«In Valladolid we are trying to convince the mayor to delay the concert so that people can see the final and then we give Estopa. Come on Mayor! Yes we can !!!». With this message on their Twitter profile account, the Estopa ‘invited’ the mayor of Valladolid to delay the start of their concert this Saturday at the José Zorrilla stadium so that their audience could watch the European Cup final between Liverpool and Real Madrid. Witness that the mayor took with delight: «Vega goes. Done”. The anecdote spread like wildfire the publicity of the brothers from Cornellá, who will fill the aforementioned space with Valladolid’s eager to sing the songs of what has been the soundtrack of a generation, ‘Voces de ultratumba’, which the duo will intersperse with their most recent hits.

However, despite being the most notorious, it will not be the only appetizing musical proposal this weekend in Castilla y León. Here we break down some of the essentials:

The one who was a candidate to represent Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 arrives in the Burgos capital with her latest work ‘La luz del Martes’, which came to position her in fourth place in the Spanish list of best-selling records. This work, the artist has defended, reveals her most intimate and personal side (this Saturday the 28th, at 9:00 p.m., in La rúa). That same day, at the same time, Depedro will perform in the Andén 56 room.

A solidarity show that brings together the best pop and rock artists of recent decades in our country. This Friday 27, at 10 pm in the Plaza de Toros de Segovia.

The II Cycle of Encounters for Feminism hosts in its program an acoustic concert by the artist Isabel Casanova, better known as ‘The Other’, this Friday, May 27. Today she will also present her latest work Pignoise de Ella in the province of Soria; she specifically will do it in the town of Almazán.

The Leonese are still immersed in their tour to present their latest work ‘Manhattan’, an album that was conceived as a sort of sequel to the legendary ‘La Taberna de Buda’ that made them known more than two decades ago. They say of him that he is “pure Quijano essence”, and Manolo endorses it. Not surprisingly, it’s what they were looking for when they went to the Californian city of Los Angeles to record with the same musicians who had already played in that iconic work. This Sunday, at the Ramos Carrión Theater, at 10:00 p.m.