Beer, gastronomy and urban music were the ingredients that  made up the Mahou Urban Food Festival (M.U.F.F.) to set  Madrid to dance for a weekend. The capital was flooded with the sounds of the trap and Latin rhythms offered by the brewery that, in addition to music, offered a multitude of culinary varieties and workshops with its festive proposal.

The M.U.F.F., which was held at the Madrid Railroad Museum from October 4th to 6th, had four days of experiences where taste, music and urban art met from early morning until nightfall. The meeting featured a poster of about twenty artists where Kandy Cain or Bejo Rags stood out. In addition, the most indie and electronic trends also had a place with the band Volver or Say DJ, among many others.

But not only music was the protagonist, since the festival presented, in addition to the aforementioned gastronomic offer, all kinds of activities focused on most brewers, such as workshops or beer tastings. There were also piercing and tattoo workshops along with an immersive virtual reality experience.

Fluge Audiovisuales, as Mahou-San Miguel’s national exclusive audiovisual provider, provided the sound, lighting, video and audiovisual technical staff of the festival. Specifically, Adamson brand sound equipment (models S-10 and E-218), d&b (model E8) and L’Acoustic (model 112-P) were supplied. For the lighting section, the Alpha Beam and A.leda B-EYE K10 Claypaky models were provided together with a Grand MA2 Command Wing controller and, as regards to video, a 6X4 meter and 5 LED display was provided , 2 pitch controlled by a Novastar M3 MCTRL660.