Morrissey is main attraction on last night of Benicassim Festival

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Morrissey was the main attraction on the last night of Spain’s Benicassim Festival (July 20).

The star, who also played the bash back in 2006, played a Main Stage set dominated with solo classics and five songs by his old band The Smiths – including ‘Ask’, ‘Vicar In A Tutu’ and set closer ‘How Soon Is Now?’, the band’s now legendary 1985 single.

Morrissey played:

‘The Last Of The Famous International Playboys’


‘First Of The Gang To Die’

‘That’s How People Grow Up’

‘Irish Blood, English Heart’

‘I Just Want To See The Boy Happy’

‘Vicar In A Tutu’

‘All You Need Is Me’

‘The Loop’

‘The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores’

‘Why Don’t You Find Out For Yourself?’

‘Death Of A Disco Dancer’

‘You Say You Don’t Love Me’

‘Stretch Out And Wait’

‘Life Is A Pigsty’

‘How Soon Is Now?’

On the same stage earlier, the veteran Leonard Cohen got a hero’s reception when he performed an hour-long set, which included the classics ‘Bird On A Wire’, ‘Suzanne’ and ‘Hallelujah’.

Other highlights included Richard Hawley, who told NME.COM that his set on the Vodafone Fib Club stage was “one of the greatest shows of my life”.

Elsewhere, Justice‘s set packed out the stage, while Siouxsie Sioux performed a host of classics by her old band The Banshees, including ‘Christine’, ‘Happy House’ and the group’s debut single ‘Hong Kong Garden’.