By Alex Glenn •
Published: 03 Jun 2021 • 14:51
Crazy Urban Festival Comes To Torrevieja Credit: Town Hall
Crazy Urban Festival Comes To Torrevieja.
GET set to be amazed by Torrevieja’s Crazy Urban Festival which will be filled with urban culture, stunning food and music.
Alicante’s Torrevieja is set to host the first edition of the Crazy Urban Festival. The festival which is sure to wow everyone will run from July 31 until August 14. For a period of 14 uninterrupted days outdoor spaces and venues will see activities to “bring the public of all ages live music, sport, gastronomy and street painting in its most current artistic manifestations” according to the town hall.
The new event hopes to become “a benchmark with a multidisciplinary format in line with the needs of reactivating tourism, musical leisure, culture and the need for socialisation that citizens are experiencing at the moment.”
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has hit many events recently and even seen many iconic events cancelled. The Crazy Urban Festival is set to start in a summer that “is moving towards normality, with the progressive lifting of restrictions such as the possible farewell to masks in open-air spaces or the increase in capacity at events.”
The new event was presented on Wednesday by “the councillor for Youth, Domingo Paredes, the head of organisation of the production company Shiroten, José Ten, and the technology platform expert in capacity control and traceability Safety Global, Ricard Sanz.”
The festival is set to start with a stunning opening party which will include DJs. The festival will then move on to urban music throughout the city and even boasts a dedicated week of watersports too.
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Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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