YOU can play any type of music at the Fuengirola feria… as long as it is Spanish and free of Latin rhythms, stall holders have been told.
Organisers of the week-long event, which started yesterday, have issued a series of rules stating what vendors can and cannot do while working at the feria, and the type of music they are permitted to play.
In a bizarre twist, they have outlawed the broadcasting of a range of genres, and will only permit Spanish language tracks.
The ruling said: “’As regards the background music, all kinds of music shall be permitted as long as the songs are performed in Spanish.
“Under no circumstance will background music be allowed if it comes from the following genres: Funk, Rap, Reggeton, Electronic, Metal, Alternative, Hip Hop, Reggae, Heavy Metal, Country, Punk, Goth, or Latin Rhythms in general”
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