Elephants, Raimundo Amador and Juan Perro star in the Cartagena Christmas Fort Concerts


The transfer is made in the tourist boat on a journey departing from the port

The ninth edition of the Christmas Fort Concerts, an event hosted by Cartagena Puerto de Culturas, returns this year with concerts by artists such as Elefantes, Raimundo Amador and Juan Perro, municipal sources said in a statement.

The Alderman for Tourism, Cristina Pérez, presented the event this Thursday with Ana Torrente, representative of the Port Authority; Laura Moreno, of the Casa Tomás Group, and Encarna Zamora, of Cartagena Puerto de Culturas.

Pérez emphasized the “intimate and exclusive atmosphere” enjoyed during the concerts in the fortress, “where the history, the architecture, the view of the sea and the city lit up at night, along with the music that has given us all our lives accompanied, make it a special, magical and unique evening».

In addition, the transfer to the Christmas fortress is made on the tourist boat on a trip that departs from the port at 8:30 PM. The concerts start at 10 pm and the cost of tickets, which can be purchased through the page www.cartagenapuertodeculturas.com, is 50 euros.

Elefantes returns to the stage with a brand new show for the band, discussing the most emblematic songs from their more than 25-year career. In the Christmas Fortress, “their love songs” are heard close by, in an intimate and elegant concert, with nude themes, as the title of the tour reveals.

From the fortress of the 19th century, on June 17, acoustic guitars will sound under a small drum kit and the warmth of their voices, to face the songs from their purest essence, reconnecting with their souls and straight to the heart of to shoot the listeners. Because if Elefantes knows anything, it’s emotion and feelings.

Raimundo Amador celebrates its sixtieth birthday at the Christmas Fortress, and more than four decades dedicated to music on Friday, July 1. 60th anniversary. ‘Directo en casa’ is a festive album full of songs that are a mixture of all kinds of roots, deep flamenco with lots of jazz, lots of blues and guitars and rock, the trademark of the house, with the quality, freedom and freshness of the Sevillian genius.

On July 8, the concerts of Fort Santiago Auserón close, which emphasizes the shadow of his ‘alter-ego’ Juan Perro in his songs, creating a stage character that mixes bluesman, sonero and Iberian minstrel. In his solo concerts, accompanied only by his guitar, the figure of Juan Perro is enriched year after year and he sketches a show rich in dimensions and nuances.

Source: La Verdad


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