Via Romana and Chantada singer Iago Cid organize a charity concert

Beneficent concert in Via Romana

09 December 2016

It will take place on Friday, December 23 at 8:00 pm in the Vía Romana winery and the collection will be aimed at promoting and supporting the creation of the Chantada Against Cancer Association

The tickets, which cost € 5, are on sale at the Os Pendellos and Capitol venues, as well as on Via Romana, right up to the day of the concert, although the seating is limited

For people who can not attend the concert but who wish to collaborate, there is the option to donate through zero line, for this they must send an email to and they will be provided with an account number in which to do the entry

The winery Vía Romana and vocalist, guitarist and composer chantadino Iago Cid organize this Christmas a charity concert in which Cid, accompanied by also chantadino guitarist Pablo Fernandez, will present Venus, his first solo album. The album was produced by Pablo Domínguez, a founding member of La Quinta Estación. Among the songs that will play, is the first single Hoy como ayer, whose video was shot in the area of ??Belesar and surroundings.

During the concert, guests can enjoy a glass of Via Romana mencía and godello, and after the performance, the restaurant Os Pendellos and the ham and Mar y Bellora will serve tapas in the wine cellar.

Within the business philosophy of Vía Romana a very important part is the collaboration with different organizations that work for the benefit of the region of Chantada and its inhabitants. "We decided to do something different this Christmas and Iago Cid's proposal seemed great, because he and we believe in solidarity and the importance of supporting projects that help those who need it most around us," says Juan Luis Méndez, Manager of Vía Romana.

All the proceeds from the solidarity concert will be destined to the impetus of the Chantada Against Cancer Association. It is a project created to support people suffering from any type of cancer, as well as their families. From the association, they explained that "it was born with the aim that whoever needs help, whether it be psychological support, social care, health orientation, and even material necessities, can count on it without having to move to a city, Sometimes very complicated issue for people with this disease ".
In addition to Vía Romana, organizer of the event, other Chantada venues such as the restaurant Os Pendellos, the Capitol cafeteria or the ham and tapería Mar and Bellota, have wanted to add their collaboration to this solidarity act.

All those interested in following the event and knowing the amount raised can also do so through the social profiles of Via Romana on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and through the hashtag # VíaRomanaSolidaria.

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