| Starting next Wednesday and until Friday, the Murcia Parque will host the concerts that will be held under strict security measures and with a maximum capacity of 100 people | A total of 12 groups will compete in the semifinals of the CreaMurcia Pop Rock Contest, which will take place from next Wednesday, September 16 to Friday, September 18.The concerts will be held in the Murcia Parque auditorium, at 8 pm, and the maximum capacity allowed for each concert is 100 people.
The Department of Sustainable Mobility and Youth has rigorously adopted all socio-sanitary measures, according to the norms and recommendations of the health authorities for this type of event.Thus, a wide deployment of technical and human resources has been carried out to guarantee the safety of both the participating groups and those attending the concerts.Each group will act for 30 minutes, with a break of 30 minutes between group and group to proceed with the cleaning and disinfection of the technical materials, stages and chairs that are vacated.On Wednesday September 16 Austin Slack, Cofrades a la Calle, Farfett and Jello Mello will perform; on Thursday September 17 it will be the turn of Old Coin, Shaman Shaman, Ruto Neón and Pleyel; and on Friday the semifinals will end with Aló Presidente, Planeta Tortuga, Boria and Cooper Age.43 groups presentedAt this Pop Rock call, 43 groups appeared that were able to record demos in a specialized studio.
During the summer, some 200 young people visited Mr.
Guindilla Record's studio to record, mix and master the songs they presented to the competition, with strict and rigorous social and health measures.The jury (chaired by Councilor Rebeca Pérez and made up of Ángel Hernández Sopena, Juan Antonio Fructuoso Ros, Alberto Belando López, Rocío Ramos Meseguer and Juan Albaladejo García, as secretary) selected these 12 groups that will compete for the pass to the final that It will take place at the Murcia Parque venue on October 2.These three groups will act to contest the prizes established in the announcement regulations: the first prize endowed with 2,000 euros, the second with 1,000 and the third with 500.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Murcia