Foals for Mad Cool 2020

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Foals
Photo credits: Festileaks / Kamiel Scholten

Mad Cool 2020 is getting bigger and bigger! Today, the organisation adds Foals to the line-up. The Spanish festival will take place in Madrid from 8 to 11 July.

Every day, Mad Cool posts a quote from a festival-goer that is describing the artist that is going to be announced the next day. Everyone can guess who is going to be announced. And then, Mad Cool reveals an eclectic and wonderful artist every day at noon. Today, Foals publishes on their social networks that they will be playing at the Spanish festival.

Earlier, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Wolf Alice and more were confirmed to perform at Mad Cool 2020. However, we still have a lot more names that will perform at the festival yet to discover. And it looks like this edition is gonna be more eclectic than ever, with great artists for all audiences.

If you are curious about what other names might be announced for the Spanish festival, make sure to check our rumour overview.

Here is Foals’ Facebook publication:

We’re coming back to the Continent in 2020… ?‍☠️ ??Presale begins Wednesday. Details here: https://www.foals.co.uk/news/europe-2020-27806

Geplaatst door Foals op Maandag 4 november 2019

Foals

Foals are an English rock band formed in 2005. They have released six studio albums and their last one Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2 has been released 18 October 2019. A forthcoming documentary called Rip Up The Road detailing the recording sessions of both parts of Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost is scheduled to be released during November 2019 and to air on London’s Doc’n Roll Film Festival.

Mad Cool 2020

Photo: Andres Iglesias (Mad Cool 2018)

Mad Cool is a pop, rock and indie festival that takes place in Madrid, Spain. Only at its fifth edition, it has quickly gained international recognition for always having one of the strongest line-ups in Europe. In 2020, the experience will be bigger than ever with a fourth day, an extra stage and an increased capacity.

  • Location: Madrid, Spain.
  • Date: 8-11 July 2020.
  • Tickets: on sale from 1 December for €65 (1 day), €149 (3 days) or €159 (4 days).
  • For more information, visit the official website.
Sébastien Martinez
Music festival lover since my youngest age. Every year I'm trying to go to some more events, from France to Hungary passing by Spain or Belgium. I'm a French guy living in Spain, studying music industry, and trying to discover every day some new things. And most of the time listening to all kinds of music :)