Low Festival is ready for a record edition with up to 75,000 attendees
* Passes have already 'sold out'
* The day before the festival there is a concert at Levante beach with the performance of Black Lips
* More than 1,000 people work in the before, during and after the festival
The Low Festival is ready for a record edition, in which it is expected to reach 75,000 attendees. First of all, the festival has already reached the 'sold out' in tickets for three days and in the VIP and VIP POOL, and soon it will happen the same with the day tickets for Saturday, as confirmed by the organization during the visit to the premises that the mayor, Toni Pérez; the Events councilman José Ramón González de Zárate; and representatives of various groups of the corporation have made this morning.
The mayor was convinced that this new edition "will be an absolute a success," of audience, organizational and musically, thanks to a poster with more than 70 names, among them Suede, Belle and Sebastian, Hot Chip, The Planets, Black Lips, Love of Lesbian, Vetusta Morla, Peaches, The Kooks and 091.
Pérez highlighted the fact that this year the festival will add an extra day because of the previous party scheduled for tomorrow to be attended, among others, by Black Lips, one of the headliners. Pérez indicated that this previous party contributes to many attendees "lengthen their stay in the city, anticipating it one day" to the regular schedule; something that has been proposed by Visit Benidorm Foundation, which will result in consumer spending and accomodation and what will deepen in future editions.
In this pre-opening doors, which it will take place from 20.00 in Levante and in which collaborates Ociobal, the 'lowers' can collect their bracelets, which would facilitate their entry into the venue on Friday when the festival begins.
Apart from the impact on consumption and accomodation, the mayor also explained the labor impact of Low, since in the assembly, development and dismantling of the festival "will work more than 1,000 people, from Benidorm and the region". He also stressed that "the firm commitment of the festival for sustainability is consolidated", and added that it is "a seal that comes to Benidorm phenomenally" also treasuring "the most sustainable urban model" will "also coining sustainability in all actions that are made. "
Regarding infrastructure, José Piñeiro, one of the promoters of Low, reported that "scenario one is bigger" than in previous years and we "have improved lighting and sound". Piñeiro said that "very few" festivals " have the level of production and facilities", so technically improving this festival will be "very difficult".
Access and communications with the festival
Opening doors will be this Friday, July 29, at 18.00. The mayor and the promoter insisted that access to the site will be "much more fluid and comfortable" than in previous years, since it will have a wider space to enter the premises as a result of the implementation Foietes Park.
With regard to transport and connections, the councilman for Events explained that events there will be a parking space in the area of the industrial estate, from where people can walk to the site. In addition, taxi and bus stops in Goya and Foietes streets will be available; and both urban bus lines that connect with Guillermo Amor Sports City and the TRAM will work during all night.