Jazzaldia has returned to normal with force and the public has reacted. After the last two editions marked by the pandemic, San Sebastian festival reaches record figure with 150,000 spectators during the six days of the festival “An impeccable version”, Thief 88% of tickets sold and purchases made in 37 different countriesThe event is already looking to return to the field within a year.
“It’s been an impeccable version. The masses have filled all the stages and the artistic level has remained the same.assured Miguel Martín, director of Jazzaldia, during the evaluation of the 57th edition of the festival this morning. The figures confirm what has been said, because during its six days of celebration, The event gathered 150,000 spectators on its fourteen stages., with one as the main protagonist: Zuriola Beach. with his return, Jazzaldia is back at its best ever thanks for powerful live shows like those vintage trouble, Leon Benavente And above all, Simple Minds, which opened the edition with 42,000 people.
But the public has not only enjoyed the free concerts but also throngs of paid ones. really, Of the 21,051 tickets on sale, 18,601 were sold, so 88% of this year’s tickets were bought. According to the stages, the most symbolic place of the festival, Plaza de la Trinidad, 90% of the capacity is covered among others, thanks to “A Repocar d’Asses”, which he created Trini An “obviously feminine” scenario. Kursal Auditorium with 92% of full capacity hovering around the same figures and great names that have delighted the masses such as Gregory Porter, calexico I Iggy PopWho made everyone stand out from the first moment at the age of 75.
The Victoria Eugenia Theater also reached 90% capacity. With the eighth edition of JazzEe, which has brought together some of the most prominent names in the state and whose initiative is sure to be repeated next year; whereas San Telmo had the worst data, filling 58% of concerts.
To these good numbers we have to add audience origin, because People from 37 different countries came to Donostia and from as far away as Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and India, from where they came “in different groups”.
21st July to 25th July 2023
a little jazzInitiatives designed for families and children, Celebrates its ten editions by doubling the celebrations and capacity, reaching up to 700 people at its premiere at the Chilida Lecu Museum. Too, festival broadcast streaming fourteen free concertsAvailable on the unit’s YouTube channel.
return to normal position with this, andThat Jazzaldia is already working on its next edition, which will be held between July 21 and 25, 2023.