The resounding success of the Incajazz 2021 Festival

Jul 27, 2021 | Current affairs, Featured

1600 people have participated in this fifteenth edition of the Festival, which has hung the “Sold Out” sign in the 4 concerts.

This year it is committed to promoting local restaurants and increasing the jazz and haute cuisine pairing.

For the second year running, the Cuartel General Luque has become the venue for the Incajazz Festival organised by the Inca City Council. This year they have passed through this iconic venue in the capital of Raiguer, with 4 performances, held on Sundays in July. This cycle has established itself as one of the unmissable milestones for friends of jazz, and this year all the concerts have sold out.

“We continue to be committed to safety culture and to keep our summer festivals active. We know that this is a wise decision because the society is more responsive and participates in the cultural activity of the city than ever and the importance of culture in the face of situations like the one we are living in is evident. We want this cycle of activities and those still to come during the summer to be an injection of energy for everyone,” said the councillor for culture, Alice Weber.

Therefore, a total of 1,600 people have gathered at the Cuartel General Luque in Inca to enjoy the fifteenth edition of Incajazz. The range of concerts this year was very varied, with various styles of jazz, from the most classical to the most contemporary, with mixed styles alongside pure jazz formulas.

The first concert was by the Highlands Project. This was followed by the Peter Bujosa Trio on the Festival stage. The Festival continued with a concert by Rut Florit on the third Sunday in July. Finally, on 25 July, Tinons March closed Incajazz 2021 with his performance.

Once again, the food and beverage service has been maintained with local restaurateurs and, for the first time, haute cuisine has played a relevant role in this festival. Incajazz 2021 has had the participation of the restaurateurs Ca n’Ignaci, Can Joan March, Ses Madixettes, Açaí Vegetarià, Suro and the Son Bordils wineries.