo de Grazalema. the Plaza del Toros in Villaluenga del Rosario.
Many of the bands come from Texas (many from Austin, the live music capital of the world). Thanks to the support of local councils, other local public institutions, sponsors, & local musicians, the concerts & events are free so that all music fans can attend.
The programming & schedules will be updated soon, many of the bands are available for concerts before & after the festival or other tours in Europe; if you have opportunities please contact us, or the band directly.
The Pueblos Blancos Stages
Artists (more to come)
Ronda, Spain "the City of Dreams", we'll have nightly shows during the festival at the spectacular clifftop, Auditorio Blas Infante (circled in red); it's unreal; like you dropped a Roman amphitheater on top of a natural rock monolith!
Montejaque, We'll have day & night shows, & other celebrations in the beautiful Plaza Constitución
We'll have a Saturday evening show another spectacular cliff top venue, the Mirador del Tajo!
Of all the towns on the Pueblos Blancos route in the Sierra de Cadiz, this one sits at the highest altitude. Situated within the natural park of the Sierra de Grazalema, its location offers such fascinating places as the La Yedra and La Rajada caves, where remains from the Neolithic period have been found. Several monuments stand out, such as the 16th century church of San Miguel, the cemetery (once church) of El Salvador, and the bullring, which is built entirely out of stone....