The concerts in January had to be called off. | Jaume Morey


Some of the acts which had been lined up to perform during the Sant Sebastià fiestas in Palma last month will now be appearing in June and July.

Citizen participation councillor Alberto Jarabo says that there will be an "outstanding" line-up of artists and that it is anticipated that the public will be able to attend the concerts because of the decrease in the coronavirus infection rate. It remains to be seen what health measures and capacity restrictions will apply.

There will be a five euro entrance charge for three concerts - La M.O.D.A. at the Trui Theatre (June 10), Miguel Povada at the Teatre Principal (July 12) and Nathy Peluso at the Auditorium (July 15). This will raise funds for organisations dealing with the social consequences of Covid.

Between June 17 and 19, there will be concerts at the Ses Voltes open-air venue. Acts will include the Glissando Big Band and Sexy Sadie.