Our festival will be one of the stops of the fascinating journey that Àpunt is preparing for different festivals that are celebrated in the Community of Valencia. Filippo Giunta, director of Rototom, spoke with them about our history and evolution in Benicássim.
The the other face, the ‘other’ side of Rototom Sunsplash. From the moment the festival area opens until the music kicks off, even as an alternative to the concerts. What can you do between concerts in the reggae festival area?
The spirit of the festival will flow from the walls of the area to arrive at Albocàsser prison with the band Koers. In the Social Forum, the role of politics and citizenship in the face of climate change will be discussed.
The showing of ‘Wake Up!’, directed by the recently deceased Ángel Loza, as well as the documentary ‘Frágil equilibrio’ which won a Goya, will bring a reflection and social engagement to the Reggae University and Social Forum respectively.
Tatiana Nuño, the head of the campaign for Energy and Climate Change for Greenpeace in Spain, along with Grian A. Cutanda, coordinator Training and Dissemination for Extinction Rebellion Spain, open up one of the more reflective spaces of the festival this Saturday. Busy Signal, Emeterians, Sevana and the special show from Babylon Soundtrack will kick off the vibrations on the Main Stage.