The Community expects the festival to have a positive impact of 3.5 million euros in the municipalities and their surroundings
There are only six days left before the Fan Futura Fest festival returns in large format to San Javier from July 26 to 31. Due to the restrictions, it was held in a smaller way in 2021, but this year with no capacity limitation, organizers hope to get the help of more than 30,000 people.
For six days, in the municipal sports center and on the main stages, the performances of more than 60 outstanding artists from the national and international scene, such as Steve Aoki, Bizarrap, Eladio Carrión, Snow Tha Product, Andrea Oliva, Andrés Campo, among others , Chelina Manhutu, Technasia, Califato or Cruz Cafuné.
Presenting the festival, which has the sustainability certificate, the Minister of the Presidency, Tourism, Culture and Sport, Marcos Ortuño, noted that the Fan Futura Fest is a “new impetus for the tourism sector, an appointment with which we return to to enjoy live music and in a big way».
In addition, Ortuño emphasized “the positive impact it will have on the economy of the municipality and its environment, which is estimated at around 3.5 million euros, which will have a direct impact on its hotels, restaurants and shops”, pointing out that the Fan Futura “contributes to making San Javier ‘more music’ and consolidating its position within culture and live music on the national stage.”
As an example of the economic impact of festival tourism, the councilor recalled that “in 2019, 210,000 tourists visited the Region for this reason, spending more than 24 million euros”, that is 15% of the tourists who arrived.
The concerts, held in the San Javier sports center as the main venue, will be complemented by a series of free performances that will take place on the Barnuevo esplanade, where you can enjoy the music of The Parrots, Belter Souls, Don Fluor, Johnny’s Drama , REM Djs, The Hisunz, Barder, Paranoid 1966, Fat Gordon, Ruto Neón and Second DJ Set. Sports will be added to the musical offer in the same enclave, which will play the leading role during the mornings of Thursday, Friday and Saturday with activities such as beach volleyball, beach football, canoeing or dragon boating.
Source: La Verdad
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