The young British star John Newman kicks off the festival with his groundbreaking mix of pop, soul and electronic sound that has shot him to stardom. With his singles “Love Me Again”, “Come And Get It”, “Lights Down”, “Losing Sleep”, “All I Need Is You” and more, he’ll pack the stage with positive energy to thrill the audience as always in his concerts.

A singer-songwriter, musician and producer at 27 years of age, he became a hit thanks to “Love Me Again”, the single from his debut album “Tribute”, which reached number one in 10 countries. He has sold over two million albums, thus winning gold and platinum awards. His second album “Revolve”, which he produced himself, has a lively pace. It was inspired by the singer and DJ Calvin Harris with whom he worked. His two singles “Come And Get It” and “Lights down” are an example of this, while his new album “Olé” promises to continue the singer’s success and rock the Sunset Valley Festival goers.

John Newman



After their spectacular tour of Spain and Latin America for the 30th anniversary since launching their first record, Hombres G are hitting the Sunset Valley Festival to revive our country’s music of the 80s. David, Rafa, Javi and Dani want to celebrate this festival with us, which is as active and as strong as ever.

With 16 studio albums and over 600 concerts behind them, the rock and pop band founded in 1982 is still an example to follow in Spanish music on both sides of the Atlantic. With hits like “Devúlveme a mi chica”, “Marta tiene un marcapasos” and “¿Por qué no ser amigos?” they’re all set to make this a must-see concert for 80s pop-rock lovers.



Following the release of his latest record in 2016 entitled “The Incredible History of Violin”, the artist has created a new show of the same name with which he is hitting the stage again. Ara Malikian and his violin will grace the stage at the Sunset Valley Festival with his boundless musical talent.

Malikian is a Spanish violinist of Lebanese origin and Armenian ancestry who at 48 years of age has recorded over 40 records. Together with his violin, he has shown a special interest in bringing his music to all kinds of audiences, creating his own orchestra. With his team and using a very personal language based on traditional European music, he is an artist able to mix the works of Vivaldi with Paco de Lucía and even Led Zeppelin

Ara Malikian





The music of Earth, Wind & Fire, one of the most famous funk bands of the 70s and 80s, will be here thanks to Al McKay’s Allstars with the Earth, Wind & Fire Experience at the Sunset Valley Festival. This is a concert that will take the audience back to the golden age of American music and get them dancing to the rhythm of hits like “September”, “Boogie Wonderland”, “Let’s Groove”, “Sing a Song”, “Pride” and “Fantasy”.

After years of silence from the legendary band Earth, Wind & Fire (with whom Al McKay was a guitarist and co-writer), he decided to reunite some of its ex-members to create a new musical ensemble to continue captivating audiences with their characteristic disco, dance, soul and funk.

With the Earth, Wind & Fire Experience, Al McKay’s Allstars revive the original spirit and sound of the band that won five Grammys, thus topping off a festival packed with rhythm and positive vibes.