Mad Cool Festival 2019

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Jul 11 - Jul 13 2019

Madrid, Spain (Valdebebas – IFEMA)

Taking place in Madrid, Spain, Mad Cool Festival has grown year-on-year thanks to the appreciation and support of the music fans and festival goers for their uniquely curated events. The 2019 edition of the festival goes down July 11th-13th.

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H.E.R. [NEW]
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Iggy Pop [NEW]
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Miles Kane [NEW]
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NAO [NEW]
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Robyn [NEW]
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Tokimonsta [NEW]
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Festival schedule is not released yet.

Coming Soon!

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