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Unicaja Banco reaffirms one more year its support to Marenostrum Fuengirola music festival

Unicaja Banco has renewed one more year its support to the music festival Marenostrum Fuengirola, organized by the town hall and celebrating its fifth edition in 2020.

16 OCT 2019

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This year edition of Marenostrum Fuengirola has reached more than 125,000 attendants to the concerts of top artists like Jennifer López, Bob Dylan, Manuel Carrasco, Rod Stewart, Leiva or Izal.

 

The support by Unicaja Banco to the promotion of culture and music is also reflected in other initiatives where the bank collaborates, such as the sponsorship of the Sonorama-Ribera 2019 festival in Aranda de Duero (Burgos), Malaga Spanish Cinema Festival and Valladolid International Cinema Festival (Seminci).

 

Unicaja Banco has renewed one more year its support to the music festival Marenostrum Fuengirola, organized by the city town hall and celebrating its fifth edition in 2020.

 

The sponsorship reflects Unicaja Banco’s interest in strengthening its support to the productive fabric and to the sectors driving the economic development and job creation, both in Andalusia in general and in the province of Malaga in particular. It also reflects the bank’s support to the promotion of culture and music.

 

The agreement has been signed by Unicaja Banco’s Head of Institutional Relations and Relations with Stakeholders, Fernando Ríos, and by Fuengirola Mayor, Ana Mula.

 

This year edition of Marenostrum Fuengirola has reached more than 125,000 attendants to the concerts of top artists like Jennifer López, Bob Dylan, Manuel Carrasco, Rod Stewart, Leiva or Izal.

 

The support by Unicaja Banco to the promotion of culture and music is also reflected in other initiatives where the bank collaborates, such as the sponsorship of the Sonorama-Ribera 2019 festival in Aranda de Duero (Burgos), Malaga Spanish Cinema Festival and Valladolid International Cinema Festival (Seminci).

 

Marenostrum Fuengirola

 

Marenostrum Fuengirola is Fuengirola’s town hall main music event, with an outstanding cast of artists. In its fourth edition, held in 2019, the event had the performance of national and international artists such as Jennifer López, Bob Dylan, Manuel Carrasco, Rod Stewart, Leiva, Izal, Aitana, Coti and Efecto Mariposa, Carl Cox and Danza Invisible, among others.

 

More than 125,000 people have attended this year edition, twice the figure of the previous year, what consolidates Marenostrum Fuengirola as one of the main music events of the summer.

 

Further information www.marenostrumfuengirola.com

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