| The show, which is part of the program 'It is summer in Caravaca', is held on the 25th July at the Recinto Festero, with tickets for sale at the price of 5 euros at www.compralaentrada.com | The tribute will be in solidarity and the entire collection will go to the Spanish Foundation to Fight Leukemia, chaired by Dr.
Antonio López Bermejo, to help the shelter for sick children in Guayaquil, a place that is currently in a situation Criticism as it is the ground zero of COVID-19 in Ecuador The next activity that the Camino de la Cruz Foundation organizes for this summer is 'What is (not) seen', which will take place on the night of August 12 on the esplanade of the Castle and which is based on stargazing, planets, constellations and other astronomical elements coinciding with the phenomenon of the Perseids, better known as 'Tears of San Lorenzo' The Camino de la Cruz Foundation, in collaboration with the City Council of Caravaca, brings to the city the show '500 nights, Sabina in the veins', a tribute concert, which will take place on Saturday, July 25 within the municipal program' It is summer in Caravaca '.
The benefits of the concert will go entirely to the Spanish Foundation to Fight Leukemia (FELL), whose shelter for children with cancer without resources is in a critical situation as it is the ground zero of COVID-19 in Ecuador. The show has the collaboration of the City Council of Caravaca and with it, the Camino de la Cruz Foundation recovers cultural activities, within its important patronage work. The proceeds obtained from the sale of the tickets, which are already available at the symbolic single price of 5 euros on the website www.compralaentrada.com, will be delivered entirely to the Spanish Foundation for the Fight against Leukemia (FELL), whose headquarters are located in Caravaca de la Cruz and chaired by Dr.
Antonio López Bermejo, whose appointment as Adoptive Son of Caravaca de la Cruz has recently been approved in the plenary session of the Corporation. The stage for the concert will be the Recinto Festero, next to the Paseo de Santa Clara.
The event will have all the anti-Covid-19 measures and protocols aimed at public shows, such as double lane access to the venue, temperature taking, ushers, distance between seats, safety distances, etc. The Camino de la Cruz Foundation and the City Council thus join the wave of solidarity that institutions and businessmen have carried out during all these months in the face of the health emergency caused by the coronavirus, this time betting on musical culture and a charity concert. The patrons of the Foundation involved in this initiative are the Tourism Institute of the Region of Murcia, Grupo Fuertes, Postres Reina, Estrella de Levante, Café Salzillo, Limcamar, Caixabank, la Real and Ilustre Cofradía de la Santísima and Vera Cruz de Caravaca , UCAM and Hefame. SPANISH FOUNDATION TO FIGHT LEUKEMIA The Spanish Foundation to Fight Leukemia (FELL), chaired by the doctor Antonio López Bermejo, has among its purposes the promotion of bone marrow donations and research.
It also promotes an important and continuous humanitarian work, facilitating in supervised flats and, thanks to an agreement with the Murcian Health Service, has made it possible for transplants to more than one hundred children without resources in South America.
The foundation has a shelter in Guayaquil, where children with cancer and their families are cared for while receiving treatment, a place that is currently in a critical situation as it is ground zero of COVID-19 in Ecuador. 'WHAT (IS NOT) SEEN', NIGHT OF ASTRONOMY The next activity that the Camino de la Cruz Foundation has organized for this summer is 'What is (not) seen', which will take place on the night of August 12 on the esplanade of the Basilica of Vera Cruz and which is based on observing the stars, planets, constellations, the Milky Way, and other astronomical elements coinciding with the phenomenon of the Perseids, better known as 'Tears of Saint Lawrence'. A show with an original dramaturgy by Fernando de Retes and María Prado, loaded with astronomy, music and humor.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz