The Feslloc Cultural Association, comprised of the Benlloc City Council and Valencian School, organizes the Feslloc! music festival in Valencian. The festival originated in 2007 in Benlloc (La Plana Alta) and has been tagged by the Feslloc Association ever since.
Feslloc!'s primary goal is to promote music created by solo artists and groups who use the Valencian language in their compositions. The festival will have live performances for three days. The City Council has authorized specific spaces for these performances, which include an auditorium and a soccer field. Feslloc! is a self-financed, non-profit festival that generates revenue by selling tickets and food and drink vouchers. Various public administrations have subsidized the festival in recent years to promote tourism in the municipality and the Valencian region.
The Feslloc! festival has a camping area that is available for four days. Access to the camping area is accessible for festival-goers who have the accreditation wristband. Additionally, the festival has designated parking areas for vehicles to make it easier for attendees to arrive and move around. The festival offers more than just concerts. You can also participate in various engaging and informative activities, such as sports, talks, book presentations, and documentary screenings.
The Feslloc! is more than just a music festival. It's a gathering for individuals of various ages, particularly from the Valencian regions, to unite, coexist, and exchange feelings and past happenings related to respect, politeness, and passion for music and language.