That's one hell of a line-up
Mad Cool Festival have announced a stellar line-up for their 2019 edition, as well as various improvements to the site and organisation.
After winning the NME Festival Award for Best Line-up, last year’s acclaimed event featured the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Queens Of The Stone Age, Jack White, Nine Inch Nails, Dua Lipa, Depeche Mode, Pearl Jam and many more.
Now, the 2019 edition of the Madrid bash is set to welcome the likes of The Cure, Bon Iver, Noel Gallagher, Smashing Pumpkins, Vampire Weekend, The National, Wolfmother, Greta Van Fleet, Mogwai, Teenage Fanclub, The Twilight Sad and The 1975 – with plenty more acts to be announced in the months ahead.
Check out the fill line-up so far below…
After coming under fire from a number of acts last year, Mad Cool 2019 will be getting rid of the VIP areas in front of all stages. Other improvements include reducing the number of stages from seven to six, and decreasing the capacity by 5,000 per day. They also plan to have more toilets on site, as well as increasing the size and staffing of all bars.
“Mad cool is working closely with a prestigious and renowned company in order to ensure the adequate functioning of the technical network,” a spokesman said. “In addition to this, wristbands bought online will be delivered anywhere in the world.
“All ticket-holders (full festival ticket or a day ticket) are entitled to transport back to Madrid from the venue at Valdebebas, free of charge from 1:30am until 5:30am, aiming to minimise unnecessary waiting for any visitor.”
They continued: “In line with the new law for large events by Madrid’s City Council, Mad Cool is working on a specific mobility plan with the Transport Consortium and the General Mobility Directorate of Madrid City Council. They are also getting advice by a renowned and prestigious specialised Engineering Department.
“Improvement of the access road, hall, and all transit areas of the venue to make pedestrian crossing easier and more comfortable.”
Mad Cool Festival 2019 will take place in Madrid from July 11-13. Visit here for tickets and more information.