The Granca Live Fest summons 30,000 faithful

The Granca Live Fest summons 30,000 faithful

Marc Anthony, in Gran Canaria, in 2015. / Juan Carlos Alonso

Marc Anthony, C. Tangana and Efect Pasillo stand out on the first day that kicks off this Friday after-dinner at the Gran Canaria Stadium

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Latin music in its different forms but with a clear tendency towards dancing and fun is becoming strong
this friday and saturday in the Siete Palmas neighborhood of the capital of Gran Canaria, thanks to the celebration of the
first Granca Live Fest, at the Gran Canaria Stadium.

From after-meal until dawn, this sports venue hosts the
biggest musical event of the year in the islands and without a doubt the one with the greatest impact developed since the covid-19 pandemic was decreed in March of last year.

This Friday

The North American of Puerto Rican origin
Marc Anthony, C. Tangana from Madrid and the band from Gran Canaria Conexión Pasillo are the main attractions of an event that starts at 3:25 p.m. with a performance by the band Ni un pelo de tono.

Pepe Bernabé (4:25 p.m.) working day.

From the organization it was pointed out this Thursday that in the two days it is expected that the
30,000 attendees at the Gran Canaria Stadium. "24% of the public comes from places like Japan, New York, different parts of Spain and many others in Europe that will have a stay longer than the two days in which the festival takes place," said those responsible for the event in a statement. .

Tickets left

There are still tickets on sale for each day and also the subscription for both days, confirm those responsible for a festival that offers more than 20 hours of live Latin music.

They can be purchased at and, at El Corte Inglés and at Post Offices throughout the Canary Islands.

saturday poster

On Saturday, the proposal of this festival begins with the performance of Uña y carne, starting at 3:30 p.m. They are followed by those of Mel Ömana (4:45 p.m.), Rayden (6:15 p.m.), Camilo (7:30 p.m.), Residente (9:30 p.m.), Dani Martín (11:00 p.m.) and God Save The Queen (12:45 a.m.).

The Granca Live Fest recommends that attendees travel to the Gran Canaria Stadium by public transport, both to avoid traffic jams and as a measure within those implemented by this festival to respect the environment.

"The entrance to the enclosure will be made
in an orderly and controlled manner through the doors indicated on the tickets purchased for the concert, whose access will be signposted, as well as the seats, the service and bathroom areas, the evacuation points and also the leisure, recreation and restoration areas, as well as for people with reduced mobility”, he advanced.

"Since the concerts will start at 3:00 p.m., users are also recommended to bring items and
clothing that can protect from the sun»The organization also explained.

The festival takes over more than 65,000 square meters of the stadium for its celebration.

Preparations for this Thursday at the Gran Canaria Stadium. / Juan Carlos Alonso

A great stage and rest and gastronomic areas

In addition to the large stage, 21x18 meters with sides of 18x18 meters, a children's area has also been set up that will have simulators, a Cosplay area, bouncy castles and endless activities for the youngest.

The attending public will also be able to enjoy a gastronomic area, in which there will be 'food trucks' with vegetarian, gluten-free food and food from various parts of the world; as well as several rest areas and an eco-market. 42 spaces have also been enabled for artists and their teams, a platinum zone, and another premium, whose access will be through gates 1 and 5 of the Stadium. In this area, 70% of the furniture used is recycled and actions are reduced to limit the carbon footprint during the festival, explain those responsible.

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