We use several different venues for our TributoFest concerts, depending on capacity, location, and the type of artist for a particular event. Here are the main three:
The San Miguel Castle has a majestic hall ideal for business and social events (parties, concerts, dinners, weddings, or exhibitions).
The venue has an extensive sound system that offers a total potential of 4,500w, 27,000w illumination and 2,700w Led lighting, large stage, dressing rooms, and bars. It has air conditioning throughout the building.
The castle is easily located from the TF-1 motorway, and has private parking for several hundred cars.
The Infanta Leonor Auditorium was inaugurated on 12th March 12 2011, becoming a focal point and great venue for the cultural activity of the municipality; having great repercussion on the bordering Municipalities, which covers an area of more than 150,000 people, including the 84,000 inhabitants of Arona.
The building, designed by the architects José Fco Arnau Díaz-Llanos and Fco Javier Alvarez Muñoz, is equipped with modern infrastructures, equipped to a high technical specification, and offers comfort and versatility to host the most varied events.
Built with the aim of providing Arona with a place that allows expression of artistic creation, it frequently hosts congresses and conferences, as well as being a privileged stage for concerts, theatre productions or cinema, in a central location with easy access and parking.
Magma Arte & Congresos is a multi-use building capable of doubling as a congress or convention center, and also as a venue for cultural activities such as exhibitions, concerts of modern, classical, theater and opera. This versatility is available not only to the different spaces that it has, but also to its design, offering the possibility of subdividing its rooms using mobile panels to adjust to the precise needs that each event may require. The building was officially inaugurated by their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain on 22nd November 2005.
The infrastructure of 22,000 square meters was the work of local architects AMP (Artengo, Martin and Pastrana), had an investment of 30 million euros. The building is composed of twelve concrete monoliths, some of them the size of small buildings, which form a rough enclosure like a Stonehenge or the Bastions fortress, which hold the undulating volumes of the roof, abstract and light forms finished with fiber-cement and zinc panels. In its structure the concrete is combined with Chasnera stone (a volcanic rock of clear color typical of this area), that its creators interpret as a volcanic eruption. In addition, the various wavy forms of its roof, also in the opinion of the study of architects, simulates the waves of the sea. The building receives light and natural ventilation at the expense of different north-facing windows.
From February 2014 this building is managed by the Blue Marketing Events Society, S.L. for a period of 20 years. (2014-2034)