The fashion shows of the 16th podium, which will take place at the Bodegas González Byass in Jerez from February 2-5, 2023, will be available for purchase on the website from tomorrow.
Tickets for the next edition of the Jerez Tío Pepe Flamenco Podium will go on sale tomorrow, which will take place from February 2 to February 5, 2023. offers from designers and flamenco fashion firms, both from Cádiz and other provinces of Spain.
An exclusive showcase, where fashion, music, wine and flamenco art come together, is presented to the public who have the opportunity to have a full experience around our culture. Tickets can be purchased online to enjoy this event www.pasarelaflamencajerez.com.
More than 40 creators, including well-known firms, established designers and new promises, will showcase their creations during the 4 days of the event at González Byass Winery. The unique venue in Jerez will host another edition of the fashion shows planned for 2023, with the poster unveiled by designer Amparo Macía. They will be followed by Ángeles Verano, La Giraldilla and Ernesto Sillero.
The next day, again in the afternoon, it will be the turn of Pol Núñez, Isabel Vázquez, Pilar Villar and Rocío Lama. As the culmination of the second day, the premiere of a large designer group from Utrera, supported by the Sevilla consortium, which includes companies such as Consolación Ayala, La Mosca, Vier Márquez, DFlamenca, Mi Piña, left on this podium. Colada and Alejandro Postigo to be seen.
On Saturday and Sunday, the “New Designers” and “Volantes de Cádiz” competitions will start at 12:30 and 11:00, respectively. On the 4th, Isabel Avedu and Luisa Reyes, Rafael Leveque, Rocío Martín, Teresa Ninú and Castaño Claver, Rocío Segovia and Flor de Cerezo together with Alejandro Andana will premiere the afternoon session.
Ernesto Sillero will return to the podium to showcase his creations for the smallest of the house on Sunday 5th, and the final day’s cast will be rounded off by the “Mujeres con Solera” parade with Juan Saavedra’s shows Javier del Álamo. Various creators from Sanlúcar de Barrameda, supported by Guillermo Peralta and David Honeycomb and City Hall. The program of this 16th edition will conclude with a very special event, a charity march in favor of the Charity Bag of the Fraternity of Rocío de Jerez.
If Pasarela Flamenca Jerez Tío Pepe has a reason, it is undoubtedly his dedication to uniting all aspects of flamenco culture. Singing, dancing, crafts, fashion, gastronomy… Every item has its place in these four days with live music, wine tasting, recreation and shopping area. Many of these events are freely accessible, so those who wish can take advantage of much of the podium organization’s annual recreational offering for all audiences.
Support of companies and institutions
As in every organization, the organization has received the unconditional support of many companies and institutions, whose sponsorships and collaborations have made it possible for Pasarela Flamenca Jerez Tío Pepe to grow in quality and expand its offerings every year. It is worth noting, for example, that this year the Sanlúcar de Barrameda and Utrera City Councils sponsored their dedication to their local designers, embodied in two parades.
Part of this list of sponsors is Diputación de Cádiz, Ayuntamiento de Jerez, Tío Pepe, Cadimar, Aromas Perfumería, Aesthetic Medicine Dra. García Pagola, Ikea, Clínica Dental Menacho and FlorEnea.
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