The City Hall building, emblematic buildings of the Region, such as the Regional Assembly, the Romea Theater, the Murcia Cathedral or the Roman Theater of Cartagena will light up in red tonight to warn about the collapse that the events and shows sector is experiencing .A symbolic, artistic and conciliatory action, in support and solidarity with the Red Alert movement, which will be carried out by the companies in the sector themselves, coinciding with other similar actions by professionals and associations that will illuminate more than 700 buildings in cities around the world.This is a new action to raise awareness of the problems facing the events and shows sector, which has been called by the Red Alert movement.
Through social networks, Global Day wants to have visibility, through the official hashtags #WeMakeEvents #HacemosEventos #TodxsUnidxs #StandAsOne #LightItInRed, preferably between 8:00 p.m.
and 11:00 p.m.Since last March and coinciding with the state of alarm, the Entertainment and Events sector is experiencing the consequences caused by the health crisis.
They have lost 90% of the turnover this year, and the horizon is not hopeful.
2,000 families depend on the shows and events, and around 700 technicians continue at ERTE.The Calasparra City Council, for its part, is making a firm commitment to Safe Culture, and has been carrying out cultural programming adapted to times of coexistence with the health crisis that we are suffering from COVID-19 since May.
Reduced capacity, hygiene and safety measures, mandatory use of a mask, contingency plans and of course the collaboration of all the public who have passed through the municipal precincts.For this fall the Department of Culture will continue to program adapted cultural and leisure activities and with all security measures.Culture is safe, culture is exemplary.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Calasparra