'Benidorm Summer Nights' music returns with health safe guides

June 22, 2020
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Benidorm will resume musical and leisure activities with the 'Benidorm Summer Nights' outdoor performances during the months of July and August, which will take place in the Julio Iglesias auditorium in Parque de l'Aigüera with a capacity from 400 people to a maximum of 800, according to the Councilor for Events and Festivals, Jesús Carrobles, and Jose Piñero of Baltimore Productions.

Both have confirmed that in July there will be six scheduled performances: El Kanka (4th July), M-Clan (9th July, Carlos Sadness (18th July), Ara Malikian (23rd July), Martita de Graná (24th July) and Coke Mesh (25th July).

The mayor has stressed that "festivals and musical events are, without a doubt, one of the hallmarks of the Benidorm tourist offer, and for this reason it was important to maintain that offer, although adapting it to new circumstances, with all the guarantees of security and with smaller formats in public, but not in quality ”.

Carrobles has indicated that "when planning the venue we have observed all the health prevention guidelines to guarantee the safety of the public, workers and artists, without sacrificing quality and comfort, thus ensuring great nights of music and humor."

As detailed by the mayor, "among the measures provided is the control of gauging and taking temperature attendees before accessing the site. Once inside, the box area will be limited with spaces for 4 or 6 people, while the seats for attendees will respected the safety distances. In addition, to minimise the movement of the public, there will be no bar service instead a staff of waiters will attend the attendees, who can make their orders through an 'app'. Inside the venue there will be a hydrogel and at the beginning and at the end of each performance the area will be disinfected ”.

The head of Events and Festivals has indicated that “this 'Benidorm Summer Nights' reaffirms the commitment and trust of Producciones Baltimore in the city, since despite the suspension of the 2020 edition of the Low Festival they wanted to be in Benidorm this summer. "