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The National Folklore Festival of Jumilla is again meeting of cultures (16/08/2016)

Light, color and fantasy again shake hands at the National Folklore Festival City Jumilla, which has served again as a meeting of cultures during the first part of 2016. Fair and Festivals Glorieta Square has once again filled with the public to enjoy the opening session, the closing and to experience live a new folk evening, this time with the popular music of Azarbe Murcia and Túa.

The 33rd edition of folk appointment has traveled the lands of the kingdom of Granada through a full show of purity and feeling with coastal dances inspired by the verdiales traditional, rollovers, fandangos and jots the north of the province, what is he has joined the Flemish zambra.

The group arrived from El Campello has left a sample of dance throughout the Valencian Community, with traditional boleros, and an adaptation of the seguidillas schooled.

From Requena traveled own ancestral ritual dance parades and festivities with a dance snail reminded of 'The Arm' of Jumilla.

Attendees were able to experience live a selection of jots and mallorquines boleros interpreted by the group from Andratx, with a lively rhythm, elegant and unique personality.

From Villacañas (Toledo) the oldest and genuine seguidillas of the Spanish tradition, declared of cultural interest were.

And from the heart of the rural area of ​​Murcia, Zarandona, they taught jots and malagueñas with a very characteristic uniqueness and a song of great difficulty.

And he not missed the Group of Songs and Dances of Jumilla who returned to thrill the audience with the Fandango of Jumilla and the elegance and majesty of their movements.

The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, present in both sessions, received along part of the municipal corporation to all groups in the plenary hall of the City of Jumilla with the usual delivery of commemorative souvenirs.

They did not lack the parade, folklore in neighborhoods and the Eucharist with the participation of groups that ended up shaping this edition 33 that is history.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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