On Saturday, 7th July, there will be a great festival of electronic music on the Romana Beach with the Baccanali logo and free entrance
On 8th June, Alcala-Alcossebre Council announced the third Alcossebre Hello Summer electronic festival which in 2018 will be held on Saturday, 7th July, from 8pm to 4am, completely free and without booking. This year it will be given by Baccanali Ibiza which will ensure a special spectacle at an international level of electronic and house music. In addition to the great light and sound structure, there will be decoration, visual spectacle, invader robot, fire and performance machines. Disc-jockeys Vicente Ferrer and Fabrizio Czubara and special invitee, Brian Van Andel, famed both nationally and internationally, will provide their unmistakable seal for the best Ibizan fiestas. The show will begin with six local disc-jockeys: Dj Mundo, Dj Tavarit, Dj Jonhny AM, Dj Victor Vbm, Dj Jaay Bort and Dj Asier PM.
Fiestas councillor, Susan Guillamón pointed out that “each year, we have had a great success and we think this is a fiesta we must continue for the young audience”. She insisted that “it is a unique show in privileged surroundings and, therefore, we insist that those present respect this, as, on behalf of the Council, shortly after the end of the fiesta, we shall take every measure to prepare the beach so that it is completely ready to be used again”. Guillamón also thanked the Fadrines de Santa Teresa 2018 for their cooperation in running the bar, which will mean that they raise funds for the celebrations they are organising for next October.
The Castellón Diputación and Alcala-Alcossebre Council have signed a collaboration agreement for the Alcossebre Hello Summer, as the Castellon Diputación values the festival’s tourist projection and is being held in such a unique environment as the Alcossebre Romana Beach. The agreement is for the sum of 6,000 euros, and is a grant for the 2018 Alcossebre Hello Summer festival to be held on 7th July.
The Diputación values the growth and projection of this festival which “is an event planned above all for young people and which, last year attracted numerous disc-jockeys, offering a great show of lights and sound”. It was also pointed out that “it is held in the privileged site of the Romana Beach and that “entrance is free and the festival is a driving force for tourism in the area, becoming a very important tourist and cultural event in the town”.
Mayor Francisco Juan indicated that “with this grant, set out in the agreement signed between the Council and Diputación, we are receiving direct assistance from the Diputación which is supporting us in all the initiatives which have a positive repercussion for our town”. Juan said that “Alcala-Alcossebre will receive 250,000 euros via the Plan 135 for works and improvements, plus other assistance, via agreements and participation in the Diputación’s promoted programmes of events, demonstrating that it is a body which puts itself closer to towns and their needs”.