The Feeling festival starts tomorrow in the CDTCA in Adeje with two days of free cultural events and then comes to a musical conclusion on Saturday with an amazing Reggae concert in the municipal football stadium. Tickets for the concert are available online, tomatickets.es, ticketbell.es or in a number of shops: El Rincón de Tintín, Loca María Grow Shop, Sonora Discos and the Palm Beach Surf Shop.
This is the second year the Feeling Festival will be based in Adeje with a terrific line up of national and international artists coming to perform on Saturday. According to the councillor for participation and social harmony, Zebenzui Chinea Linares, “we are really interested in the social themes that are part of the overall festival and are delighted to see them in Adeje again.” The council has cooperated in setting up a number of the Thursday and Friday events, with the council’s mobile youth unit in place, a risotherapy workshop and participation in a round-table discussion on ‘the invisibility of women’.
Inma Galván and Leo Mansito, the co-ordinator and director respectively of New Events productions, said the events were geared for everyone, and they will also be asking the public to donate to a fund raising effort for Canarian NGO Solidarity and the Pedro Jiménez foundation among others. Taylor Austin of the Open Arms organisation said they were founded in 2015 and their “principal mission was refugee sea rescues of those fleeing persecution and/or poverty.” The company’s founders worked in sea rescue and life-saving and had much experience of working along the Spanish coasts, helping those in need.
On Thursday June 28th activities will be divided into two sections – the first taking place in FIT, the Factory for Tourism Innovation, with the above-mentioned workshop with the participation of Adeje councillor Ermitas Moreira García. (8.30pm), which will have simultaneous translation into sign language. There will also be a screen of the film Rockers (Jamaica, 1978).
In parallel, in the gardens of the CDTCA, there will be workshops, dance with sign language, acrobatics. Information points will be in place.
On Friday June 29th the round table discussion on the Open Arms Project will be on. There will be a presentation of the ‘Reggae can help’ Project with Mar Sobé,Austin Taylor, Ras Kuko and Fernando García Guereta at 5.15pm, and at 8.30pm a talk entitled “Reggae is more than music” with journalist John Masouri , Julián García from Roots&Vibes and Fernando Guereta, Nice Time. To close the evening there will be a screening of the documentary ‘Tell the children the Truth’.
Saturday is reggae day in the Municipal football stadium with performances from Alborosie, Tarrus Riley featuring Dean Fraser and Israel Vibration. Also in the line-up are Sumerr (Jamaica), Canarians One Xe Band, Lioness Den, Isaiah, Don Virgilio,
Dada Wanche, A’Jah Porfecía Crew, Lava Sound, junto a DJ Chiqui Dubs,
Triggafinga Intl Sound and the Tenerife Dancehall Crew.
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