Allioli Music Festival – The Mini Woodstock of the Guadiaro Valley!

Allioli Music Festival – The Mini Woodstock of the Guadiaro Valley – is back again this year – bigger and better.

On Saturday, 18 June the area will rock to ten hours of live music at Bar Allioli in Jimera de Libar – just off the road between Cortes de la Frontera and Benaojan. Organiser, Paul Darwent of Bar Allioli, has lined up top bands including Biagra, The Stolen Gnomes, The Reverend Richard John and more to be announced.

Allioli Music Festival Line Up:

The Stolen Gnomes mix celtic fusion with a bit of diddly diddle which is always popular and adds delight to what should be a lovely spring day!

Orignally from Sheffield via the Costa del Sol, talented musician John Wild has put together a Rock & Roll combo with Mel Williams – one of the Lonnie Donnegan crowd.

The Reverand Richard John has been rated so much that he is booked to play some Saturday blues. Based in Granada this fender-strutting bluesman should delight all lovers of blues and soulful music.

To help with the Allioli Music Festival atmosphere there will be a few market stalls with artesan products, gifts and small items for sale.

Outdoor events are also great times to try something different. In South Africa they have a Braai culture. Ron Campbell will be bringing along his flame grill with Boerwors and Burgers.

There will be a small entrance charge of 2€ to help cover the costs of the music.

For more information about the event, please contact Paul Darwent on +34 671 501 054 or email:

For more information on the Allioli Music Festival please visit the websites below.


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