Weekend Beach Festival - 2023

Weeked Beach Festival 2023 - 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th July 


Weekend Beach Festival, one of the most anticipated summer festivals in Spain. It's an annual festival held during the first or second week of July on the beautiful unspoilt coastline of Torre del Mar within Axarquia, East of Malaga. Weekend Beach Festival is found on the official list of ‘Major National Events’ and is one of the most valued festivals by both the artists and the public thanks to the amazing organisation, services, technical production and amenities.

One of the packed stages

Fabulous atmosphere

Apart from an unbeatable atmosphere created by more than 150,000 ‘Weekers’ that attend Weekend Beach Festival each year, one of the best things about ‘WBF’ is that it’s right on the beach front, Torre del Mar’s Playa de Poniente. So fill your coolers, pack your swimsuit and aftersun and get ready to spend four days of guaranteed fun in the sun. The Weekend Beach Festival has featured various internationally acclaimed artists, including the likes of David Guetta, Black Eyed Peas, Damian Marley, Whiz Khalifa and some of Spain’s own popular artists, even local DJ’s from Torre del Mar. A complete mix of music genres and generations from the 80’s: Reggae, 90’s Electronic, Pop, Indie Rock.

Latest line-up for 2023 - it's going to be great!

Four stages to choose from

There are four stages within the venue, Torremar, Weekend Beach Festival Brugal & Sunrise Stage, the fourth being the Red Bull Tour Bus for the earlier risers starting at 12:00 (you also don’t need a ticket for this one) ideal for any music or/and festival lovers out there.

Tickets usually go on sale in October at an early bird rate starting at 67,00 € (+6,70€ fee) you can purchase your Weekend Beach Festival Tickets online or even at the festival entrance, however it will be cheaper to purchase them online when they first go on sale. For a full ‘Weekers’ experience try the Weekend Beach Camping Area, located just 10 metres away from the festival itself. If you are not one for camping you can check in at any of the hotels within the area, the BQ Andalucía Beach Hotel for instance, just a 5 minute walk from the festival. There are plenty of food stalls and bars within the festival to choose from and they provide a seating area so you can stop for a bite to eat, if you're fortunate enough to grab a table and some chairs. If you're not one for food truck meals and would prefer to sit and enjoy some authentic Malaga style cuisine at any of the local restaurants, you can easily leave the festival and re-enter (as long as you keep the bracelet they provide you with when they scan your ticket.) Torre del Mar has the longest promenade on the Costa del Sol 3km long and with over 20 beach restaurants known as chiringuitos to choose from for some highly recommended fresh fish by the sea, and during Weekend Beach Festival you can leisurely take a stroll browsing the popular market stalls inside. The festival grounds there are more market stalls where you can purchase Weekend Beach Festival merchandise, clothes, bags, you can also stop and get your glitter and gem makeup done or even get a piercing! All in between partying and dancing until sunrise in this lovely little town by the sea. You can find the Weekend Beach Festival site here via google maps.