Marenostrum Fuengirola

Marenostrum Fuengirola

Contemporary music and dance festivals in Andalucia

Marenostrum Fuengirola - 13th May to 2nd September 2023
Robbie Williams headlines the 2023 edition (15th June 2023) of Marenostrum Fuengirola which is one of the larger series of outdoor concerts events on the Costa del Sol. Organised by Fuengirola Town Hall, it presents an extensive cycle of concerts that includes classical, rock, flamenco, rap, indie and pop music. The 2023 edition offers more than 40 concerts over the summer.

The first concert is on 13th May and is the Fulanito Festival and the last on 2nd September and is Danish Pop Rock band TV-2. Most concerts are now held on large stage in the gardens just outside the Castle of Sohail , some concerts are held on a smaller stage within the castle itself.

Marenostrum , which first saw the light in 2016, usually attracts international stars, but due to the pandemic was cancelled in 2020 and the 2021 edition featured only national artists including Monica Naranjo, Miguel Poveda, Ara Malikian, Hombres G, Alejandro Sanz, Vicente Amigo and Niña Pastori. Over the years international artists Sting, Bob Dylan, Carlos Santana, Ricky Martín and Jennifer Lopez have all performed at Marenostrom.

The four-month festival is more of a series of summer concerts than a 'festival' in the true sense of the word. It also used to incorporates several cultural festivals, such as the Luna Sur Festival, and in 2023 new ones such as Fulanita Fest, Ultra Beach Costa del Sol, and Locos por la Musica. Previous year have incorporated Sohail Jazz, the Festival of Cabaret, the and Anfitrión.  The venue offers accessibility for people with mobility restrictions.

Mare Nostrom Fuengirola 2023

2023 Artists line up:

Artists Date
Fulanita Fest:
María Peláe, Ladilla rusa, Ptazeta y Ginebras
13th May 2023
Angel Martí 19th May 2023
Pablo Albaran 20th May 2023
Serafín Zubiri 27th May 2023
MMoisés Sanchez 4TET, Miryan Latrece
(Sohail Jazz)
2nd June 2023
Maureen Choi, Lucia and Horacio Fumero
(Sohail Jazz)
3rd June 2023
Marita de Graná 6th June 2023
Fuengirola Comic 10th June 2023
Fuengirola Comic 11th June 2023
Robbie Williams 15th June 2023
Cosquín Rock:
Marea, Skay y los Fakires, La Renga y Bocanada
17th June 2023
Alejandro Fernandez 21st June 2023
Ultra Beach Costa del Sol:
Martin Garrix, Vintage Culture, Wade
24th June 2023
Kany Garcia 30th June 2023
Maka 1st July 2023
Tini 2nd July 2023
Juan Luis Guerra 6th July 2023
Diego El Cigala 8th July 2023
Siempre así and José Manuel Soto 14th July 2023
Hombres G 15th July 2023
FEID 16th July 2023
Morat 21th July 2023
Carnival Festival 21th July 2023
Gloria Trevi Festival 27th July 2023
Juan Davila 28th July 2023
Locos por la Música:
Melón Diesel, No me pises que llevo chanclas y La Guardia
29th July 2023
UB40 30th July 2023
El Arrebato 1st August 2023
Los Marancos 2nd August 2023
El Kanka 3rd August 2023
Nicky Jam and Manuel Turizo 4th August 2023
Luna Sur:
Vetusta Morla + Mike Joyce (The Smiths) DJ Set + Miss Caffeina + Los Estanques junto a Anni B Sweet
5th August 2023
Bresh Festival 11th August 2023
Boombastic Day 12th August 2023
Manuel Carrasco 19th August 2023
Random Fest
Ojete Calor, AAntilopez, Miguel Campillo
25th August 2023
- TV-2 2nd September 2023


*Anfitrión is the name of a series of more than 60 theatre, dance, circus, and music performances taking place in different heritage sites in all the eight Andalusian provinces in the Summer of 2022. Sohail Castle in Fuengirola will host some and so will the Roman ruins of Italica (near Seville), the Roman Theatre of Baelo Claudia (Bolonia near Tarifa Costa de la Luz), the Alcazaba in Almería, the Plaza del Sexi in Almuñécar (Costa Tropical), La Fortaleza de la Mota in Alcalá la Real (Jaén) and in the autumn, the Cocheras del Puerto in Huelva and the Teatro Cómico in Córdoba.

Contemporary music and dance festivals in Andalucia


Castle of Sohail, Calle Tartesios s/n, Fuengirola.


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