The La Mar de Ruido music festival is now in its fifth century and has consolidated itself as a hallmark of the Avilés summer. The program for this edition, which starts today and will last three days, features the presence of several legendary local bands, historical Spanish rock bands and international artists.
Today, from nine at night, the former Saratoga, Leo Jiménez, will take the stage located at the bandstand in the Muelle park. Along with him you can enjoy three Aviles bands such as Manifesto, Fe de Ratas and Posessión.
Tomorrow the big news will arrive, the international artist who leads the Elliot Murphy Band arrives in Avilés after forty years of experience and being considered a living myth. Also performing on Saturday will be Uruguayans Slos Burnin, the Texan guitarist couple, Buddy Whintington and Santiago Campillo, from M-Clan.
On Sunday the festival will end with the national rock of two legendary bands. Seguridad Social returns to Avilés after twenty years and will perform alongside Arizona Baby from Valladolid, leading exponents of acoustic neofolk and indie-rock music.