NEW ‘surprise’ acts are set to be unveiled for the Gibraltar Music Festival.
It comes after an unprecedented increase of sales on last year.
In fact tickets for the festival – that includes top Bands Kings of León, Paloma Faith and Kaiser Chiefs – are 75% up on 2014, revealed a festival source.
“It’s an impressive rise,” explained one of the organisers.
“And we’ve already sold out our VIP tickets which were double the number on last year.”
He continued: “Gibraltarians tend to buy relatively late on, but hopefully they’ll take heed of the fact that we sold out in 2014 and get their tickets soon to avoid disappointment.
“We’ve expanded our capacity from 12,000 to 15,000 and most sales are for weekend passes, which is great.”
He explained: “We’re now looking for a couple of extra bands for a couple of slots.
“We want at least one or two good Spanish bands.”
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