On the occasion of the APOSTLE FESTIVITIES, for the third consecutive year, the City Council of Santiago, through Tourism of Santiago, will develop a specific concert within the festive program, entitled COMPOSTELA, TERRITORIO DAS MULLERES, which will include several artists and which aims to give maximum visibility to the demand for equality at a particularly significant time for the city, which on that day has a large number of people attending the aforementioned patron saint festivities.
Rapariga dj is the alter ego of Cris Pontanilla. His eclectic sessions range from funk and rock to disco and electronics. All designed to make you dance from the first to the last sound.
A dozen women from Cape Verde, living in Burela, full of strength, joy, tradition and respect, beat with fury and joy on a folded cloth that they place between their legs: the batuko. Batuko Tabanka's rebellious roar lasts long enough to give goose bumps to anyone who hears these batukadas. A proposal that reflects the most positive message of migration: respect and dialogue.
Mounqup is Camille Hèdouin, a sound craftswoman, born in Rouen (France) with Franco-Italian and Ivorian origins, but adopted from Galicia. It was in Galicia where he began to play with loops and samplers, creating compositions that function as a collage of textures, shapes and colors and result in the sound landscape of MounQup.