How to Get to Benicassim from Barcelona

We get a lot of people asking how to get to benicassim from Barcelona. Barcelona Airport is an ideal entry point to spain. Barcelona Airport has frequent flights from the following UK Airports:
Belfast International (BFS) / Birmingham (BHX) / Bristol (BRS) / Cork (ORK) / Dublin (DUB) / East Midlands Nottingham (EMA) / Edinburgh (EDI) / Leeds Bradford (LBA) / Liverpool (LPL) / London City (LCY) London Gatwick (LGW) / London Heathrow (LHR) / London Luton (LTN) / London Stansted (STN) / Manchester (MAN).

However how do you get to benicassim festival from Barcelona Airport?

Barcelona to Benicassim by Bus

Benicassim organisers run a bus service from Barcelona Airport direct to Benicassim Festival. Barcelona is 280km away and should take about 2 1/2 hours by bus. Ticket prices for Barcelona to Benicasssim Coach Prices will be confirmed nearer Benicassim 2012.

Barcelona to Benicassim by Train

You can get a Train from Barcelona to Benicassim. A regular service runs direct to the Benicassim Train Station. Tickets go on sale 3 months before the festival. Trains are run by Renfe is the spanish national railway company. The train from Barcelona Airport to Benicassim takes about 3 hours. Train Tickets are about 40 euros return.

Barcelona to Benicassim by Road

Why not get a hire car and drive to benicassim, which is a 280 Km drive from Barcelona which should take 2h 30 m. Just take the Motorway AP-7 to Castellon then the Highway N-340 to benicassim.

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Ten reasons why Benicassim (FIB) is better than Glastonbury

In the wake of Michael Eavis’ selfishness by announcing the absence of Glasto 2012… I’m giving you 10 reasons why not to panic!

1. SUNSHINE… Forget your wellies, ponchos and rain-macs but just remember your flippy floppys, speedos and ray bans! Theres known of this “how do I pull of the drowned rat look?” in Beni and forget “oh yeah I’m covered in mud”. Just plenty of sun kissed tannage, your if you’re a Pastey Pete like me factor 50 and a Sombrero!

2. LIFE’S A BEACH… Beni is pretty much a holiday & a festival! With the gorgeous(gay) beach a short (okay brisk) walk away from the campsite. Its not long until your sat next to the Mediterranean Sea with a Maxibon in one hand and a Mojito in the other, totes bliss! And if you can’t handle the heat and want to get out of the kitchen the Sea is the best way to cool down!

3. PRICE TAG… FIB early bird tickets start at £120! For 8days camping and four days of World class music that’s a bargain even David Dickinson couldn’t deny! Glasto on the otherhand £185 with the stressful mug shot registering process! Don’t be silly guys… Buy Benicassim Tickets Now
Beni Stage
4. SHOWERS… I was a bit apprehensive about facilities when going to Beni, especially as I’m a sweaty Betty! Will wet wipes cut it this time? They didn’t have to… I was so surprised by the cleanliness and availability of the showers on the campsite! A freezing cold shower, was the perfect remedy for each of the killer hangovers I had at FIB 2011!

5. PORTALOOS… Glasto portaloos and troths are pretty much disgusting. So disgusting, I’d probably rather a night with Heather of Eastenders! Due to the heat and the possible spreading of germs etc Beni’s get cleaned upto 3 times a day, meaning they are spot or. It’s a poo happy zone my friends!

6. SOUND CHECKS… On the Thursday around 1ish my mate was like “can you hear that, Plan-B’s on stage?”… with the headline acts not hitting the stages until the early hours of the morning they have a chance to warm up in the day! The Sunday waking up and hearing Arcade Fire sound check was amazing!

7. CULTURE… If you’re a culture vulture there is plenty to soak up! There are loads of tidy little restaurant dishing up traditional Spanish food, freshly caught fish paella did go down a treat I won’t lie! And if your not a culture vulture Benicassim still has loads to soak up! Mainly alcohol, a leeeeetle bit of Sangria was consumed throughput the week! The Spanish ladies were also pretty unreal, hash tag decent (sexist)!

8. WATERPARK… Sure Glasto have a farm (Z’zzzzzzzz) but do they have a waterpark! Come on your never to old to run around a waterpark! There is also loads of shadey places here if you feel you need a spot of respite from the sun.

9. STAGES… At Glasto with so much kicking off which is amazing, it always made me feel a bit gutted I couldn’t be in two places at once. You also have to trek miles each time you want to see someone different. The Park stage to the Pyramid – Paula Radcliffe would struggle, is pretty far! The Maravillas and stages the two badboy ones at Beni are pretty close together!

10. PARTY ALL NIGHT… With Live Music continuing until 9am you can literally party all night! It is pretty crazy, but pretty amazing at the same time! Around the site there are also a few decent clubs that are definitely worth a look in the days building up to the music!

There we are… I’d just like to point out this isn’t a hate campaign against Glasto, which I think is pretty awesome, just more a love affair or bromance with KING BENI! See you in 2012 good friend!

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Review of Benicassim 2011 Sunday

Benicassim Sunday Review

For the final day of music we headed down slightly earlier in order to catch more of the action. The first band of the evening we saw was Wales 3-piece The Joy Formidable. Despite being around since 2007, they were quite new to me! They won’t be much longer, I’ve just downloaded ‘The Big Roar’ their newest album. Seriously if you haven’t heard them, youtube ‘Whirring’ such a beautiful song and amazing live!
The Maravillas stage was our next stop for Noah and The Whale. Sure I song-a-long to LIFE GOES ON… but I wont lie, they were rubbish! Similar to Mumford and Sons they are essentially a folk band with pop tunes. But unlike Mumford they don’t have the hits or the enthusiasm to get the crowd going. Lead Singer ‘Charlie Fink’ just doesn’t have enough about him in my book. It was quite a bland set, and I was happy enough to spend most of it checking out some Spanish senoritas through the safety of my sunglasses (smooth).

Following this we headed for another act that I was slightly sceptical about. Professor Green was on at The Other stage. Prior to his entrance, he had a quality DJ that was ‘spinning’ yes that is the right terminology loads of decent hits! Pro Green then came on, and unlike Noah and the Whale he was all ENERGY, this translated well with the crowd. And as a white middle class youth I must say his set was sick (Not meaning nauseous but sick as in how the cool kids say it – sick maaan’)! Hits such as ‘Just be good to Green’ and ‘I need you tonight’ were quality. He also impressed with a cover of The Pixies ‘Where is my Mind’. Well done Pro Green, you’ve converted me – just don’t tell anyone!
We disappointly then missed Portishead, by who by all means delivered a great set as they always do. This was due to my mate insisting, we go collect the girls (and by girls I mean a group of young girls they’ve been trying to crack onto all week and failing, miserably). However, we were then immensely positioned for the band that was seeing the Sunday out Canadian Indie Rock Supergroup Arcade Fire.
They kicked off on the main stage at 1.15am with Husband and Wife combo on great form. Opening with Ready to Start it was clear this was going to be awesome! The crowd went crazy for hits such as ‘Crown of Love’ ‘We Used to Wait’ and ‘Lies’. Ending with ‘Sprawl II’ Vince Power found justification in allowing them to close the Sunday. Epic Set.
Even better, this gave us time to head back to the Stage and catch UK’s biggest rap star Tine Tempah! Judging by this performance here, it can’t be long until Tine will be mentioned in the same breath as legendary US rap Star Jay-Z. Tine delivered a stellar performance with great showmanship and crowd-participation. Playing all his hits from ‘Discovery’ Highlights including ‘Wonderman’ ‘Invisible’ and ‘Frisky’. My personal favourite was ‘Miami to Ibiza’ were he got everyone in the crowd to crouch and jump at the point of action. However, there was no denying ‘Pass Out’ was greeted with the most cheers. The crowd went CRAZY!
Benicassim 2011 – what a festival! 100% going again in 2012! If you’ve never been go! I can’t empathise how good it is!

Benicassim 2011 Saturday Review Day 3

Benicassim Saturday Review 2011 stage was the first port for us to catch Bombay Bicycle Club. I’m a massive fan of the North London for piece having seen them many times before I was happy to see them perform an electric-set as opposed to the acoustic which they adopted from their sounds of 2010 album ‘Flaws’. ‘Cancel on Me’, ‘Dust on the Ground’ and ‘Always Like This’ were pretty special and allowed me to forget about my nose for a while! Great tracks, and Jack Steadman and Co were on top form. Unfortunately we missed the end of the set, as they clashed with Mumford and Sons who were on the Main Stage half an hour in to BBC’s set.
Around the campsite, the majority of people all said the same thing, Mumford and Sons was the act they were looking most forward to too. Not even headlining, after their ten song long set I;m sure it won’t be long until their folk/indie sounds are headling a major festival. Returning to Beni from 2010, the crowd went wild for them. They sampled quite a few new songs, which the crowd seemed to lap up. ‘Lover of Light’ and ‘Lover’s Eyes’ will definitely be ones to look out for in the future. My favourite track ‘Little Lion Man’ was echoed back by nearly all of the 1000’s of people in the crowd. But it has to be said their encore of ‘The Cave’ is the one greeted with the most rapoturous of sounds. Pretty awesome! Although I have no idea why they didn’t play ‘Winter Winds’ disappointing!!!

I wasn’t going anywhere as up next was THE ARCTIC MONKEYS! The Sheffield four-piece could easily be mistaken for being around forever. Emphasised by their hit-packed 2hour long, 20 song set! The majority of their gig was based around new album ‘Suck it and See’ which was in truth slightly disappointing. Besides ‘Don’t sit down because I’ve moved the chair’ it seemed as though the majority of the crowd was unfamiliar with other tracks and didn’t respond that well. However, any feelings of disappointment were short lived. With the Monkeys instantly turning the crowd in to a frenzy by dropping hits such as ‘Crying Lightning’, ‘I Bet That You Look Good On The Dancefloor’ and ‘When The Sun Goes Down’. It also has to be said their encore of ‘Fluorescent Adolescent’ and ‘505’ was electric, literally insane, so GOOOOD!
Primal Scream were up next presenting Screamadelica… unfortunately due to my nose and lack of sleep I had to be a melt and head back to zee tent to catch some vital Z’zzzzzzzzzzz’s.

Benicassim 2011 Review of Day 1 Day 2

If you’re reading this I’m guessing you know what Benicassim is, if you don’t then let me give you some insight…
Imagine Glastonbury… Right now minus the bad weather, wellingtons, and rain macs. Then quickly add Sun, Shades, and Shorts!!! But at the same time make sure you keep the amazing sounds of world class music and chilled out vibes then bang! We have BENICASSIM!
I was lucky enough to have a ticket for this years event and despite breaking both my Blackberry and my nose (more of that later) I can safely say I had the best 8days of my life (don’t call the exaggeration police just yet… and read on for my full guide to Beni 2011).
After doing Glasto last year but missing out on a ‘proper’ holiday (poor student) I was in a dilemma this year as to what to chose! My first four days in Beni justified my decision ten-fold!

Prior to the music we had four days to chillout…. The days consisted of a short, okay brisk walk from the campsite to the beach, but it is loverly! A day sunning it, accompanied by an icecream some fresh mojitos made by some crazy bloke who definitely made a killing! Then to one of the numerous nice little restaurants for a few beers and a spot of paella! Beautiful! There is loads of bars scattered around, a decent and a surprisingly cheap club! I was in love with Beni and the festival hadn’t even kicked off yet.

Benicassim Festival Thursday Review

After let the sunset and squeezing in some pre-drinking at the tent, we made our way down for our first act of the festival! We headed to the ‘Maravillas Stage’ (Beni’s main stage) at 10.15 to catch Scottish singer/song-writer Paolo Nutini! Playing to the majority of 2009’s ‘Sunny Side Up’ including hits Candy, Coming Up Easy and Pencil Full of lead his set was well received by the huge crowd! Throwing in previous hits such as ‘Jenny Don’t Be Hasty’ and ‘New Shoes’ the half Italian Rocker, delivered, and set truly signalled the start of Beni!
After this quite a few people moved around, but we didn’t go anywhere, getting to the front in anticipation of – Plan B…What a talent this guy is! He has come a long way since introducing himself to the music world as a grime artist! He is now easily one of the best Male Solo Acts in the UK. Opening with ‘Writings on the Wall’ finishing with ‘Stay to Long’ all his hits were welcomed with raptures of screams and moshing as encouraged and displayed by the man himself what a nutter! In between he also played hits like ‘Love Goes Down’ and ‘Praying’ and a fantastic medley of some Ben E.King, Seal and Dr Dre……. I must also mention Faith SFX who warmed up the crowd before Plan B with a Beatboxer… He was immense! Check him out on Youtube fast, he’s unreal!

We then faced a huge dilemma, stay around for The Streets which would obviously be amazing, and with Mike Skinner’s pending retirement questionably un-misable! Or head other to Stage and catch Chase and Status!? Hmmmm having seen the later a short while ago at The Isle of Wight Festival I knew I had to be there again! The South London dubstep guru’s are an amazing live act!
They didn’t disappoint either… the crowd literally turned into a warzone But in a good way (I’m not advocating war here just moshing)! The energy of the crowd was literally electric, and I haven’t sweated that much since well, since the last time I was very, sweaty! ‘Let you go’ and ‘time’ were legendary, with Deliah joining the boys on stage for the latter! Each song was blasted out with massive energy, you knew at every drop of the base the crowd was going to erupt! It was literally AWESOME! An two song encore of Blind Faith and old favourite Fool Yourself was immense! No idols is a hit-packed album and I cannot wait to see these guys again!

Emotionally and Physically drained we decided to hack it out at the stage to see Jack Beats close from 2.30 to 4am. Great decision! This new young DJ who I was unfamiliar with before, smashed out loads of remixes and different hits and kept the majority of Beni partying to the am! DECENT!

Benicassim 2011 Friday Review

9.30pm was our first port of call to catch Killers front man ‘Brandon Flowers’. ‘Only the Young’ and ‘Crossfire’ were received exceptionally well, portraying the success of his debut album ‘Flamingo’, but the crowd went wild when he delivered back some of his hits with The Killers! ‘Read my Mind’ and ‘Losing Touch’ were pretty special! But ‘Mr Brightside’ was literally awesome!

After their triumphant performance at Glasto, the band that seems they’ve been around forever ‘Elbow’ were up next! Not being a massive fan, I was unsure what to expect! In honesty, I was quite disappointed, the sound wasn’t great and songs kept getting interrupted. This was largely due to the sheer size of the crowd. Singer Guy Garvey kept encouraging the crowd ‘To look after one another’ which was good of him! Shame he didn’t have a few more hits to accompany ‘Build a Rocket Boys’ and ‘One Day Like This’ which were massive crowd pleasers!

Following Elbow, was the band that I was most looking forward to seeing all week! New York Indie heroes ‘The Strokes’. Back of their new hit album ‘Angles’ Julian Casablanca and co delivered a High Octane hit packed set. Opening with ‘This is it’s classic ‘New York City Cops’ they set the tone. And continued to tip in and out of their catalogue of huge hits. Higlights included ‘Repitilla’, ‘Last Nite’, ‘Undercover of Darkness’ and ‘Someday’. Highlights did not include breaking my nose to the encore of ‘Juicebox’.

Yep during a mosh I caught a massively stray elbow on my nose, and had to be rushed to a medical tent! Stitches and a re-brake followed and the Benicassim Doctors had my good as new. I say good as new, I did look a bit like a poor-mans Steve Bruce!

Devastatingly this meant I missed St Alban’s Dance/pop trio Friendly Fires. I could hear them, and heard all their huge hits from their self-titled debut album and new smash hit ‘Pala’. But it wasn’t the same. My mate, kindly rubbed it in, in the morning saying they were unreal. I would have loved to have been there for ‘Jump in the Pool’, ‘Skeleton Boy’ and new single ‘Live those days tonight’. By all rights, they were amazing!

Benicassim Top Tips

Here are Sarah Dodd’s Top Tips for people not camping on site !!. Please add your tips to this post below.

• Buy your benicassim tickets early- it can get really expensive to leave it to the last minute.

• For ease and reassurance use BeniTravel to organise your trip- it may not be the cheapest option, but it is certainly the simplest.

• Have a few drinks before you get to/on your way to the site. Will definitely save you money in the long run.

• Keep plenty of water bottle lids in your pockets/bag. When buying water from the bar, the lids will come in handy- meaning you can dance like crazy without spilling a drop!

• Ladies- bring loo roll- the festival has plenty of toilets, but like most festivals, within a couple of hours loo roll is like gold dust!

• Make sure you have cash with you- there are very few cash machines on site and the queues were constantly 50+ people.

• Loose, cool clothing is a must! Even at 3am temperatures can be 20°c+, and in a crowd of 50,000 people it will get sweaty!

• Get to your chosen stage early; get an excellent spot- simple!

• Most importantly- Enjoy! F.I.B is one of the few remaining festivals that is for music lovers. Check out the various stages, and people you may not have heard of- you can guarantee that they wouldn’t be there if they didn’t deserve to be.

Please add in the comments below your Top Tips so we can get a definitive guide for Brits going to Beni

Benicassim 2011 Preview

Being a cash-strapped student, I often approach the long awaited summer holidays and think: cheap holiday abroad or music festival? After much deliberation, I always reach the same answer year after year. Music festival. As the line ups begin to trickle out in early January, I find myself endlessly checking rumour forums and festival websites trying to decide which festival to attend with my limited budget. However, this year I thought I’d try and get the best of both worlds. Festival International de Benicàssim (FIB) is one of Europe’s largest music festivals and takes place on Spain’s east coast, just north of Valencia.

With the campsite opening on the 11th of July this year and scheduled artists not starting until the 14th, there is ample time to enjoy this music festival as a holiday. The intense July heat also means the acts do not start until after 6PM, so festival goers can enjoy a siesta on the beach while anticipating the night ahead. There are not many festivals that replace cold showers and muddy campsites with bathing in the Mediterranean Sea and relaxing on the beach, but at Benicàssim this is certainly possible. However, for us traditional festival goers, staying in the grounds of FIB presents the same festival culture experience crave every year, with the added bonus of beautiful sunshine.

The real fun begins on Thursday the 14th where UK rap giants The Streets, who recently announced that this would be their last ever tour, top the bill in a first day line up worthy of any festival. This announcement makes Mike Skinner a “must see” this summer as he may never perform as The Streets when this tour is over. Other highlights on the first day include Paolo Nutini, Chase and Status and one of my favourite bands, Pendulum, who never fail to put on an unbelievable show. With the late announcement of Plan B only last week, the hopeful music fans among us will have visions of Ben Drew joining Chase and Status on stage to perform some of their collaboration tracks including UK top ten hit, “End Credits”.

Friday brings the much anticipated return of The Strokes after a five year hiatus during which frontman Julian Casablancas recorded his solo album. Elbow, James Murphy and The Stranglers will also be performing along with Brandon Flowers following his hugely successful solo album “Flamingo” which debuted at number one in the UK. Saturday sees Arctic Monkeys headline another incredible day of music which also includes a unique opportunity to see Primal scream playing their entire “Screamadelica” album from start to finish, marking twenty years since its release. Mumford and Sons exploded into the mainstream last year following the release of their debut album “Sign No More” in late 2009. They shall also be performing on the Saturday at Benicàssim and if they produce a set half as good as some of their performances at last years major festivals, we are all in for a treat.

Arcade Fire top the bill on the fourth and final day of live music at Benicàssim. This is the band that many festival goers will have been waiting on, myself included. On the back of their latest album “The Suburbs” winning a Grammy Award and the band also picking up two BRIT awards this year, Arcade Fire are the band to see this summer. Along with Portishead, Noah and the Whale and Tinie Tempah, this is the perfect end to an amazing summer festival experience.

Festival International de Benicàssim is the ideal combination of a relaxing beach holiday and a mind-blowing music festival. Being one of the largest music festivals in Europe, its reputation continues to grow every year, making it one holiday that students like myself cannot afford to miss.

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Arctic Monkeys The Strokes Primal Scream for Benicassim 2011 Line up

Today Benicassim Organisers have announced the first few acts for Fib 2011. Benicassim 2011 will play host to The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys and Primal Scream, when Spain’s Number One Festival Benicàssim 2011 returns on the Weekend of July 14th to 17th 2011.
These first few acts named on the Benicassim Line Up for 2011 have really whet the appetite and are fantastic start.
The Strokes burst on to the indie music with their fabulous debit album “is this it” in 2001 and the US rockers are now onto their 4th Studio Album which is due out in 2011 and are making a long awaited return to the live scene.
Primal Scream are coming back to Benicassim are expected to play a best of set. The Arctic Monkeys return to the live scene and to Benicassim where they last played in 2007.

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Benicassim Stage Times 2010

Organisers of the Benicassim Festival have announced the On Stage Times for Benicassim Festival ( Fib Heineken ) . Kasabian will grace the main stage on the Thursday at 1am. Highlights on Friday 16th July 2010 include Vampire Weekend at 1am, and form 3am Hacienda Dj’s will make the party go on till dawn.
On Saturday, The Specials play some Ska classics at 9:30 with the essex dance gods The Prodigy going on stage at 1am. The Klaxxons play at 3am and Ian Brown at 11:30. Sunday must sees include Dizzee Rascal who will be enjoying a holiday, and disco, at 21:30, the last night is stand out night for me with Lily Allen on at 23:00, the lovely Ellie Goulding on at 21:40. One of my 80s faves Echo and the Bunnymen play at midnight, the the worlds greatest ever animated band the Gorillaz perform at 1am and at 3am Leftfield. What a End to an amazing festival line up.
So what do you think to the timings who are you going to be watching

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THURSDAY 15th July 2010

18:00 Puggy Escenario

18:30 Chin Yi Eastpak FIB Club

19:00The Paris Riots Escenario Verde

19:30 Cohete Escenario

20:00 Jack L Eastpak FIB Club

20:00 Southern Arts Society Escenario Verde

21:00 El Hijo Escenario

21:30 Charlotte Gainsbourg Escenario Verde

22:00 Brendan Benson Eastpak FIB Club

22:45 Love of Lesbian Escenario

23:00 Ray Davies Escenario Verde

23:45 Dirty Projectors Eastpak FIB Club

00:30 The Temper Trap Escenario

01:00 Kasabian Escenario Verde

01:30 Scratch Perverts Eastpak FIB Club

02:30 Magnetic Man Escenario

03:00 Phil Kieran Eastpak FIB Club

03:00 Broken Bells Escenario Verde

03:45 Skream Escenario

05:00 Joris Voorn Eastpak FIB Club

05:45 Benga Escenario

FRIDAY 16 July 2010

18:00 Delorentos Escenario

18:30 Cola Jet Set Eastpak FIB Club

19:00 Fionn Regan Escenario Verde

19:15 Alondra Bentley Escenario

20:00 jj Eastpak FIB Club

20:00 Triángulo de amor bizarro Escenario Verde

20:45 Sr. Chinarro Escenario

21:30 Julian Casablancas Escenario Verde

21:45 Ilegales Eastpak FIB Club

22:45 Mumford & Sons Escenario

23:00 Hot Chip Escenario Verde

23:45 Yacht & The Straight Gaze Eastpak FIB Club

00:15 Goldfrapp Escenario

01:00 Vampire Weekend Escenario Verde

01:45 Peter Hook performing Unknown Pleasures Eastpak FIB Club

02:15 Calvin Harris Escenario

03:00 The Haçienda Night featuring Graeme Park, DJ Pierre and Justin Robertson Eastpak FIB Club

03:00 Dj Shadow Escenario Verde

03:30 Boys Noize Escenario

05:15 Timo Maas Escenario


18:00 The Ruskins Escenario

18:30 Ryan Sheridan Eastpak FIB Club

19:00 Gentle Music Men Escenario Verde

19:15 Cuchillo Escenario

19:45 Aaron Wright and The Aprils Eastpak FIB Club

20:00 Ash Escenario Verde

20:45 The Cribs Escenario

21:00 Jonston Eastpak FIB Club

21:30 The Specials Escenario Verde

22:30 The Sunday Drivers Escenario

23:00 The Clientele Eastpak FIB Club

23:15 Ian Brown Escenario Verde

00:15 PiL Escenario

00:30 Bigott Eastpak FIB Club

01:00 The Prodigy Escenario Verde

02:15 Four Tet (live) Eastpak FIB Club

02:30 Cut Copy Escenario

03:00 Klaxons Escenario Verde

03:30 Daedelus Eastpak FIB Club

03:45The Japanese Popstars Escenario

04:30 Motor Eastpak FIB Club

05:45 Alex Under Escenario


18:00 I Blame Coco Escenario

18:30 Marcus Doo & The Secret Family Eastpak FIB Club

19:00 Standstill Escenario Verde

19:15 Efterklang Escenario

20:00 Parade Eastpak FIB Club

20:00 The Courteeners Escenario Verde

21:00 Two Door Cinema Club Escenario

21:30 Dizzee Rascal Escenario Verde

21:45 Ellie Goulding Eastpak FIB Club

22:30 Foals Escenario

23:00 Lily Allen Escenario Verde

23:45 The Pinker Tones Eastpak FIB Club

00:00 Echo & The Bunnymen Escenario

01:00 Gorillaz Escenario Verde

01:45 Lindstrøm & Christabelle Eastpak FIB Club

02:10 Midnight Juggernauts Escenario

03:00 Yuksek Eastpak FIB Club

03:00 Leftfield Escenario Verde

03:25 Prins Thomas Escenario

04:45 Kidd Ross Eastpak FIB Club

05:30 Jack Beats Eastpak FIB Club

05:35 Funkagenda Escenario

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Lily Allen added to Benicassim Line Up

Lily Allen has been added to the Benicassim 2010 line up along with Ray Davies and the The Japanese Popstars. Benicassim Festival takes place on the weekend of 15 July to 18th July 2010. The headliners are Kasabian, and The Prodigy.
Other recent additions to the spanish festival also known as FIB Heineken, include Peter Hook performing ‘Unknown Pleasures’. there will also be homage to the legendary Manchester club Hacienda with a Haçienda Night with DJ Perfomances from Graeme Park, DJ Pierre, and Justin Robertson.
Other dance acts added include Timo Maas, Prins Thomas, Joris Voorn, and Jack L.

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