The Away From Home Festival, which will be held at Marenostrum Fuengirola, Malaga, on Saturday 27th August, features special performances from Louis Tomlinson, The Vaccines, Hinds, Sun Room and Stone, as well as a DJ set from The Libertines Carl Barât.
Louis Tomlinson today announces the return of his highly successful festival ‘Away From Home’ this year.
Following the huge success of the festival’s 2021 debut, the 2022 one day festival will be held at the stunning Marenostrum Fuengirola, Malaga, Spain hosting 17,000 fans on Saturday 27th August.
Conceived and curated by Louis himself, the Away From Home festival was first held in 2021 at the UK’s iconic Crystal Palace Bowl and witnessed an audience of over 6,000 people.
This year in Malaga the stellar line-up includes English Indie-rock band The Vaccines who over the past decade have established themselves as one of Britain’s biggest and most loved bands.
Madrid based Indie band Hinds also take the stage fresh from supporting The Strokes, along with Sun Room, who bring their infectious energy following their support slots on Louis’ global tour. Exciting Northern British Alt-punk band Stone will be on the bill bringing their exciting sound to Spain for the first time. In addition, the line-up will feature special DJ sets from The Libertines’ very own Carl Barât.
Louis will be performing a full special headline set to close out the day.
Born in 2016, Marenostrum is quickly establishing itself as one of the most spectacular outdoor venues in Europe, with its proximity to the sea and view of Sohail Castle, offering the perfect location for The Away From Home Festival España 2022.
Tickets go on sale 10am CEST Friday 10th June and can be found through The Away From Home Festival website.
Louis has spent the last two years writing and recording his second solo album after signing a new global deal with BMG.
In 2021 , Louis was listed in the Guinness Book Of World Records for breaking the record for the most livestreamed concert by a solo male artist. Louis hosted one of the biggest live stream concert events of 2020, selling over 160,000 tickets to fans in over 110 countries and raising funds for several important charities and touring crew affected by the pandemic.
Louis is currently travelling the globe with his massive sold out World Tour which has so far visited UK, Europe, USA and South America. The tour included a sell out night at London’s Wembley Arena and a highly emotional homecoming concert at The Dome in Louis’s home town of Doncaster. Next the tour visits Asia and Australia for nine more sell out shows
In total the tour has sold a phenomenal 500,000 tickets globally.