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There are just two weeks left to start the new edition of Starlite Festival, the revelation Festival in Europe that will take place every night from the 23rd of July to the 24th of August in Marbella’s Cantera. The artist in charge of opening the spectacular concert series will be Bryan Adams. The Canadian artist will arrive to Marbella the 24th of July, the only Spanish date and also the closing of his Worldwide Tour ‘The Barebones Tour’. This concert has generated a great expectation, which reflects on the ticket sales, as several areas of the auditorium are already sold out. The author of the mythical hits like ‘Heaven’, ‘Summer of 69’ o ‘(Everything I Do) I Do It For You’ is one of the alive Rock legends, so his concert at Starlite is an unavoidable date and the best way to start this edition. Moreover, his fans will be able to enjoy an intimate concert, as the auditorium’s capacity is for 2.500 people.
After the Bryan Adams opening, Starlite Festival has other great concerts among the first dates. Jamie Cullum will be performing on July 27th, a singer, pianist and British composer who has broken all the barriers between jazz and pop, and tradition and modernity. Cullum, who has sold more than 10 million copies and collaborated with artists such as Stevie Wonder or Pharrell Williams, will present his new album ‘Momentum’. The day after, on July 28th, Noa’s elegance will arrive to Marbella’s Cantera. Accompanied by her usual collaborator, Gil Dor, and the Neapolitan string quartet Solis String Quartet, the Israeli singer will perform the best of her repertoire Live, accentuating the Mediterranean beauty of her compositions.
These three concerts will be the Starlite Festival Opening, counting with an extraordinary programme with artists such as Enrique Iglesias, Alejandro Sanz, Julio Iglesias, Paco de Lucía (in his first performance in Spain in three years), David Bisbal, Sra Baras performance for Starlite (created exclusively for Starlite), La Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club con Omara Portuondo & Eliades Ochoa, Malú, UB40, the musical shows Forever King of Pop y Grease, in concert or ‘Una Noche Movida’s concert, where Spanish pop historic artists will get together such as Rafa Sánchez from La Unión, Nacho Campillo from Tam Tam Go, Nacho García Vega from Nacha Pop, Alejo Stivel from Tequila and Hombres G.