Arts d’Estiu Closes With 92% Occupancy

Arts d’Estiu Closes With 92% Occupancy

Arts d’Estiu closes with 92% occupancy.The Pineda de Mar festival has had 14,000 attendees in its tenth edition.

The Arts d’Estiu festival in Pineda de Mar (Barcelona) closed its tenth edition this weekend with 14,000 attendees and 92% occupancy, after bringing together artists such as Estopa, Amaral, Sergio Dalma, from August 3 to 14, Ara Malikian, Goat Soup or Els Amics de les Arts.

As the organization has reported, the general trend has been that of sold-out concerts , such as the return to the stage of the Muñoz brothers, one of the most anticipated events of the summer.

Names such as God Save The Queen, Miguel Poveda, Manel, Belén Aguilera and Dani Fernández, Rita Payés and Judit Neddermann and Stay Homas have completed the festival poster, whose main stage has been located on the beach of the municipality, with a total of eleven performances.

The organization has valued this edition as a success and has asserted that the festival’s occupancy figures are “really encouraging considering the difficult times that we have had to live especially for culture and live music”.

In addition, he highlighted the good reception of the Village Arts d’Estiu , with exclusive entrance, musical programming, food stalls and stalls.The good performance of equities this summer has pushed the EuroStoxx, the German Dax and the French Cac to all-time highs .

In the case of the Ibex, on the contrary, the constant characteristic of the entire current crisis is maintained and it persists in its lag. Specifically, the Spanish selective (including dividends) is still at 7% of the levels that would mark a new record . Analysts still see it feasible to reach them, but it is advisable to remain prudent.

The tension in Afghanistan and the advance of the delta variant of the virus already caused a drop of 0.81% yesterday. In addition, even if these factors are overcome, the real litmus test will come from the US, when the Fed reveals to what extent it will reduce its monetary stimulus.

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