The Gran Canaria band Hall effect will lead the concerts commemorating International Youth Day 2021, on August 12, at the Institution of the Canaries Fair (Infecar). An initiative that will feature a wide cast of island artists and a fresh, dynamic and innovative four-hour festival format. In addition to maintaining strict protection and hygiene measures to guarantee the health safety of attendees, in line with the Safe Culture campaign and the Covid-19 Contagion Prevention Plan promoted by the different administrations.
The formation led by Iván Torres along with Javi Moreno (drums), Arturo Sosa (bass) and Nau Barreto (guitar) returns to Gran Canaria within the framework of the 1Diez Tour, with which they tour the stages of the main Spanish cities to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the release of their first album, entitled Efecto Pasillo. An album prelude to the great success that the group has been reaping in its fourteen years of existence and the recognition and esteem of the public from all corners of the planet, as witnessed by the double platinum record achieved with the single Pan y Butter (2012); platinum records for Irrational Wildlings (2018) and Don’t fall in love (2019); or the gold record already achieved by Similar (2020), in just one year. In addition to staying at the top of the national sales lists and constantly playing on the main radio stations.
The public will be able to interact with the artists through live messages and interviews
The event of Efecto Pasillo in the capital of Gran Canaria also supposes the support of those with healthy leisure habits and gives the opportunity to many other young Canarian artists to show their talent before the public. At the same time, it is an important showcase for the creative fabric and the insular cultural industry and an inspiring recreational-cultural event for the young attendees, who will be able to interact with their idols through interviews and live message exchanges, among other actions. exemplary.
The appointment will have strict health security measures and there will be an exhaustive capacity control
The activity is promoted by the Department of Education and Youth of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, in collaboration with the General Directorate of Youth of the Government of the Canary Islands and the Department of Youth of the City of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The organization of the festival will assign to each of the twenty-one municipalities of the island a specific number of free tickets, distributed according to the population between 14 and 30 years old that each territory has. Those who must request the invitations once the opening of the term is announced in the coming weeks, by filling in an online form through the Youth Councils. Likewise, in a demonstration that the culture is safe, an exhaustive control of the capacity and the restriction of movement will be carried out, with dispensers of hydroalcoholic gel at different points, distance between the localities or the constant disinfection of the entrances, common areas and toilets. , distributed by sectors. In addition to non-contact garbage containers, the use of a mask by festival staff, vigilance to avoid crowds or the organization of entrances and exits in a staggered manner.