Two Door Cinema Club add another date to their summer tour. They will perform at Cruïlla Festival in Spain between 2 and 4 July 2020.
Two Door Cinema Club never stop touring. Last year, they passed by Rock Werchter in Belgium, Rock en Seine in Paris and much more. This summer, Two Door Cinema Club will be at Low Festival in Spain in early August, as well as Cruïlla in Barcelona.
At Cruïlla, which takes place in the same place as Primavera Sound, the English band join many other artists. The Spanish festival already announced the likes of Gwen Stefani, Rag’n’Bone Man and Of Monsters and Men, for example.
Cruïlla is getting bigger every year, with great international artists. At the same time, the festival presents a national and regional line-up that will makes us discover the richness of Spanish and Catalan culture.
This is the announcement for Cruïlla Festival, with all the new names underlined:
Two Door Cinema Club
Two Door Cinema Club are an indie rock band from Northern Ireland. The band was formed in 2007 and their first studio album Tourist History was released three years later. Since then, they have been nominated for various awards including several NME awards. Their third album Gameshow was released in 2016 and received generally positive reviews. This year, the three boys released their most recent record False Alarm which they are currently promoting on tour.
Located in Barcelona, Cruïlla is getting bigger every year. In 2019, for its 10th edition, the festival hosted Black Eyed Peas, Foals, Bastille, Kylie Minogue and Parov Stelar, besides many more artists. Close to the sea, in an international city, it is the best way to attract people from other countries coming to stay in the Catalan capital. More than that, Cruïlla shows a rich and international line-up every year, but never forgets to show what is happening in its own country. Vetusta Morla, Lágrimas de Sangre and Fuel Fandango are some of the Spanish bands that have played the festival through the years.
- Location: Parc del Fòrum, Barcelona, Spain.
- Dates: 2-4 July 2020.
- Tickets: on sale from 145 EUR + fees.
- For more information, visit the official website.