The corporation’s comprehensive transport and international cargo management division Boluda LInes donated thirty containers to make a perimeter for the music venue, held annually for the last two years

Boluda Corporación Marítima has collaborated for the first time with the organization of Isla Bonita Love Music Festival, held for the second year in the port of Tazacorte, on the Canary Island of La Palma on 29 July.

The maritime company, which has provided port services in the Canary Islands for decades, donated thirty 12-metre containers from Boluda Lines, its comprehensive transport and international cargo management division, to help the organization construct the music venue perimeter.

As part of their corporate social responsibility program, Boluda Corporación Marítima supports this type of event as an initiative to back sports, cultural and social events organized in Spain. On this occasion the event was also sponsored by Bodegas Fos (winery).

The mega concert is a charity event organized by entities such as the Cabildo de la Palma Sodepal and the Canary Islands government, in collaboration with the Canary Islands and Puerto de Tazacorte, to fundraise for Indispal. This entity, a platform for comprehensive disability assistance on the island of La Palma, was created in 2002 with the aim of improving quality of life for people with disabilities and their families.

The esplanade of Tazacorte port outer dock was transformed into an impressive music venue to host a 12-hour show. The doors opened at 6 p.m. to a crowd of fans eagerly awaiting the twelve-hour concert. First on stage were Sonia, Alba and Tamie, who put on a dynamic show for an enthusiastic crowd who danced and sang along to their greatest hits. The festival came to an end at 6:30 a.m. on Sunday morning after performances by artists such as Miguel Bosé, Amaral, La Oreja de Van Gogh, Morat, Sweet California and DJs Carlos Jean and Brian Cross.

This year social integration and economic revitalization made up the framework behind Isla Bonita Love Festival, a project with a wide range of objectives but with the main aim of social development in La Palma.