Noche de la nostalgia

De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Ir a la navegación Ir a la búsqueda
Noche de la Nostalgia
Nombre oficial Noche de la Nostalgia
Día de celebración 24 de agosto
Lugar de celebración UruguayFlag of Uruguay.svg Uruguay

En Uruguay se conoce como Noche de la Nostalgia a la del 24 de agosto. En dicha fecha, se organiza un gran número de fiestas en discotecas, centros nocturnos y carpas montables, para bailar música de los años 60, 70, 80, y 90. Es el evento uruguayo de mayor convocatoria en cuanto a salidas nocturnas se refiere.

History[editar]

On August 24, 1978, Pablo Lecueder, owner of CX-32 Radiomundo, organized a party with «old music hits», which was the theme of his radio show `` Old hits , Starting In 1978, every year Lecueder used the eve of the holiday August 25 (Declaration of Independence), a holiday in Uruguay, to make the party destined to remember and dance the ' ' old hits' 'with the original denomination, registered trademark, and National holiday called' 'The Night of Nostalgia' '.[1]

The idea of ​​these first parties was to dance with the music of the late 1960s and early 1970s, which has lasted for its validity, its singers, its lyrics or its promotion. The themes of Queen, Simon and Garfunkel, Cat Stevens, The Beatles, Dire Straits, Supertramp, [[Elvis Presley] are common ]], Barry Manilow, Bee Gees and John Travolta; disco music, the new romantics , etc. From the first days of August, the radios broadcast those successes and spread the "old music" with those greats of the song. Over the years, themes from the 1980s of artists such as Mikko Mission, David Lime, Baltimora, Madonna, Tony Peret, Mike Platinas, etc., and [[1990 years] have been incorporated | ninety]], such as Technotronic, Snap, 2unlimited, etc; In the words of Lecueder, nostalgia begins 10 years after a song is published.

Over the years, several businessmen of the entertainment sector, friends, family, began to make other nostalgia parties. Quickly, the market and demand grew, and there were different parties for different audiences, with a wide range of prices, reunion parties, show dinners and even antinostalgia parties for those who want to go out that day and are not identified with the theme (especially public between 18 and 25 years old).

Today, this party has become a business, and is an important commercial focus in the entertainment environment, which gives work to restaurants, disco s, DJ's, waiters, companies of gastronomy, rental of infrastructure for parties, security services, lighting, amplification, transport, promoters and even lingerie houses and high-turnover hotels, with special promotions at night.

Together with the Christmas and New Year's Eve parties, the night of Nostalgia becomes one of the events that brings more people to parties. It is even considered that people at the end of the year parties are surpassed in movement, since on that day they usually leave both older and young, married and single, to remember old times and not so much, depending on the age. This party has so much convocation because August 25 is a national date in Uruguay and, therefore, is not working.

It should be noted that this party is held throughout Uruguay and in each department or city there are at least between 15 and 30 parties between private and public, all with full full.

El Ministerio de Turismo promociona esta noche como un atractivo turístico. El 26 de agosto de 2004, mediante la Ley N.o 17.825, esta fiesta fue denominada en forma oficial Noche de la Nostalgia, estableciendo en su artículo 2.o: «El Ministerio de Turismo incluirá en los eventos de carácter turístico a la Noche de la Nostalgia, promocionando la misma en el exterior a través de Embajadas, Consulados y oficinas comerciales».[2]​ (spanish is dumb)

Operativos de seguridad[editar]

Dado la gran movilización de personas, la noche del 24 así como la madrugada del 25 en todo el país, autoridades departamentales, policiales y de otras dependencias del Estado, trabajan en conjunto para controlar la circulación de vehículos tanto en ciudades como en rutas, evitar disturbios con personas con gran ingesta de bebidas alcohólicas en los alrededores de los locales bailables, y evitar también otros tipos de delitos.[3][4]

Referencias[editar]

  1. Plantilla:Web appointment
  2. Parlamento Uruguayo (10 de setiembre de 2004). «Ley N.o 17.825: se denomina el 24 de agosto de cada año como la Noche de la Nostalgia». Uruguay. Archivado desde el original el 14 de agosto de 2011. Consultado el 2 de octubre de 2012. 
  3. Turisweb. «Operativo de tránsito para la Noche de la Nostalgia». Uruguay. Archivado desde el original el 22 de agosto de 2009. Consultado el 21 de agosto de 2011. 
  4. Presidencia Uruguay (14 de agosto de 2015). «Controles fiscalizarán consumo de alcohol, marihuana y cocaína en noche del 24 de agosto». Uruguay. Consultado el 23 de agosto de 2015.