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The cabaret festival returns to Almeria in Spain


The cabaret festival returns to Almeria in Spain Credit: Town Hall

The Cabaret Festival returns to Almeria in Spain with a breathtaking program that will take place over five nights.

The Almeria Cabaret Festival will be held at the Recinto de Conciertos del Ferial and will present a superb selection of artists over five nights. The event will take place from Wednesday July 14 to Sunday July 18.

The artists present at the festival are El Barrio, God Save The Queen, Aitana, Carlos Rivera and Ara Malikian. The performances will start at 10 p.m. at the Recinto de Conciertos del Ferial each evening. The festival is made up of artists who are part of a traveling festival that was launched in May in Madrid, Spain.

“With Cabaret Festival we are adding more options to an impressive array of musical entertainment for the months to come, turning this summer’s agenda in Almeria into another powerful attraction for our city, both for the locals of Almeria and for those who decide to come and visit us, ”said the councilor for culture and education of the town hall of Almería, Diego Cruz.

This is the second year that the festival will take place and it is nationally recognized. The festival is known to include extremely admired and relevant artists. The festival will visit different cities across Spain which makes it truly unique.

The event offers a small audience the chance to see their favorite artists in an exclusive and intimate space. The event has been adapted to comply with coronavirus prevention measures and all health and safety guidelines will be followed. The Red Cross is also collaborating in the event.

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Alex Glenn is a reporter for Spain’s largest English-language newspaper, Euro Weekly News. Previously, she worked in the NHS for 15 years until moving to Spain in 2018. She enjoys the Spanish way of life, language and culture and spent several years learning Spanish before moving to Spain for a better quality of life. She has made her home in the mountains of Almeria, where she enjoys being part of a rural community made up of expatriates and Spanish residents. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, reading and exploring the area where she lives.


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