Full Aussie contingency revealed for Primavera Pro & Sound in Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain’s annual music festival and conference Primavera has revealed the 41 bands who will make up their Primavera Pro line-up – showcasing the bands from around the world who will feature as part of the conference part of the festival. Among them are six Australian artists: Gang Of Youths, Jack Carty, The Meanies, Methyl Ethel, Money For Rope and Oh Pep!, many of whom are also expected to play Sounds Australia’s annual Aussie BBQ at the festival.

They join the Aussie artists already announced for the Primavera Sound festival – Tame Impala, Royal Headache, Robert Forster and The Avalanches, who are set to return to Australia for a special performance at Splendour in the Grass.

As for the rest of the artists announced to perform as part of Primavera Pro, they are:

Aldo The Band (BR)
Altre Di B (IT)
Anam (ZA)
Badlands (ES)
Bearoid (ES)
Böira (ES)
Chicago Toys (CL)
Cut Out Club (IL)
Dead Buttons (KR)
Esperit! (ES)
Gala Briê (PE)
Gang Of Youths (AU)
Inky (BR)
Jack Carty (AU)
Jay Cubed (ZA)
Kanaku y El Tigre (PE)
Los Outsaiders (PE)
Mahmed (BR)
Matilde Davoli (IT)
Meanies (AU)
Merkabah (PL)
Methyl Ethel (AU)
Money For Rope (AU)
Moonchild Sanelly (ZA)
Noga Erez (IL)
Nuven (BR)
O Terno (BR)
Odd Cherry Pie (ES)
Oh Pep! (AU)
Planeta No (CL)
Quarto Negro (BR)
Rss Boys (PL)
Sun Glitters (LU)
Sycamore Age (IT)
Tiny Fingers (IL)
Tunacola (CL)
Water Rats (BR)
Wedance (KR)
Wolves As Friends (PE)

To see the lineup of the full festival, and find out more details about Primavera, head over to their official website. Stay tuned to The AU Review and AU Abroad for live coverage from the iconic event!


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Larry Heath

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