Are You Overwhelmed By Monotony?
Do you need to get out of the routine but without spending a lot? Do you want to expand your circle of friends? Do you want to have a new love? If the answer to most of the questions has been “Yes”, you most likely have a high need for social life that you can get at a Festival.
In a festival, you elude reality for a long time, and you will perceive unequaled sensations. One of the highest Latino events held in Europe is the Tempo Latino Festival in France, which hosts 7 000 people a day for a weekend.
Now that you already know the number of people with whom you can interact at a festival, I present you the seven signs to be conscious of how to recognize if you should attend one:
- You find it difficult to establish social relationships, or you don’t have time to share with your friends.
- You need to save as much as you can. It is due to the uncertainty that prevails in these times of the fluctuating economy. (Some scientific studies certify that it is better to invest money in experiences than in material objects).
- If your memories are about your family and student trips.
- You want to have a different weekend outside the daily routine or new love.
- You are interested in shows and attractions that make you live an experience to the fullest and have a feeling of exceptional freedom.
- You long to meet people with the same musical style.
- You want to show your best, most comfortable, or crazy outfits.
The first festivals have provenance in Egypt (4500 B.C), followed by Greece and Rome. Subsequently, the first festival as we know them today took place in Dublin (Ireland) in 1897 after the middle ages. In the twentieth century began its greatest apogee with the most famous and long-lived events of this kind: Isle of Wight in England (1968), Woodstock in the United States (1969), and Viña del Mar in Chile since 1960.
Since then, the number of followers has increased in these festivities of several days that favor social life and that gives them skills such as adaptability, sociability, generous and joyful thinking, in addition to the remembrance that happens to occupy a fundamental place in this list.
If you are interested in experiencing this lifestyle and exercising a new way of empathizing with people with the same musical style and interests, here are two recommendations for upcoming Latin festivals to be held in Spain this fall 2021.
FESTIVALS IN SPAIN
Guaguancó Festival World-Madrid
Ten years have marked the Guaguancó festival, which for the first time makes its stop in Madrid. This year it will have a lineup of high-level artists, workshops, events, Cuban music concerts, and activities.
The El Escorial resort campsite will be the place to celebrate this Afro-Caribbean weekend party.
El Escorial is a complex with large outdoor spaces for holding shows, concerts, and some workshops. Its covered spaces have more than 400 square meters, and all this under strict cleaning and disinfection protocols.
Date: Thursday, September 9th – Sunday, September 12th
Venue: Escorial Resort Natura. Carretera M-600, Km 3,5, 28280 El Escorial, Madrid, Spain
Barcelona Temptation Festival 2021
This festival in the fourth edition will immerse you in the Latin rhythms of Bachata, Kizomba, and Urbankiz for a week. More than 11 artists on stage, workshops, social dances in the pool area and gardens with excellent DJs as well as grandiose masterclasses will be the programming of the Barcelona Temptation Festival 2021 from September 14th to Monday 20th at the Evenia Olympic Park hotel located in Gerona (Spain).
Venue: Evenia Olympic Park hotel. Building Park Carrer Sra. Del Rossell, S / N, 17310 Lloret de Mar, Gerona, Spain
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