Fatboy Slim will return to FIB Benicàssim in 2019. The charismatic dance legend will be joined by Gerry Cinnamon, Octavian, Kodaline and Belako, as well as a variety of exciting artists including La Zowi, Mavi Phoenix, Mueveloreina, Paigey Cakey, Soleá Morente & Napoleón Solo, The Blinders and Barny Fletcher. They join already announced headliners Kings of Leon and Lana Del Rey, in addition to The 1975, Franz Ferdinand, George Ezra, Jess Glynne, Blossoms, La M.O.D.A. and You Me At Six. This is the 25th addition of the festival and we want to celebrate it with you!
Norman Cook AKA Fatboy Slim is the grand master of the dance floor armed with all the classic hits and whether playing Nu-funk, disco, acid house, electronic, big beat or EDM, he always brings the party. His explosive impact on music is undeniable and he has played across the world, including Río de Janeiro in front of 360,000 people. This is sure to be an unforgettable performance of the weekend.
A phenomenon that only continues to grow in size, cult Scottish songwriter Gerry Cinnamon looks certain to build on the success of his acclaimed 2017 debut album ‘Erratic Cinematic’ with his set at FIB Benicàssim primed to be one of those moments talked about for years to come.
Also heading to FIB Benicàssim is BBC Sound of 2019 winner Octavian. With an array of accolades coming his way, including praise from global superstar Drake, 2019 is set to be a huge year for the London based rapper.
Irish quartet Kodaline are returning to the festival in 2019, armed with their critically acclaimed third album ‘Coming Up For Air’ which gave them their second Irish number one album and confirms their status as a growing force in music.
Spanish post-punk rockers Belako are also joining the line-up. The band are intent on global domination and will be bringing both the moves and the feels to the festival, cranking up the summer heat.
Also announced are a host of exciting artists including La Zowi, Mavi Pheonix, Mueveloreina, Paigey Cakey, Soleá Morente & Napoleón Solo, The Blinders and Barny Fletcher.