A total of 109,178 people attended the Bilbao festival. The busiest day at Kobetamendi was Friday, with 39,476 guests.
Almost 110,000 people rocked to the sounds of Bilbao BBK Live this year, in an edition (the seventh) which broke all previous records. This year, a total of 109,178 passed through the gates at Kobetamendi.
The busiest day was Friday, the second day of the BBK Live Festival, at which 39,476 spectators were present on the night that Radiohead performed. Other notable gigs included Mumford & Sons, Four Tet, The Kooks, Vetusta Morla, We Are Augustines, Awolnation, Etienne de Crecy and local Basque group Zea Mays.
36.842 people attended Kobetamendi on Thursday, opening day of the festival, where they enjoyed live concerts from The Cure, Snow Patrol, Bloc Party, The Maccabees, Pat Mahoney, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and James Murphy, among others.
On Saturday, the third and final day of the gig, 32.860 were present to witness performances by Gargabe, Keane, Sum 41, Glasvegas, Eli PaperboyReed or The View, to name but a few.
The organisation behind BBK Live wished to highlight that the three days of this year's Festival passed without any serious incidents being reported.