The Canadian band Arcade Fire, the British Massive Attack, pioneers of trip-hop, and the authors of electronic anthems The Prodigy and Underworld will perform at the next Bilbao BBK Live festival, which will be held on July 11, 12 and 13. Four veteran groups for the Biscayan festival.

The fields of Kobetamendi will also host concerts by the funk band Jungle, the Texan trio Khruangbin and the Australians Parcels, as revealed on Tuesday by the organization.

Spanish music will be represented by El Columpio Asesino, on its farewell tour; Ralphie Choo, Jimena Amarillo, Queralt Lahoz, Sen Senra, Derby Motoreta's Burrito Kachimba, and Nerve Agent.

Overmono Live and Folamour, with their electronic music reertory; Los Bitchos, with their cumbia from the 70s and 80s; New Zealand's Jordan Rakei, the jazz quintet Ezra Collective; the rap of JPEGMAFIA, the catchy melodies of Alvvays and the rapper Noname are also part of the line-up of the next BBK Live.

Among the artists announced by the organization are Mulatu Astatke, considered 'the father of ethio-jazz'; the band Cymande, made up of musicians from Jamaica and French Guiana, and the hard-rock group Death from Above 1979.

Basque artists Zea Mays, Shinova and Airu will also perform their songs at the festival.

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