The Soneg Posidonia festival, to be held from 6 to 8 October in Formentera, has reserved a total of sixty tickets for island residents, the Formentera Council announced yesterday in a press release. That’s right, half of them for each of the days. Specifically, thirty tickets will be on sale exclusively for Formentera residents for Friday and the same number for Saturday. And these will only be for the concerts and dinner held at the Hotel Gecko.
The daily price will be 125 euros plus 2.80 euros management fee, and the intention of the organization is that the tickets can be purchased this Wednesday from 12 noon onwards noon.
SON Estrella Galicia Posidonia has always been characterized for its strong environmental commitment. This year the organization has gone a step further and has rewarded the most respectful attendees with nature: from July 31, this seventh edition, under the title ‘The Challenge’, activated a presale based on the generation of a positive environmental impact on the island of Formentera. The first one hundred and fifty who met the proposed objectives of sustainable mobility, reuse and reduction received a code that allowed them to purchase tickets in advance. The remaining tickets went on sale on the website on August 9 and sold out within a few hours.
This festival is presented as zero-emission from the 2021 edition. One of the main attractions is that it offers a unique Mediterranean experience with a secret line-up of performances, curated by Sinsal, which will not be known until the beginning of the festival. In addition to the gastronomic proposal, with Michelin Starand offers attendees the best of local gastronomy. Nature is present through the programmed guided excursions to places of scenic and patrimonial interest.
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