By Euro Weekly News Media • 22 July 2011 • 15:28
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BENIDORM’S three day music festival ‘Low Cost’ will take place from Thursday 21st July at the Guillermo Amor Sports City.
There will be 52 different musicians from countries including England, and Spain, as well as artists from South America, the United States, Canada, Australia and Asia.
Acts include Britain’s Mika and the Klaxons; as well as OK GO and Spain’s Fangoria.. Sources at the eight hotels included in the ticket plus accommodation packages have confirmed they have sold out.
The official campsite, Armanello, has been reportedly full for weeks, so organisers have made arrangements to refer revellers to campsites in bordering towns like Alfaz del Pi. But Inga van der Meer, receptionist at Camping Resort Gran Confort Almafra in Alfaz del Pi said “At the moment we have very few people who are here for the low cost festival. Maybe Friday we will get more.”
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