Playing For Change Day at Cala Llonga, 22/09/19


PFC Day Ibiza is part of a worldwide event when musicians, artists and volunteers FREELY give their time to organise a music festival raising funds for the Playing For Change Foundation. This foundation provides music education for underprivileged children in places that are culturally rich but economically poor.

Over 35 BANDS gather on 4 Stages in Cala Llonga to entertain residents & tourists of all ages. A wide variety of entertainment for children & families takes place in the kids’ area on the beach. Street-food markets surrounding the beach offer a selection of International food, while the Hippy Market is available throughout the day and night.

Funds raised today will help provide free classes each week to over 2000 children in dance, instrument instruction, languages and musical theory, in 15 music programmes across 11 countries. The foundation helps meet basic needs in their communities, which are home to some of the world’s most economically vulnerable children. This work includes providing primary education, humanitarian aid such as clean water, solar power, food, medicine, clothes, books and school supplies, as well as tools and training to support micro-enterprises. To date, the lives of more than 16,000 children and community members have been improved.
MUSICIANS & ARTISTS are performing FREE of CHARGE so that all funds raised will go to supporting the Playing For Change Foundation’s work.

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Playing For Change Day Ibiza (a local non-profit organisation) is supported by the Cala Llonga Neighbourhood Association, Santa Eulalia Town Hall, Sirenis Hotels & Resorts, a private sponsor, business owners, residents and volunteers.

Help us to create a positive change. Peace through music.



The Clarence Bekker Band, The Brand New Hippies, Hot Ice, Pedro El Chacho, The Ibango Tribe Live, Somosuno and Sequoia Tree are some of the confirmed local bands so far.

American blues singer Luke Winslow-King, who's playing at the Back To School festival in Sant Jordi the night before, has been added to the long list of participating artists too. Reason enough to go. This will be his second time playing on the island after a surprise appearance at Malanga Cafe last year in march.

Keep an eye on their Facebook page for more updates.