The song of the summer arrives unexpectedly. You hear it, once, twice, and then again, until you can’t stop the tune from running through your head all day long. It's that song that gets your hips moving, makes your pupils dilate and gets you excited, singing and dancing non-stop. There’s an endless list of summer songs from the past that undoubtedly transport you to special moments that you experienced the summer they came out.
This year’s summer playlist wouldn’t be complete without Cariño, the band of eternal summer, because this trio's pop gets you dancing and listening with summer ears, like when you're having ice cream on a first date. At Veranos de la Villa, Paola, María and Alicia will present the material from X si me dejas en visto, a single recorded over the past few months that manages to combine pop and contemporary music with meaningful lyrics and catchy refrains. The first act of the night will be Confeti de odio, the stage name of Madrid-born artist Lucas Vidaur, whose music is the perfect soundtrack for lazy days when all you want is to be loved.
Places have been set aside for people with disabilities. These tickets can be reserved by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org, by phoning (+34) 91 318 47 00, or by purchasing them directly online or at the ticket offices in Conde Duque Cultural Centre and Casa de la Panadería. Upon entering the venue, staff will require ticket holders to show a disability card or equivalent document that provides proof of disability.
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