Running for a second consecutive year, this festival aims to deliver a greater experience by fine-tuning the smaller details, not by bringing in the biggest names. The organisers are also dedicated to making it as eco-friendly as possible. After being chosen as the most sustainable festival in Spain 2013 by international organisation A Greener Festival, reaching the same levels of commitment as Glastonbury and Bonnaroo, Bona Nit looks to top this by reducing their carbon footprint and providing a 100% organic and local catering service.
Tickets start at €40. First act at 7.30pm.
There's also a daytime festival, Bon Dia, with music, workshops and activities for all ages. Tickets for Bon Día are €12, free for children under 12.