San Fernando Pays Tribute to Camarón with Kiko Veneno, El Granaino, and Lizana, Among Other Great Artists

San Fernando will revive ‘La Noche de Camarón’ on July 2 with a Tribute Concert in Plaza del Rey. Pedro El Granaíno, Antonio Lizana, Kiko Veneno, Tomasito, Diego Pozo, El Canijo de Jerez, and Muchachito Bombo Infierno will pay tribute to the flamenco legend.

San Fernando once again pays tribute to the flamenco genius Camarón de la Isla with a tribute concert that will take place in Plaza del Rey on July 2, the 32nd anniversary of his death. To commemorate this significant date, the city council has brought together a lineup of artists such as Pedro El Granaíno, Antonio Lizana, Kiko Veneno, Tomasito, Diego Pozo, El Canijo de Jerez, and Muchachito Bombo Infierno, among others.

The Councilor for Culture, Pepa Pacheco, has announced the details of the highly anticipated tribute to the famous singer, which will take place free of charge in the emblematic square of the city where he was born 74 years ago, Plaza del Rey.

The show will begin at 10:00 p.m. with Pedro El Granaíno and Antonio Lizana performing a repertoire of songs dedicated to Camarón on the stage set up in the central square, blending traditional flamenco with contemporary touches.

At 11:00 p.m., a flamenco rock concert by artists who are great admirers of Camarón de la Isla will take place, performing songs of the legend such as ‘Volando Voy’ and ‘Sere Serenito’, among many others that have marked the history of flamenco. Figures like Kiko Veneno, El Canijo de Jerez, Diego Pozo, Tomasito, and Muchachito Bombo Infierno will participate in this show.

As Pacheco has pointed out, «July 2 is a date marked on the calendar in San Fernando as if it were just another celebration», in remembrance and tribute to the most universal singer from the island of all time. Therefore, it is not surprising that La Noche de Camarón has become one of the most important events in the summer concert program in the town.

The City Council pays tribute and keeps the memory of Camarón alive through music every year. As will be remembered, last year’s Camarón concert was once again a public success and marked the debut of Plaza del Rey as a stage after its renovation, attracting a large audience.