Iberdrola Music

Iberdrola Music, the largest sustainable space in Europe for leisure and culture

In line with its commitment to creating a greener and more sustainable future, Iberdrola España has set out to promote more eco-friendly leisure and culture. Iberdrola Music – Europe's largest sustainable space for leisure and culture – embodies the company's will to bring the fight against climate change to all areas of society.

With 185,000 square metres and a capacity to host more than 100,000 people, the Iberdrola Music venue in Madrid enables major music, cultural and entertainment festivals and events to be held with minimal environmental impact. Through the complete electrification of the stages with 100% green energy, Iberdrola Music contributes to reducing the emission of tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere. 

Located in Madrid's Villaverde district, the new space also gives an important socio-cultural boost to the area – attracting music, art and cultural talent, and standing out as an attraction for major national and international artists, who are increasingly aware of the need to minimise the environmental impact of their performances.
 

Mad Cool 2024, music and sustainability in harmony

Iberdrola Music seeks to create musical experiences that unite people with the planet. This is why it hosts one of the most important music festivals in the country and in Europe, the Mad Cool Festival, which will be held from 10 to 13 July 2024.

Dua Lipa, The Smashing Pumpkins, Pearl Jam, Motxilla 21, Sum 41 and Avril Lavigne are some of the artists who will perform on the 100% sustainable stages of Iberdrola Music. They will be joined by Keane, Greta van Fleet, Nothing But Thieves, Tom Odell, Jessie Ware, Janelle Monáe, Bring Me the Horizon and many more: a total of 104 artists will take part in this edition of the festival in which good vibrations are transmitted in 100% renewable energy.

Mad Cool 2023, the first sustainable edition of the festival

Iberdrola Music kicks off with the 2023 edition of Mad Cool Festival. Robbie Williams, Lizzo, Lil Nas X, Machine Guy Kelly, Mumford & Sons, Queens of the Stone Age, The Black Keys, Sam Smith, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Liam Gallagher, M.I.A. and The Prodigy were some of the artists who premiered this sustainable venue.

In this edition of the festival, over 200,000 people enjoyed the Mad Cool experience with over 100 national and international artists and the lowest possible environmental impact in an event of this magnitude.  

 

If you want to find out more about Europe's largest sustainable space for culture and entertainment and keep up to date with its events agenda, visit the official Iberdrola Music website. Discover a magical place where music and sustainability come together to create an unforgettable harmonious experience.

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