Amaral, Coque Malla and 091 to premiere the concerts in La Hoya this summer

La Voz 07:00 • Jun 30 2020 The renovated La Hoya de Almería area, guarded by the Alcazaba and Cerro San Cristóbal, will become a scenic space this summer. A place for concerts that will host the main events of Cooltural Go !, the adaptation of Cooltural Fest that will not be able to celebrate its third edition on the planned stages (Fairground, Palm Grove and Promenade) due to the security measures dictated by the ‘new This was announced yesterday by Ramón Fernández-Pacheco, mayor of Almería, who also announced some of the names that will go through the city from July to mid-September. “There will be more than 40 dates adding all the Cooltural Go! Initiatives, which is the adaptation that we said we were going to make of Cooltural Fest, and also the artists that we are going to bring during our cultural summer. Because if ‘Almería Is Culture’, as our motto says, it will also be in these months even though circumstances force us to do things differently, ”he said. As LA VOZ announced last Wednesday, La Hoya is confirmed as a new space scenic. “It already has the approval of the Urban Planning Area, the CSIC and the Andalusian Government and will allow us to rediscover a magical enclave for a city like ours,” said the mayor, accompanied by the councilor for the Area of ​​Culture and Education, Diego Cruz. .Presentation, yesterday, of the cycle of concerts of Cooltural Go!. La Voz “We give value to a place that was once gloomy, gloomy and little traveled, making it a new space for the people of Almería and that, given its characteristics, will help us to fulfill the security measures for live shows, “remarked. Cultural Go! Up to 25 days of activities will take place this summer under the signature of Cooltural Fest, adapted with the joint work, once again, of the Almería City Council and its Culture Area and Crash Music. “Cooltural Go! It will take place from July 17 to September 13 with about 25 events that will take place in different stages of the capital, such as the Gastromusical Route, or the most outstanding concerts of the cycle, in the Plaza Vieja and in the scenic space of La Hoya ” The first mayor said, among the names to come are those of Miss Caffeina (which will open the cycle on July 17, Plaza Vieja), Amaral (September 12, La Hoya), Viva Sweden (August 30, La Hoya ), Coque Malla (August 22, La Hoya), 091 (August 20, La Hoya), Carlos Sadness (July 30, Plaza Vieja), Carolina Durante (August 15, La Hoya), El Kanka (August 21 , La Hoya), Rayden (August 13, Plaza Vieja), Antílopez (August 9, Plaza Vieja) or Guitarricadelafuente (September 11, La Hoya), among others. The concerts will take place in a “more intimate, inclusive and close” format with a “very limited capacity” and the regulations in force for the date will be carefully followed. On the sale of tickets, Diego Ferrón of Crash Music SL, explained that from last night and throughout this Tuesday, June 30, “since the capacity will be reduced, the ‘coolters’ who have their subscription will receive an email through which they can buy the tickets they want as an exclusive gesture for their confidence and support for the festival . It will be on July 1 when they are on sale to the public. ” Preview of the rest of the program In addition to Cooltural Go !, the summer will feature names such as Ara Malikian, the Ciudad de Almería Orchestra, Los Morancos, Carlos Latre, Pablo López, Antonio José, Mikel Erentxun, Revólver, Miguel Poveda, Dorantes or José Mercé . “A list that will grow when we present the full calendar,” said the mayor. In addition, the Municipal Band will be reunited with its public in July with concerts in the Plaza Vieja and in the Nicolás Salmerón Park, Amphitheater, Cruz de Caravaca, La Cañada, Costacabana or the Torrecárdenas area. “We want to help return employment to a sector especially punished by the stoppage. Live music activates employment in companies that set up stages, install sound and lighting, monitor … and all those companies have been closed for more than three months. ”