As previously announced, I’ve attended the Vida Festival 2018, the line-up of which was rather weak this year. Hence my lack of enthusiasm about it. The festival is over and I can’t stop this feeling of knowing that I would’ve probably enjoyed the minor acts more than the headliners. Oh well, too late to go back in time. Here are the reviews:
While not being that motivated to go to the Vida Festival this year, I had to write about my supposedly “fave” acts for this year. Here’s is the piece.
Vida Festival announced last week 30 new names for the line-up. A line-up that is still to get me hooked despite the confirmation of the performance of The Crab Apples, whose lead singer Carla Gimeno I happened to bump into the morning of the day I wrote this news item.
Yet again, a new line-up confirmation for the Vida Festival that didn’t make me go nuts: Rey Lobo. News item here.
Los Planetas have been announced as the latest addition to the headliners of the Vida Festival (piece here) and yet again a new disappointment has invaded my spirit. Vida, what’s going on with you this year?
Here‘s the piece I wrote for the Iron & Wine confirmation announcement for the upcoming Vida Festival. The only word play that I could find is that it’s just one person, and not some sort of duo. As for the rest, a forgettable news item.