Mallorca Live Festival is a rock, pop and electronic music festival held each year on the Balearic Island. Mixing superstar DJs with established bands and live acts, the festival promises two days of enthralling performances.
Underground house and techno's leading lights sit alongside indie and alternative favourites on the lineup, as the festival excels in its diversity, offering something to music fans from all walks.
As the temperatures begin to rise and the island prepares for summer, the festival marks an impressive start to the season – and despite 2018 marking just the third edition of the festival, it is rapidly becoming an important fixture of Mallorca's live music scene.
The festival takes place in Calvià's Antiquo Aquapark.
Palma is home to the only airport on the island. From here you can reach Calvià by bus, changing at Porta des Camp in the city of Palma itself. Last year, the festival also reached an agreement with local taxi firms to provide a flat rate of €20 per taxi for journeys to and from Palma.