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16:38

Local

Five thousand people apply for jobs for the Starlite Festival

charo márquez

More than 5,000 people joined the application process to work as part of this summer's adapted Starlite Festival which will run from 29 July to 30 August. Despite the number of events being reduced, organisers need to fill 400 vacancies. However,

21:58

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Starlite Festival to go ahead after months of speculation

Tony Bryant

Organisers of the Starlite Festival have announced that its ninth edition will go ahead this year. Following months of uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, a shortened version of the festival, billed as 'The most important boutique ... be exchanged for any of the other concerts. In addition, a full refund for tickets can be requested before Friday 26 June. "It's important to get everything going again," said Starlite creator Sandra García-Sanjuán, adding, "Music's the medicine of

13:05

LifeStyle

Supertramp does Starlite

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Former Supertramp frontman Roger Hodgson hit the stage at Starlite last Saturday, starting his set with a performance of Take the Long Way Home First.

15:24

Local

Starlite Gala celebrates ten years in Marbella

SUR IN ENGLISH

The highest profile international charity gathering in the Marbella social calendar celebrated ten years last weekend. The Starlite Gala was held in the Nagüeles quarry arena. Since it started in 2009, over two million euros has been raised

13:04

LifeStyle

First-class acts hit the summer stage

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ

The Starlite festival in Marbella has already seen a host of performances by some of the great names in music, including The Beach Boys, Kool & The Gang, Sting and Jamie Cullum; this week it has been the turn of Luis Fonsi, James Rhodes, Katie Melua ... and David Bisbal. Fonsi, the "hurricane of Latin rhythm" appeared for the third time at Starlite on Saturday and entertained his fans with some of his most popular hits. Monday saw both British pianist James Rhodes and singer Katie Melua in ... between songs except for thank the audience for their applause. David Bisbal returned to the Starlite stage and a sellout concert on Tuesday. Starlite continues next week with more stars lined up including British pop star Jessi J on 16 August. The

11:53

LifeStyle

Star chef Alcayde makes mouths water at Starlite, Marbella

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Starlite closed recently with a record number of visitors: more than 281,000 people attended the festival in the Nagüeles quarry in Marbella. In addition to increasing the number of concerts, this eighth edition had a new face at the front of its ... gastronomic section. Richard Alcayde took the reins as executive chef of Starlite. The Starlite restaurant adopted the 'buffet' style of service, including dishes from all cultures. "The objective was to achieve a very visual buffet, which would be a trip ... from Alcayde that caused a sensation. "We renamed it Starlite Marinated Chicken because it's been an incredible success. We served 20 kilos of chicken a day," he recalls. Another of the culinary trends of the festival was the Mexican cantina, "We

17:22

LifeStyle

Sting takes to the Starlite stage for the second time

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British singer Sting took to the stage at the Starlite Festival in Marbella on Tuesday night. He perform some of his most famous hits, such as Roxanne and Every Little Thing She Does is Magic, to a crowd of excited fans. In Spanish, he told them

15:14

Local

Marbella council still waiting for 125,000-euro fee owed by Starlite

Andrea JIMÉNEZ

The opposition PSOE party at Marbella town hall has called for the company which organised the Starlite Festival in the town during the summer to pay the money it owes. As part of the deal to allow the festival to take place in the Nagüeles