The fourth edition of Festival Cero, the annual meeting with local and national pop-rock in the heart of the capital of Gran Canaria, started yesterday in the annex of the Plaza de la Música with four bands and a DJ on his opening day. The Gran Coscanian formation Ant Cosmos broke the ice around 8.30 pm after a musical session by Sergio Miró Dj Set as a welcome. The witness took the pop-rock of Mourn, a young natural female lineup from Catalonia who debuted on the islands in the framework of the festival.
And at about 11:00 pm, the locals Morgan, who set the bar high in their last concert at the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium in 2018 on the eve of the release of his album Air, they returned to the Island and conquered the public with a new immersion in the repertoire of this second record work. And as a climax, the veteran Galician formation Siniestro Total showed off leimotiv that enunciated its same leader, Julián Hernández, and released his acclaimed repertoire of "Galician punk rock against general boredom".
And this culminated this first day of the Zero, with the return of Sergio Miró Dj Set to the cabin until dawn and with the horizon of the second assault of the festival from this afternoon, from 7.30 pm. Today's split its poster with the commitment to two emerging Canary bands and two national formations enshrined in the Spanish scene. After a musical prologue by Dara Ortega Dj, the Canarian band Château Rouge takes the stage of Cero at 8.30 pm; followed by the Canarian The Taxman, at 9:30 p.m. Then, the malaañeros of Carolina During, who broke a record of direct festivaleros last 2018, return to the capital of Gran Canaria after debuting in The Paper Club Last year, and the Burgos septet La Maravillosa Orquesta del Alcohol, La MODA, put the finishing touch to the second day of the meeting and premiere in Gran Canaria under cover of this appointment with its cocktail shaker of folk, country, punk and rock sounds .
And tomorrow, as happened in the last edition, the Zero says goodbye with a family program that includes concerts, workshops and activities, with free admission. The music is provided by one of the most prestigious national bands for children, the Asturian Petit Pop. Two versions of the Canary Islands, The LiTTLe and Kids Rock History, are followed by the children.