La Cartuja Olympic Stadium in Seville was dressed up for the final of the Copa del Rey soccer match, played between Athletic Club de Bilbao and Real Club Deportivo Mallorca. The Basque team ended a long wait of 40 years by being crowned champion, defeating Mallorca in an exciting penalty shootout.

 

The matchup was a true battle of endurance and tactics, with both teams showing formidable performance during regulation time and overtime. Dani Rodríguez was the first to score, giving Mallorca the advantage, but Oihan Sancet responded with the tying goal for Athletic, taking the match to overtime where neither team was able to break the tie. The match, which lasted beyond the 120 regulation minutes, concluded with a 4-2 result on penalties, securing the twenty-fourth Copa del Rey for the Basque team.

Furthermore, before the start of the match, music became the protagonist thanks to several performances by national artists that enlivened the wait for the audience. Omar Montes was one of the main attractions of the day, offering a special performance interpreting a Sevillana, in honor of the upcoming April Fair. Accompanied by a group of women dressed as Sevillanas, his presentation left no one indifferent, given the peculiar version of the traditional flamenco style. Along with Omar Montes, other artists also livened up the atmosphere before the game. El Arrebato, Sevillian singer-songwriter and author of the Sevilla FC anthem, opened the series of performances. The event also featured the participation of DJ Romey and Luc Loren, who offered a vibrant set, concluding with a show that mixed traditional mariachi sounds with sevillana rhythms.

The Copa del Rey final was not only a showcase for Spanish football, but also a platform for artists of different genres to show their talent, leaving a musical mark on one of the most anticipated events on the national sports calendar. Thanks to Royal Spanish Football Federation, producer of the event, Fluge Audiovisuales was in charge of supplying the perimeter sound equipment and spectacular lighting of the stadium and the musical performances. Below, we break down the most notable equipment:

SOUND – P.A. SYSTEM

42 MEYERSOUND PANTHER-L

14 MEYERSOUND PANTHER-W

14 MEYERSOUND 1100-LFC

SOUND – FOH CONTROL

1 DIGICO QUANTUM 338

SOUND – CONTROL MONITORS

1 DIGICO SD10

SOUND – MONITORS

2 MEYERSOUND USW-1P

6 MEYERSOUND MJF-210

SOUND – R.F. MONITORS

8 SHURE PSM1000 P10T K10E

16 SHURE PSM1000 P10R+ K10E

LIGHTNING

16 GLP – IMPRESSION X4 BAR 20

32 CLAY PAKY A.LEDA B-EYE K10

64 AYRTON EURUS-S SPOT LED PROFILE

64 CAMEO ZENIT W600 

4 ROBERT JULIAT ARAMIS 2500

LIGHTING – CONTROL AND REGULATION

1 GRAND MA2 COMMANDWING