Mad Cool Festival 2018

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Jul 12 - Jul 14 2018

Madrid, Spain (Valdebebas – IFEMA)

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The third edition of Mad Cool Festival will take place on July 12th-14th, 2018 and in a new location. With the help and support of Madrid City Council the festival will move from Caja Magica to a new location in the North of the city. The “Mad Cool Space” is now situated in Valdebebas – IFEMA with an 80,000 capacity.

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Ben Howard [NEW]
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DJ Koze [NEW]
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Dua Lipa [NEW]
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Jet [NEW]
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Pile [NEW]
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Slaves [NEW]
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Underworld [NEW]
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Festival schedule is not released yet.

Coming Soon!

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