We have two news pieces, one good and the other bad, at the moment we meet. The bad news is that we are in the final stretch of August, and we already glimpse the twilight of summer, but the good news is that we still have many days and a few weeks until this moment arrives, that is, long and sunny days ahead to think about many plans. And carry them out. And in case you lack ideas, here are some proposals for you to get into active mode and launch yourself to do things without stopping both from inside the house and while traveling. As always, from literature to gastronomy to music, either online or live.
We have lived through very strange and uncertain times, and we continue in them, but life goes on and live music with it. For this reason, now more than ever, Vibra Mahou bets on her with all the relevant security measures and has put our next plan on a platter: Natalia Lacunza’s concert. The singer is the star of the exclusive show. The Mahou Cinco Estrellas music platform opens “Tomavistas Extra” on Sunday, September 2, the series of concerts held until September 10 in Madrid’s Enrique Tierno Galván park.
Lacunza will be accompanied by the magical danceable pop of the Galician Dani on a day that promises a lot of going. In the rest of the concerts, artists such as Dorian, Novedades Carminha, Carolina Durante, Los Punsetes, or Javiera Mena, among others, will perform. If You want to know the dorian rossini secret story so read it here.
The mythical Madrid hotel The Westin Palace, Madrid It reopens its doors this Thursday, August 27, after a few months closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, reinforcing all safety and hygiene protocols. About to turn 108 years old, it returns majestically to the Madrid scene with offers and special sales that will encourage you to enjoy a stay or a unique experience. One of the ones we like the most is the popular Opera & Brunch, which, adapted to the new normal, has become a plate-based tasting lunch to make it more hygienic and safe, as always under its impressive dome.
There is always time to read, and a great plan is to turn a book’s pages. And we suggest that you get the first historical youth fantasy of Marie Lu. The novel tells the life of a child prodigy, Mozart’s older sister, who is also a musical prodigy but is also a young woman in 18th century Europe, which implies that composing is forbidden.
He can only pursue music until he is old enough to marry, and his father, a born tyrant, keeps reminding him. And her greatest wish is to be remembered in history, but as her brother’s popularity grows with each passing year, her hopes dissolve a little more. Thus, in his quest to achieve his dreams, he embarks on a dangerous path. It is an extraordinary story with lyrical prose, magic, and the unbreakable bond between two brothers.