Caldea premieres 'Hydrox' this Saturday, the new autumn and winter show, a tribute to the candidacy of the Andorra 2027 Alpine World Ski Championships
The show will take place in the central lagoon of Termolúdico on weekends and long weekends, and will stage two of the Principality's assets: hydrotherapy and snow

After the success achieved this summer with the daily aerial silk shows, Caldea will premiere 'Hydrox' on Saturday 9 October, a new concept in live shows for all audiences which will be a tribute to the candidacy of the Andorra 2027 Alpine World Ski Championships. The aim of the action is to elevate the event beyond the sporting aspect and link it to other strategic sectors of the country, to jointly promote the candidacy and bring the largest spa in southern Europe closer to potential snow-loving visitors.


The show, which will take place in the central lagoon of Termolúdico, wishes to convey through water games, lighting and scenic elements such as water vapour, bubbles, and aerial silks, the esteem for water as a source of wealth in the country in all its states: in a liquid state as a source of natural origin in Caldea and in a solid state in the form of snow on the slopes of ski resorts. In short, the show will be a tribute to the environment based on two of the Principality's great assets: hydrotherapy and snow. 


One of the protagonists of the sessions will be Sara Bernabeu, a professional dancer, actress, and acrobat who has participated in exhibitions such as the inauguration of the Johan Cruyff stadium of FC Barcelona, La Traviata at the Castell de Peralada Festival, the Circo Americano, various advertisements — including for Audi — and La Cenicienta at the Coliseum Theatre in Barcelona, among others. Bernabeu will partner with Rubén Menjibar, teacher of aerial silks, champion of Spain in the artistic modalities of pole dance and pole style.


The shows will be held for three months and will take place every weekend and long weekend from 9 October to 8 January. The shows will be held on Saturday nights (9:40 pm) and Sunday mornings (11:40 am), but over the Pilar holiday long weekend, on All Saints' Day, La Purísima, and Christmas, there will be an extra session on Friday nights and a double session on Saturdays (morning and evening).


For the first time in history, the Principality is a candidate for the celebration of the World Championships in 2027, the most important event in alpine skiing. A project for the whole country in which Caldea, as one of the country's main tourism venues, shows its support and participation in a year of promotion to international markets, before the vote that will take place in Portugal next May and in which the venue will be chosen. Andorra is competing with major resorts around the world, such as Crans Montana (Switzerland), Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany) and Narvik (Norway).



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