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Angra do Heroísmo ,  April 10, 2019

Regional Government supports Tremor Festival

The Regional Government, through the Regional Directorates for Culture and Tourism, supports the 6th Tremor Festival, an initiative organised by the Plutão Camaleão Cultural and Recreational Association, which runs until April 13.
 
The Regional Director for Culture attended the opening of the festival in Ponta Delgada last Tuesday. On the occasion, he pointed out that this initiative was supported by the Regional Government with an overall allocation of nearly 150 thousand Euros over the last three years.
 
For Susana Costa, the interdisciplinary programme of this festival highlights the multiplicity of initiatives from the most diverse areas: concerts in unusual venues, interactions and walks in the landscape, workshops, creative laboratories, street art, artistic residencies, activities for children and moments dedicated to thought and debate.
 
Tremor Festival is also supported by the Regional Directorate for Tourism as it is an important cultural and artistic event taking place in the low season, bringing many visitors to the Region. They will have the possibility of enjoying a wide range of sound experiences that show, in many cases, the specificities and authenticity of the Azorean environmental heritage.
 
This sixth edition of Tremor also provides for the possibility of travelling to Santa Maria Island, taking this festival further and contributing to the international projection of the Azores. In this regard, the Regional Government has become a partner of this initiative, which is expected to have a very significant impact on the dynamics of traditional trade.
 
In turn, the media coverage of this festival reinforces the image of the Azores as a cultural tourist destination as far as it features artists from all over the world who will promote the Region to wider audiences with interest in culture and arts. It is intended to foster a new influx of tourists searching for the experience of the archipelago's nature combined with a growing cultural activity. In fact, the event is a unique opportunity to develop various forms of music appreciation by involving various local agents, community and visitors in the social and cultural fabric of the islands.


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