León Benavente, Rufus T. Firefly and Kase.O headline the 6th Festival Cero

The León Benavente band is a reference on the national 'indie' scene and will be in charge of putting the finishing touch to the session on Saturday, October 15. / C7

The Plaza de la Música is once again the scene of concerts with a significant presence of Canarian bands between October 14 and 16

Victoriano Suarez Alamo

The big date in the capital of Gran Canaria with
indie rock and pop returns to its origins after the squeezes that the covid-19 pandemic has forced. León Benavente, Rufus T. Fireflye and Kase.O head the bill for the
6th edition of the Zero Festivalwhich returns to its natural space of the
music square with three days
between October 14 and 16.

One of the hallmarks of Cero is its commitment to Canarian bands as a public launch platform and in this new installment it repeats the formula with
Belize, Irene Drive, Sound of Aqua and Cupid.

the producers
Jeito and Algato join forces again, with the support of the
City Hall of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, so that Festival Cero becomes a reality. will be put up for sale
the tickets«in the coming weeks», according to its organizers in the
festival website and entrees.es. They will have affordable prices of 15 euros for each day -for the first two, since the third is free- and 20 euros for the voucher for the entire festival.

Presentation of the Cero festival, this Thursday, at the Rodríguez Quegles mansion. /


Comfort and adjusted capacity

As for the capacity, the Councilor for Culture, Encarna Galván, together with
Alberto Hernandezfrom Jeito, and
Ardiel Zayafrom Algato Producciones, assured yesterday that the formula of a comfortable festival without overcrowding is maintained, which in previous installments brought together some
3,000 people per day. “The security plan will determine the final capacity, but we are committed to a festival that conveys a feeling of comfort and enjoyment. We are going to work with the ULPGC so that university students can attend", he pointed out.
Galvan embodies.

On Friday, October 14, the Gran Canaria band
Belize, with its mixture of 'synth' and 'indie pop', it will be in charge of opening, starting at 8:30 pm, this 6th installment of Cero. It arrives with the support of her first studio work,
'Stories of planets' and plotting a new installment that will see the light next year.

Julia Martín-Maestro and Víctor Cabezuelo, by Rufus T. Firefly. /


The Canarian-Venezuelan duo
Irene Drive will take over an hour later with his fresh bet on 'indie' pop and with songs like the titles
'Only you and I remain' or 'The Wall'.

Julia Martín-Maestro and Víctor Cabezuelo lead the band
Rufus T. Fireflywhich from 10:45 p.m. will land in the Plaza de la Música to display its refined pop proposal with electronic overtones, which includes the album
'The Long Tomorrow' as a last suggestion.

At 12:30 a.m., the rapper, producer and composer
Kase.O will be in charge of closing the night. Javier Ibarra Ramos, one of the most powerful voices in the genre and who made a name for himself on the music scene thanks to Violadores del Verso, arrives in Gran Canaria with the tour that celebrates the tenth anniversary of
'Kase.O Jazz Magnetism'.

Kase.O is one of the attractions of 6º Cero. /



After canceling its presence in the reduced version of Festival Cero last year, the Canarian band
Sound of Aqua will open on Saturday, October 15, at 8:30 p.m. This 'indie' group is made up of: Pau Coelho, Javier Ramírez, Pablo Cabrera and Kira Medina.

The commitment to female singers and bands is another of the pillars of this festival, which will feature on the second day, starting at 9:30 p.m., with the Madrid rock quartet
Hindusmade up of Carlotta Cosials, Ana Perrote, Ade Martín and Amber Grimbergen, responsible for the album '
The Prettiest Curse'.

Canary Islanders Luichi Boy, Toni D, Al and Dannel, along with Barcelona native Pim Flaco give life to the band
Cupid, which will play from 10:45 p.m. Born from the ashes of Solo Astra, they will exhibit their proposal for
indie electropop

Abraham Boba heads
Leon Benaventeone of the most celebrated 'indie' groups on the national scene, which will close this second day from 12:30 a.m. as part of the tour to present their latest album, entitled
'It was'.

The free concert
billy boom band, at 12:30 p.m., and a series of family activities will put the final touch to the Festival on Sunday, October 16.

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