| The Deputy Mayor for Culture, Ginés Campillo, stressed that the implementation of the new viewpoint represents "a before and after in the way of approaching Culture in the municipality "| Juan Perro, stage name of Santiago Auserón, who was a vocalist and composer of the legendary Spanish musical group 'Radio Futura'; yesterday offered an exciting acoustic concert at the Mirador 'Agustín López Cano' with which, before a full capacity and under a rigorous protocol of measures before the COVID19, he made the audience live a magical night enjoying the art of one of the figures most outstanding of the 'Movida Madrileña'. The concert also served for the premiere of a renovated Mirador de Bahía that, after the improvement and conditioning works undertaken by the Department of Culture of the Mazarrón City Council, have allowed to increase the capacity of the idyllic enclave, becoming a new cultural and recreational space in which important appointments will take place such as the next concert of 'Funambulista', the literary cycle 'Mares de Papel', or the conference of the psychologist Rafael Santadreu that closes the series 'Amor y Felicidad' tonight.
Activities whose invitations can be requested on the web www.maresdepapel.es. The Deputy Mayor for Culture, Ginés Campillo, who was present at the concert along with other personalities such as the Councilor for Services, Tomás Ureña, or the famous journalist Isaías Lafuente; yesterday he was especially satisfied because "we have endowed Puerto de Mazarrón with a new space that will mean a before and after in the way of approaching Culture in the municipality and, especially, in the coastal area that suffered from a type of infrastructure like this.
" Ginés Campillo also wanted to highlight "the great work that the Town Hall team is carrying out so that the different events can be carried out in compliance with all the safety and hygiene measures set by the health authorities, at a time when we must take extreme care precaution and protocols without for that reason we have to stop enjoying the Culture and Art that, given the current situation, need our support more than ever.