Published On: May 3 , 2021Categories: Shows

Stay Homas will make you feel at home, at the Valencia Conference Centre

The band swaps the rooftop terrace of its apartment block for Auditorium

They will be performing on 8 May amidst strict safety measures

A year ago, people experienced moments they will never forget. Everything was seen from a different perspective, especially from the balconies and roof terraces of people’s homes. These spaces gave them a glimpse of reality. A new reality that inspired three flat-sharing musicians in Barcelona who, in just twelve months, have established themselves as a national and international phenomenon, with their first album, ‘Agua’ reaching the list of the top ten best-selling albums in Spain in 2020. In just one year, they have built up more than 400,000 followers on Instagram, 93,000 subscribers and fourteen million plays on YouTube, and more than a million on Spotify.

And now Stay Homas is coming to the Valencia Conference Centre! A year after launching their first video on social networks, which went viral in just a few hours, the three musicians are celebrating their first anniversary on an international tour that is scheduled to take them to Spain, the UK, Italy, France, Belgium and Latin America, including two big shows in our building. Around two thousand fans will be waiting for them in Auditorium 1 to enjoy their favourite songs, but this time in a big venue.    

The group will be performing with a guitar and several everyday household objects, such as a bucket and the lids of the frying pans from their house, in what the band calls “optimism in the face of adversity and a lot of talent.” This is the perfect formula for an event that will be held with strict safety measures. These concerts come on the heels of the five concerts successfully staged by Pablo López and add to the upcoming large-scale events that will soon be taking place in our building. May has arrived with a vengeance!

Would you like to attend the Stay Homas shows in person? Get your ticket here