The emblematic Festival de Jerez celebrated its 5th edition.
A very special and unique enclave for a Festival of reference. The Sara Baras Company once again set up an audience dedicated to the flamenco dance of the Cádiz-born woman who performed with Sombras, her 13-choreography show with Farruca as the guiding thread.
The show by Sara Baras “Sombras” provokes in the audience a range of sensations and emotions that lived with intensity in the emblematic Patio de la Tonelería. It was the only dance and flamenco show that this year proposed the event that hosts the González Byass wineries every summer in Jerez.
The Tío Pepe Festival continues to fulfill its foundational spirit. It was born in 2014 with the intention of offering a unique cultural space and a privileged meeting place in the surroundings of Jerez (and, by extension, the Bay of Cádiz), based on proposing a multiple and exclusive sensory experience, intimately linked to the winery and the wine, the tradition, the culture and the gastronomy.
For a unique evening, so special and magical, the people in charge of the Festival proposed another international reference, in this case of gastronomy, Chef Quique Dacosta.
An unforgettable summer night for artists, audiences and organizers that will undoubtedly remain in a place of honor in the memory of the Sombras tour, the proposal with which Sara Baras and her company continue to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
From Jerez, the artistic team of Sombras set sail for Catalonia, where scenarios and spectators of three festivals of enormous importance and prestige awaited them; The Porta Ferrada Festival in Sant Feliu dels Guíxols (Girona) the Tarragona Festival of Arts and the Arts d’estiu de Pineda del Mar. C
over photo: Sofia Wittert
Photos: Tío Pepe Festival