Chanel's SloMo will be performed in Turin but will also reverberate strongly in the epicenter of the town where the artist grew up. The Gran Teatre de La Passió de Olesa de Montserrat, the one that burned down and rose from its ashes as the Liceu de Barcelona, will be filled to the brim to follow the Eurovision Song Contest.
This was confirmed by the mayor of the town of Baix Llobregat, Miquel Riera, this Saturday in an interview on the Rac1 program Via Lliure. "It will be completely full," he said. 1,500 free tickets have been reserved online and the no tickets sign has already been posted.
The mayor of Olesa de Montserrat has assured that the representative of Spain in Eurovision "awakens positivism". At the same time, he has remarked that Chanel is a "good example" for young people. "She has had to work everything from scratch", he has valued in reference to her musical career.
Finally, the mayor of the municipality has declared that Eurovision and Chanel are an opportunity to put Olesa de Montserrat "on the map", recalling that the town of 24,132 inhabitants has several attractions to visit.
Without going any further, at the Gran Teatre de La Passió, where their neighbors will gather to support Chanel, they get 7,000 spectators per season representing the classic play that gives the cultural facility its name.