Would you like to visit a music festival in Spain? FIB is a annual festival that takes place in Benicàssim, located close to the city Valencia. You can enjoy pop, rock and electronica music, as well as arts, fashion shows and short films. The festival is very popular among many British people due to the beautiful location and good weather. So… Are you interested in this festival now? Read more!
Festival Internacional de Benicàssim (or just abbreviated as FIB) is a annual festival that always starts on the second Monday of July, although the music officially begins on Thursday afternoon. The festival has the reputation of being one of the best international festivals! With a beautiful location nearby the beach, a very nice timetable (the bands just play later in the day, from 5 pm till 8 am) and a festival capacity around 50.000 people, it is a real must-see. Besides that, it’s attracting a young, party-oriented crowd. So, you’ll find lots of fun and party people!
FIB always starts on the second Monday of July, although the music will officially start on Thursday afternoon. In 2018, the festival will take place on 19, 20, 21 and 22 July in Benicàssim.
Muse, The Chemical Brothers, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Major Lazer…..and many others! For more information about the line-up, take a look at this page!
4 days festival (camping included): €125,-
4 days festival VIP (camping included): €250,-
1 day festival: 85,-
Opening hours of the festival site
Coming soon. The festival site will be opened 24 hours a day.
How to get there
The festival will take place close to Valencia, so you don’t have to travel for hours… A trainstation is located in Benicàssim, so traveling by train from Valencia is the cheapest, fastest and most easy way to get to the festival.
Traveling by train will take around 1 or 1,5 hour. The prices will vary from €8,- to €25,-. For more information, availability and actual prices, you can take a look at the page of Renfe.
By car you’ll be in Benicàssim within an hour. Follow the highway (V-21) to Castellón. From Castellón you’ll see signs to Benicàssim. ¡Hint! Try to come with someone via BlaBlaCar. Do you have an own car? Use a navigation system, because the signs wouldn’t be very clearly when you leave Valencia.
For more information about the festival (Spanish & English) see FIB