Lloret de Mar, making people dance since the sixties
Gallery brief summary of old discosLloret de Mar has a long tradition of music. As an international tourist destination, with outstanding nightlife, Lloret has always been a gateway to the musical tendencies that triumphed in Europe and the world. In particular, dance music.
Gallery brief summary of old discosFrom the twist and the rock&roll of the 60s to the disco music of the 80s, and from the 80s, to the emergence of electronic music and international DJs... Lloret nightlife has always been a trailblazer. In a few years, tourists from other parts of Europe: French, British, Belgians, Germans, Dutch, Swedish... started flocking to Lloret attracted by the beauty of the Costa Brava and the nightlife.
From the original St Trop, Revolution, Moef Ga-Ga or The Moby Dick up to current ones with a long history such as Tropics, Bumper’s, Londoner, Privée... all have seen generations and generations of dance music fans on their dance floors.
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Currently Lloret has some of the most sought-after DJs on the international scene: Alan Walker, Steve Aoki, Martin Solveig, Afrojack, Deorro or Armin Van Burren among others. A quality, eclectic and varied program that attracts young and international audiences.
Alan Walker, one of today's most renowned DJs and house music producers is a regular in Tropics’ DJ booth. At only 21, he has gained a place among the best in electronic music, and is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after artists.
In Lloret, not everything is about dancing until the sun comes up.
Lloretencs also enjoy a wide range of music in the city throughout the year. Concerts for the Festa Major with popular artists, classical music festivals, small concerts in unique venues, folk festivals...
Enjoy the following festivals this summer: