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Camping. Beaches. Some of the biggest acts music has to offer. What’s not to love? Now in its thirteenth year, the Benicássim International Music Festival has become arguably Spain’s biggest festival draw, serving up four days of bands and plenty of low-cost camping nearby. And Benacássim is a swell location, just north of Valencia and a few hours south of Barcelona.
This year the festival, which will be held July 19-22, will feature Iggy and the Stooges, Amy Winhouse, Kings of Leon, and Bright Eyes among its roughly 100 acts. While the €170 ticket for all four days might strike a few as a little high, the cost also includes nine days of camp site rental. Starting to sound like a Cheapo deal yet?
Check out the full line-up and single day prices at www.fiberfib.com.