Anniversary of Toma 3

LABoral to host a meeting of publishers and concerts by the Asturian artist Coco Moya and the Cuenca-born musician Iván Cebrián and The Glockenwise to commemorate the third anniversary of the new phase of this unique venue

10 September 2015

Leisure and culture are united in Toma 3, a multifunctional space born from the shop of the same name that has reinvented itself as a hospitality business where everything revolves around culture. Toma 3 is an unconventional space, open to all kinds of public, which aims to create a new style of leisure with an endless number of activities that make it a place that is not a café or bookshop in the usual sense. Numerous events take place within its walls, such as book presentations, screenings and concerts, always with the aim of being an important player in Gijón’s cultural life.

Reopened in 2012 as a bookshop-bar, Toma 3 has carved out a niche not only among those who like alternative venues, but also among all those who are looking for a place to spend a pleasant time surrounded by all kinds of films, books or comics that combine the two reference concepts of Toma 3: culture and leisure.


Meeting of Asturian publishers
Participants: Rema y vive, Aventuras literarias, Malasangre
Moderator: Toma3
Time: 19.00 h.

20.30 h.
Concert by the artist Coco Moya from Asturias and the musician Iván Cebrián from Cuenca, artists in residence at LABoral for the production of their work Menhir Instalación 0, winner of the LABjoven_Los Bragales Prize, jointly organised by the Los Bragales Collection -owned by the Cantabrian businessman Jaime Sordo- and LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial.

21.00 h.
The Glockenwise
Under The Glockenwise hides a young and effervescent Portuguese band that plays that melodic rock and roll with touches of sixties pop that is always a pleasure to listen to live and where the choruses and guitar arrangements stick like chewing gum to the soles of your shoes. Nuno, Cristiano, Rafinha and Fiusa, whose reference points are the sound of bands like Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall, MC5, Ramones or Iggy & The Stooges, have been fighting since 2007 with a single objective: to have the best time possible regardless of the consequences.