Palma.—Music lovers in Majorca can look forward to a great summer of top rock and roll with some of the biggest acts of the moment performing live every Tuesday night at the Mallorca Rocks Hotel in Magalluf.

Mallorca Rocks are into their second season on the island but, in Ibiza where it all started, it will be celebrating its fifth anniversary in style.
Last summer was very much a test for the new venture in Majorca but in Ibiza, Ibiza Rocks is celebrating its sixth anniversary hence why such a top range of acts are going to be performing on both islands.

The star of the opening party is going to be no other than Plan B who only last week was nominated for two Ivor Novello Awards for Best Album and Most Performed Song after having won Best British Solo Artist at the BRIT Awards earlier this year.

But, this year's line up in Majorca will “rock the sound of a new generation” claim the organisers.

A new generation
Plan B with Wretch 32 will, for example, be followed by the Wombats and Brother, the Vaccines, Zane Lowe and Darwin Deez.
Fatboy Slim will be taking the stage towards the end of June and July will feature the great Biffy Clyro and Morning Parade, two late additions to the line up.

There will be a welcome return to Ibiza Rocks for Mister Mark Ronson who will wow the crowds with his uber cool, distinctive style, not to mention his record collection.

Mark Ronson will then present Record Collection at Mallorca Rocks in the middle of July. “Expect a whole host of surprises and special guest collaborations,” warn the organisers who have this year teamed up with leading British airline and tour operator Monarch to offer some fabulous deals for music lovers wanting to come down to Ibiza and Majorca to enjoy some top sounds in the sun.

Dizzie Rascal returns and, while the closing party with special guests is going to be held on October 9, on September 13, none other than Madness is going to be playing live in Majorca and that is a concert few are going to want to miss.

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