In the past months at Victoria we’ve celebrated several parties at the Ocho y Medioclub in Madrid, Spain. This cooperation is part of our Victoria Music project, which this year is especially relevant because we’re celebrating our centenary: 100 years since the birth of Victoria!
During several weekends we’ve sponsored nights with good music by the most recognized DJs of the Spanish indie scene, special decoration, photocall and exclusive contests in the club.
Furthermore, our followers could win VIP tickets through several contests in our social media.
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At Victoria we keep celebrating our 100 years of first love, a century since Gregorio fell in love with Victoria and decided to create a shoe named as his love.
On the 13th of July we’re giving a thematic party in a place where lots of love stories were born: Nasty Mondays in the club Apolo in Barcelona. During the night, which will be set in THE LOVE BOAT, the famous TV series of the 70s and 80s, we will raffle invitations to an exclusive, private, open sea party where a catamaran will ride the waves with lots of surprises, the best music, prizes, food, drink, etc. What’s the grand, final prize? A trip to Ibiza for two!!
Last 12th April took place the kids festival “el día minimúsica” in Barcelona, Spain. After the success of previous editions, this year more than 2,500 people attended this event and tickets sold out. For those who do not know about this festival, “el día minimúsica” is an event for children which seeks that kids enjoy and experience new family offers, activities, workshops, games through music, technology, food, sport and fashion.
At Victoria we didn’t want to miss this festival, so we organized a birthday workshop in which the little ones could make their own cupcakes and take pictures with their families with a big cake-shaped photocall.
Spanish well-known artists, like Delafé y las Flores Azules, they joined our 100th anniversary celebration by blowing out the candles of the cake after their performance (on their Victorias, of course!).