Date: 28th May 2015
Gibraltar Music Festival Expands 2015 Lineup - Paloma Faith, Madness,
Kaiser Chiefs and More for GMF15
Bookending the summer festival season, GMF is the perfect way to end an unforgettable summer
of music in the sundrenched, picturesque surroundings of the Rock of Gibraltar.
With Nashville rock heroes Kings Of Leon and pop icons Duran Duran already announced to bring
huge headlining sets to Victoria Stadium this September, now even more names are announced
for Gibraltar Music Festival 2015.
Eccentric pop starlet Paloma Faith will be gracing the stage with her trademark brand of retro
soul and jazz for a set that will no doubt be a standout of the festival.
Undisputed legends of two-tone ska Madness will be on hand to provide a set sure to get the
crowd on their feet. With an arsenal of hits from ‘Baggy Trousers’ to ‘House Of Fun’ at their
disposal they are perfectly suited to the festival environment.
Kaiser Chiefs are simply put one of the UK’s biggest and best line bands. With the livewire antics
of frontman Ricky Wilson and a steady stream of chant-along anthems guaranteed expect nothing
short of brilliance from the Leeds legends.
Irish folk duo Hudson Taylor, exuberant dub funk band Dub Colossus,
Kristian Vinales (DJ Set),
Jeremy Perez & Tom Stott, Headwires and Guy Valarino have also been announced.
Ahead of launching their new album superstar Spanish duo Estopa will be headlining the Radio
Gibraltar Stage for their only show of the summer. Their set is not to be missed!
GMF is a family-friendly, affordable and easily accessible music festival in the sunshine, rolling a
holiday and some of the world’s biggest acts into one incredible weekend.
Tickets available at: http://www.gibraltarmusicfestival.com/tickets-and-packages/
Full Lineup So Far:
• Kings Of Leon
• Duran Duran
• Paloma Faith
• Kaiser Chiefs
• Tom Odell
• The Feeling
• Rae Morris
• Third World
• Hudson Taylor
• Dub Colossus
• Guy Valarino
• Kristian Vinales (DJ Set)
• Paddy Taylor
• Strange Brew
• Tim Garcia ft Afterhours
• Jeremy Perez with Tom Stott