Almost 5,000 affected particular by the suspension this summer of the concert of the French DJ David Guetta in Santander have claimed a total of 491,810 euros in expenses.
Thus, at least it appears in the provisional list sent to those affected by the administrator of the bankruptcy contest Delfuego Booking, one of the companies that made up the UTE La Campa, organizer of the failed event, scheduled for July 28.
According to this list, of 144 pages, to which Europa Press has had access, those affected ask for amounts of very different amount, as some are for small amounts, as 30 or 40 euros, while others rise to more than a thousand euros -some of the amounts are 1,170, 1,350, 1,506 or 1,764-, even above 2,000.
On October 27, the deadline for communicating the credits after the bankruptcy of the Delfuego Booking S.L. company was announced, but sources of the insolvency administration have indicated to this agency that they are still receiving documentation from both individuals and creditor companies.
In this way, the final data of the amounts that both the concert attendees and the companies to which the UTE did not pay their services after the failed show of David Guetta will not be known "until a few days", when the administrator bankruptcy Prepare the final report.
Delfuego Booking, which is the concessionaire of Santander Scenario, presented a voluntary creditors' meeting last September, two months after the David Guetta concert was suspended in La Campa de La Magdalena that this company organized with another, with which integrated the UTE La Campa.
This concert was suspended due to the failure of David Guetta, who alleged that a fault on the plane that was to move him from Moscow, where he had acted, prevented him from reaching the Santander concert.