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Classical, flamenco and rock music form part of the 60th Nerja Caves Festival

Dancer Rocio Molina will be performing inside the cave.
Dancer Rocio Molina will be performing inside the cave. / SUR
  • Highlights include Queen tribute band, God Save the Queen and award-winning dancer, Rocío Molina, who will be performing inside the cave itself

The 60th International Nerja Caves Festival of Music and Dance is running until 3 August with a programme of classical, flamenco and rock music on offer in the cave itself and in the gardens of the venue.

Award-winning dancer, Rocío Molina, who was born in Torre del Mar (1984); and Concerto Málaga, who were nominated for a Latin Grammy for their 2018 album, will be performing inside the cave itself on 26 and 27 July respectively, while all other performances will take place in the gardens.

Highlights include Queen tribute band, God Save the Queen, who will be performing the legendary band's greatest hits on Friday 19 July.