15 Sep, 2020 @ 10:35
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Live music returns to Spain’s Torremolinos under strict new rules


FANS of live music will rejoice as live concerts are returning to the Costa del Sol this month.

The local council of Torremolinos has announced September’s schedule of concerts taking place at the Recinto Ferial.

A series of performances will take place under the banner of Tenemos Talento (Artes Escenicas) which aims to showcase local musical talent.

Councillor of Culture for Torremolinos, David Tejeiro, explained the opening of live music events will be strictly monitored to ensure the safety of the audience and performers.

“We have moved venues to the Caseta de Asociaciones on the Recinto Ferial in order to properly monitor social distancing and control capacity of the venue,” said Tejeiro.

The events will also be ‘by invitation only’ and anyone wanting to a ticket will have to register online providing details and a specific day they wish to attend.

“A minimum of two tickets and a maximum of four may be requested until Wednesday before each concert, since the public will be divided into pre-assigned tables, maintaining safety distances and avoiding movement inside the booth,” Tejeiro continued.

The concerts will take place this Friday and Saturday (18 and 19) and the same the following weekend (25 and 26).

September 18 will see Doble Juego and Estrella Negra perform before No Hay Tegua and La Cara B take to the stage on the Saturday.

Next week, Meskalina and Chico Quebranto will perform on Friday and Suzette Y Mas and Carlos Bravo will close the festival on the 26. 

“With this project we hope to offer a viable solution in accordance with the regulations so that the public can have fun without courting any risk,” added Tejeiro. 

James Warren

"James spent three years spent working as a junior writer at various English language newspapers in Spain before finding a home at the Olive Press. He previously worked for many years as a bid writer for an international motorsports company. Based in Cordoba since 2014, James covers the southern Subbetica region, northern and inland Malaga and the Axarquia area. Get in touch at [email protected] with news or trustworthy tips that you would like him to cover in these areas"

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