Haven't heard of Jorge Drexler, José González, Erlend Øye, Pompeya or Raydibaum? This is your chance to get to know this potpourri of musicians and singers during the second edition of Bona Nit Barcelona, an eco-friendly music festival that last year managed to fill a gap in the already packed Barcelona summer music festival programme. If you do know the artists on the bill, you likely already have your tickets and ready to go. Uruguayan Jorge Drexler (11.45pm) will present his vibrant new work 'Bailar en la Cueva' (2014); Swedish singer-songwriter and guitarist José González (10.30pm) is back, this time without promoting a new album and without Tobias Winterkorn, his partner in Junip, but with some solo work in the wake of his success with the soundtrack to 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty'. Erlend Øye (9.30pm) also takes to the stage without his band, the Kings of Convenience, to present his upcoming solo effort. Pompeya (8.30pm) bring a fresh note from Russia, with tropical rhythms that'll make you dance with a sound reminiscent of Cut Copy or Holy Ghost!. Raydibaum (7.30pm) are in charge of kicking things off with 'Estructures sota terra', the fifth album from this Catalan band celebrating 10 years together that promises to be a top-notch celebration.