The Cartagena Jazz Festival concludes on Saturday November 26 with performances by Fleet Foxes.
Three years ago, her first album became more than just a bestseller, was a phenomenon.
The media attention of that album of the same name that the band was tremendous.
On both sides of the Atlantic, magazines such as Mojo, Uncut, Pitchfork or Rolling Stone alternated between the first and second place in the best of the year or are appointed by the great revelation of the season.
Fleet Foxes now have the burden of demonstrating that its significance is not temporary.
This concern became an obsession in the head of Robin Pecknold, frontman of the band, which took well over the account to complete his anticipated second album, Helplessness blues.
Scheduled for early 2010, announced his departure in November and was completed in April bringing this year after rethinking the arrangements and the composition of several songs.
Helplessness is the anticipated second blues album and come to close the Cartagena Jazz Festival, in its European tour.
Accompany him as support the neo-folk band Vetiver.
Vetiver have presented this year, The Errant Charm.
Devendra Banhart's shadow is long and will not be easy to Andy Cabic, band leader, get rid of it, being a regular contributor to the neo-hippie Venezuela since its inception.
However, this San Francisco musician has sought to create a personal project, Vetiver, disk to disk, always framed in traditional American music.
The band was created by Cabic after moving to North Carolina (where he led the Greensboro indie rock band) to San Francisco.
In 2004 they released their first reference and since then have not stopped spinning, post new material and have come to collaborate with artists like Devendra Banhart or Joanna Newsom.
The Errant Charm now present their fifth studio album.
An album that shows that Vetiver mastered to perfection the language folk-rock from its most classical to the most innovative and current.
The closing double session will be in the Auditorium and Congress Palace and the boat starts at 21.30 hours.
Tickets are 30, 25 and 20 euros.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena