Primavera Trompetera Festival - Jerez
Primavera Trompetera Festival - Jerez30th and 31st March and 1st April 2023
The First edition was in 2015 at La Galeria discotheque in Jerez. This festival now takes place in the motor racing Circuito de Jerez - Ángel Nieto just outside the city. It has two main stages adjacent to each other, camping zone, VIP zone, food trucks, resting zone, attractions and craft products shops.
2022 dates were 8th 9th 10th April 2022. Acts were La Mari de Chambao, Go Roneo, Lazurda, Manuel2Santos on the 8th. Kase.o Magnetism, Natos y Waor, Mala Rodriguez, Modestep Live, Magaco, Fernanandcosta, Miguel Campello, Los Chikos de Maiz, Soziedad Alkoholika, Maikel Dalacalle, Fyahbwoy, Hens, Mario Diaz, Hora Zulu, Nikone, RVFV, Albeto Gambino, Hamlet, Zetazen, Perro Kostra, Jose de la Heras, Plan B on the 9th. Ska-P, SFDK, netsky. Ayax y Prok, Fuel Fandango, El Cajinito de Jerez, Lola Indigo, Maka, green Valley, Califato 3/4, Ptazeta, Locoplaya, Derby Motoreta's Burrito Kachimba, Boikot, Kandy Cain, Recycled J, Walls, Sapce Surimi, Las Ninyas del coro, Xavibo, Manowall and Dannyboy, Cali and Chagar on the 10th.
2020 and 2021 editions were cancelled. The fifth edition in 2019 was held on the 11th, 12th and 13th of April in the Circuito de Jerez - Ángel Nieto. 2019 headline artists were Alborosie, Apollo 440, SFDK, El Canijo de Jerez, Toteking, Nach, DJ Nano, Kidd Keo, Che Sudaka and Costa.
M-902, M-903, M-952, M-953 from Jerez to Arcos pass quite close to the circuit. Details on our Jerez bus services page.
The Circuito de Jerez is located 7km to the east of Jerez, on the A382 to Arcos de la Frontera (20km away). Set against an almost reliably blue sky, the bright cerulean of southern Spain, this circuit makes a stunning sight. Take the A-382 JEREZ-ARCOS-ANTEQUERA road, 6 km, Exit 3.