The 2004 Festival marked the start of the expansion which would see Territorios reaching its maximum size the following year, both in terms of the number of concerts programmed and in terms of the quality of the artists. The number of performers doubled and there were two weeks of concerts instead of four days in previous years; the Festival lasted from 24 May to 6 June and attracted some 70,000 people. The Monteria Courtyard in the Alcázar Palace was used for concerts with a religious theme, including the performance by the Banda Iónica de Roi Paci which updated the traditional music of Seville’s Holy Week and Sicilian burials. The Central Theatre hosted the most avant garde performances, such as that by Matthew Herbert and the North American Matmos, whose concert went much further than being a concert to become a powerful creative event. The Concert Hall was used for the most popular concerts, including the “Territorios Urbanos” event on 28 May with Ojos de Brujo, El Bicho, Sidi Samb ...