The Marbella Town Hall has opened until June 7 the deadline for establishments to submit responsible statements for decoration and to welcome small format live performances inside, from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., during the day fair, as announced this Friday by the mayor, Ángeles Muñoz.
To this end, the City Council has issued a municipal side that regulates these issues for the patron saint festivitieswhich will take place between June 7 and 12.
The regulations state that the interested in having music inside the establishment and to decorate the same they must present through the General Entry Registry, until June 7 inclusive, a responsible statement according to the established model that is available to interested parties on the website (www.marbella.es), as well as in the Citizen Service Offices of the Hon. Marbella Town Hall.
The bank informs that it authorizes, as in previous years, the installation of typical fair decoration inside and on the terraces establishments, being strictly prohibited the placement of elements that hinder passers-by. The outdoor portable bars of the establishment are totally prohibited. Neither the number nor the space of the area of tables and chairs authorized by your license may be increased.
Regarding the music, they may be small format live performances or of a festive atmosphere type inside the establishment, from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., on June 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, cease all activity after 8:00 p.m.
The Leisure port, sports portin response to the number of establishments concentrated in the same space, be regulated by your specific organization having to inform the competent delegations. Likewise, it will be mandatory to respect the hygiene measures established by the health authorities for the prevention of Covid-19.
The day fair will be held from June 8 to 12, from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The side encourages citizens to “continue to set an example of our condition and together we must make an effort because the decorum, cleanliness and conviviality be signs of our most sincere identity”, while advocating that “counting on the efforts of neighbors, visitors and hotel industry, it is as participatory as possible”.