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SCRAPWORLD 2024: Europe’s Premier Streetwear and Sneaker Event Draws Over 12,000 Attendees

With over 12,000 attendees, SCRAPWORLD once again solidifies its position as the most relevant event in both the national and European streetwear and sneaker scene. Held at IFEMA over the past weekend, the 5th edition of SCRAPWORLD saw a record-breaking turnout, doubling the number of visitors from previous years.

The main stage hosted eagerly anticipated moments with performances by renowned artists such as Villano Antillano, Abhir, Juicy Bae, and Soto Asa, alongside various activities organized by over 18 major brands.

For the fifth consecutive year, the national urban fashion fair SCRAPWORLD has become a social phenomenon for streetwear and sneaker enthusiasts. The creators of this event, byCalitos along with partners Miguel Antón and Juan Villegas, once again demonstrate their unwavering commitment to the fashion industry and urban culture. They highlight the event’s significance as a meeting point for national and international brands to showcase their latest offerings to diverse audiences.

The event attracted talents, influencers, and recognized actors such as Ana Matamoros, Mygal, Nil Ojeda, Nicole Wallace, Paula Cendejas, and actor Álvaro Mel. SCRAPWORLD has undoubtedly become the most relevant event, not only in Spain but also in Europe, for sneaker fanatics. This edition was sponsored by leading brands cherished by Generation Z and Millennials, including Adidas, Porsche, Lacoste, Foot Locker, Pull&Bear, Chivas, and Mahou, who continue to drive the best encounters between people.

Highlighting the main stage performances were concerts by Villano Antillano, Abhir, Juicy Bae, Soto Asa, Israel B, Bon Calso, Hoke, Ralphie Choo, Ill Pekeño & Ergo Pro, and MDA, providing a musical backdrop throughout the weekend. Besides the music, the festival was packed with activities, including a large football pitch sponsored by Real Madrid in collaboration with Adidas.

Over two days, sneaker and urban fashion enthusiasts had the opportunity to explore the fair featuring the most coveted national and international fashion and luxury brands, spanning across 12,000 square meters of exhibition space. Among them, attendees could exclusively purchase items from nearly 70 urban fashion exhibitors, including We are not friends, Cold Culture, Eme Studios, scuffers, and fake Gods, among others, making SCRAPWORLD 2024 an unmatched experience.

Following the success of previous editions in Barcelona and Madrid, SCRAPWORLD cements its position as one of the most prominent events in the urban fashion industry in Spain and Europe. With a strategic change of location and a solid commitment to the streetwear community, the national fair.

Words: @annaamaso