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MusikAuzo musical scene in the neighborhoods of Bilbao before the elections

wilmer ayala

May 8, 2023 | 1:00 p.m.

About thirty concerts and 17 kalejiras will enrich the cultural life of the city

The Bilbao City Council initiative seeks to bring local music closer to the public in different settings

MusikAuzo, the program of Bilbao City Hall what are you looking for promote and bring local music closer citizens, returns to the city's neighborhoods with an agenda full of performances. From the May 17 to June 29, They will be carried out 37 musical performancesIncluding 20 concerts y 17 kalejiras with traveling bands that will tour different corners of the Villa.

All the events are free and will begin on May 17 with a performance by Melted Klocks in the Doña Casilda park in Abando. This band made up of six musicians offers a passionate fusion of styles, from Rock to Blues.

Over the next few weeks, the citizens of Bilbao will be able to enjoy a wide variety of music genres at free concerts, including alternative rock, folk, reggae, soul, jazz, blues, country and rock 'n' roll. Bands participating in MusikAuzo include Mario Clavell Quartet, Cotton Blues, The Blue Yeyés, Gonzalo Portugal, Confluence, Adarrots Folk Taldea, Hugo Silveira Quartet, Moonshakers, Xatiro, M&A Swing Machine, Babelian, Basterchef, Vulcanizadas, The One, JPK, Amooma, Txistu Mundua eta Martina, Moonlight Shadows Band and Mia Kalo.

In addition, this year MusikAuzo also includes 17 kalejiras with traveling bands that will visit different corners of the Villa. These groupings, like Euskal Brass Band, Gazteleku Fanfarre, Orkresta, Magnetic Band, Sugarrí Show and Kolpez Blai, they will offer traveling shows and animate the streets of Bilbao with their musical proposals.

The MusikAuzo initiative is a unique opportunity to discover local talent and enjoy live music in public spaces. This edition promises to offer unforgettable moments to the inhabitants of Bilbao, enriching the cultural life of the city and supporting local musicians.

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