Modern flamenco will take over Plaza Sant Francesc, with Niña Pastori and Valderrama.
Plaza Cort will welcome Los Secretos, Nuria Fergó from the Spanish version of Pop Idol and El Frenillo de Gauguin.
The featured acts in Plaza Mayor will be Dr Hum, Fangoria and Nena Daconte, while Red Kross, Neon, Micah P Hinson and L A will perform in the Plaza Juan Carlos.
Holding sway in the Plaza España will be Cris Juanico, Nua, Oxalis and Marga Pocovi, while traditional Majorcan music can be found in the Plaza Olivar, with the likes of Música Nostra, Herbes Dolces, Tracalada and Calium.
The concerts are free and the streets are packed with people who wander from one square to the next to enjoy the music.
The fiestas end on January 26 with an alternative rock concert in the Plaza España, featuring The Meteors, Radio 4, Men and The Zinedines.
The fiestas also include the traditional parade and blessing of animals in honour of St Anthony, which is held on January 17, and the announcement of the winners of the City of Palma prizes for art and literature on the 20th, which is a bank holiday in Palma.
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