JULY 6, 2022

Apache opens Sierra Nevada's music programme this Friday

The legendary cover band Apache, specialising in pop rock classics of all time, opens this Friday (21.30, in the Plaza de Andalucía in Pradollano) the Sierra Nevada music programme for this summer.

Apache's performance is possible thanks to the collaboration agreement between Cetursa Sierra Nevada and the Granada Music and Dance Festival, and the sponsorship of Cervezas Alhambra, which includes this free concert in the programme of the Festival Extensión FEX.

Since its beginnings, the band Apache has always shown in its concerts a wide range of registers, including in its repertoire many of the masterpieces of pop-rock history. This is not the first time Apache has performed in Pradollano. He already did it with the Festival in the 2015, 2016 and 2017 editions.

And this Friday 8 July, the rock band, known for being one of the best cover bands in Spain, will perform hits from all eras of the genre in a free concert at an altitude of 2,100 metres.

The highlight of the summer will be the Sierra Nevada Por Todo lo Alto Festival, which will be held on 19 and 20 August, and which has yet to finalise the line-up of the groups that will perform in this year's edition.

The musical programme is completed with live music performances, every Saturday at 22:00, on the terrace of the restaurant La Bodega, until 27 August.

La Bodega restaurant's musical programme:

16/07: Coraçao - Judith Facio and Carlos Martín

23/07: Javier Megias

30/07: Manolo Castillo

06/08: Paco Chica

13/08: Javier Megias

27/08: Manolo Castillo

 

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