Vox will celebrate this weekend at Madrid Viva22, a recreational-political event where the formation aims to celebrate its Hispanic heritage with events for the little ones. Spanish history or a major political rally played by Santiago Abascal. Last year, the political formation managed to gather more than 30,000 people, and this year there are already more than 20,000 registered for the event. They estimate it will exceed last year’s figure, and for that, they held a macro party at the 80,000-seat Mad Cool venue.
The Viva22 program includes a ‘fair’ with 52 provincial tents, where the actions of 52 characters in Spanish history will be told. In addition, there will be commercial areas of different companies and associations affiliated with the party and of course various gastronomy representatives of all Spanish regions. “You can try a good knuckle from Madrid, some delicious Aragonese migas, typical Andalusian fries, a rich Valencian paella or a strong Castilian-Leonnese grilled meat”, advances the organization.
Music will also be a key part of the action, as Vox plans to close a “concert featuring singers, DJs and bands” on Saturday. At the presentation of the event, the party gave the first approved names of the poster, many of which are unknown to the public. But many have a close relationship with Vox.
The most popular character is Catalan DJ Brian Cross, who has worked with music stars like Ricky Martin, Yandel, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Inna or Lali Esposito in the past. While the DJ was not shy about announcing his participation in Viva22 via his social networks, he never spoke politically. Next to him appear discreet representatives of the protest rap, such as G. Babe (a covid denier in one of his songs a recording of a speech by Spanish neo-Nazi leader Pedro Varela) or P. Amdrey. More than 2,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.
DJ Peter Base, sold by the organization as “the man who played the Spanish anthem with Santiago Abascal in Pachá”, and parodists Inflovogger and Los Meconios (with songs like ‘Somos español’ or ‘El machista no soy yo’) will also be on the date. In her words we find stanzas like “Radical feminism is not about equality or less crime”. They just fill their pockets” or “It wasn’t my fault I was born a jerk”.
Rapper Santaflow, who has a few hits on Spotify or YouTube, is also featured on the poster. Some of their songs are ‘Cards on the table’ or ‘The madness is in me’ which is a joint song with Porta and Eneyser. In this theme, the authors sing the following stanza:
“I fucked so many divas I don’t know if I have AIDS.
I would give my car to fuck Angelina Jolie
And save him giving me a footjob
I want to hit Jorge Javier’s faggot
And let Belén Esteban’s donkey be silent”.