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Alan Wentworth-Harley: 32,000 at Creamfields Andalucia 2012

Creamfields report brought to you by Alan Wentworth-Harley of One Marbella
Creamfields, brought to you by Alan Wentworth-Harley
JUST a couple of hours drive from Marbella, the electronic music festival Creamfields Andalucia 2012 attracted more than 32,000 people this year.
The festival used to take place every year in Almeria since 2005, debuted its new home at the Jerez de la Frontera (Cadiz) race circuit during the last edition with a more than 51,000 people audience.

Alan Wentworth-Harley's Costa del Sol news

Creamfields Andalucia 2012 hosted celebrated names in the electronic music world as renowned as Orbital, Steve Aoki, The Chemical Brothers and Knife Party, with a ‘closing sunrise set’ performance by Tiësto that finished at 11 am on Sunday.
"The amount of events going on at any one time in the Costa del Sol is staggering," says Alan Wentworth-Harley, CEO of leading luxury property consultants One Marbella.
"While millions were basking in the feria fun in Malaga over the weekend, in the other direction thousands of young clubbers from all over Europe were at Creamfields. Where else in Europe can you find this at the same time as the amazing climate and endless beaches?" asks Alan Wentworth-Harley.
"It is not surprising that we are seeing growing interest from property buyers worldwide looking for their dream home in Marbella," says Alan Wentworth-Harley.

For more information about One Marbella’s amazing portfolio of luxury properties for sale in Puerto Banus, Marbella and elsewhere in the Costa del Sol email or call +34 952 905 100.

Part of this article originally appeared in EWN / Photo © F.Daniel García & Miguel Gómez


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