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On 17th of July, Corona Save the Beach is back again in Salou, Tarragona, with a concert to raise awareness of the need to protect beach environments and to alert of the bad state of many European beaches. The concerts counts on the support of Spanish Media Groups 40 Principales, 40 viajes.com and the Salou City Council.
Last August; the Corona Save the Beach festival was held with Spanish musicians Jarabe de Palo, Pignoise and other groups, who all pledged to fight to save our beaches and asked the same of the 30.000 fans attending the concert.
La Oreja de Van Gogh
Extraordinary partners for a concert that no one will want to miss.
This very well known Spanish group will contribute to our initiative with their performance at the “Corona Save the Beach” concert to be held on July 17th in Salou. They have just presented their latest album and DVD movie “Journey to the Dead Sea”, and are taking time out to support our initiative.
A group that has received many international awards, but who understand that the best reward is the preservation of our beaches.
Nominated as the best new artists at the 2010 Music Awards, this group rocks in their live performances and is undoubtedly a great reason to come to our concert. But the best reason of all is that together we can do more for our beaches.
Zenttric has a great future ahead, and wish the same for the beaches – that’s why they are committed to the “Corona save the Beach” initiative. So after a grueling tour throughout Spain, they will go the extra mile to join our cause.
This artist didn’t want to miss a project like this one. Diego is very aware of how much we owe to our beaches and will be collaborating with us by performing at the live concert to be held in Salou on July 17th.
Diego Martin will present his latest album “Melicia” at this annual event where thousands of people will get together to raise awareness of the need to preserve our beaches for future generations.
Join Diego Martin and don’t miss this opportunity to collaborate with Corona Save the Beach.