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Recall the Giants and Big-heads parade, one of the new Carnival Jumilla 2013 (06/02/2013)

Celebrations Councilman Antonio Valero, accompanied by Isabel Herrero, representing Calvary Street AAVV, and Juan Manuel Abellán, Councilman Services, presents the innovative activities organized by the Department for this Carnival 2013.

These activities are intended to promote the carnival in our town, with a big bet on the Department of Celebration, which is emerging strongly, thanks in part to the participation of young people, adding also, this year, to the smallest, Sticking Antonio Valero during the presentation.

The Giants and their entourage recovered after decades without parade, have been restored by Juan Lorenzo Hernandez, Municipal painter and decorator, and are one of the novelties of this year, the flagship of Carnival 2013, the poster image and programming hand.

The Carnival festivities begin on Saturday February 9, with the Carnival Parade Ecuador.

Ecuadorians will involve residents and different associations across the Murcia region and neighboring towns to our town, has Sticking Councilman.

After 22 hours, a tent in the garden of the Square will host a great celebration of Carnival with a performance by the Orchestra Evolution, will install a bar whose benefits will be for the AAVV of Calvary Street, and where held a costume contest individual and collective, whose trophies have also been conducted by Juan Lorenzo Hernandez.

Beginning at 12 pm, in the area of ​​Fiestódromo, younger can enjoy a great party with performances by various DJs.

During the afternoon of Sunday, the parade "Uncle Higuico" with the Giants and their entourage, accompanied by the musical group San Francisco, will start from the Teatro Vico, Albano Canovas and Martinez, to Calle del Calvario, where child and start the animation inflatables for children starting at 18 hours.

On Monday, after 17 hours the little parade, parade organized by the Child Care Association, and which is expected to draw around 300 people, with children in day care and traveling companions Cánovas, Ramón y Cajal up to the Calle del Calvario.

On February 12 and also as a novelty this year, I will make the Jumilla Carnival Parade which is expected to involve more than 1,000 people, who will visit the Plaza del Rollo, Canovas del Castillo, to Calle Martínez Albano Calvary, where there will be entertainment throughout the afternoon.

Valero wanted to thank Associations, Academies, AMPAS and participating dance schools and are making great efforts to work with the Department.

Meanwhile, Isabel Herrero, on behalf of the AAVV of Calvary Street wanted Jumilla invite people to join this party.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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