The Municipal Booth of the Patron Festivities of Puerto Lumbreras 2019 last night hosted the Festival of Choirs and Dances 'Virgen de Rosario' as one of the first performances that take place within the broad program of activities planned from the City of Puerto Lumbreras.
Thus, hundreds of Lumbrereans were able to attend this event that this year was inspired by "the bouquets that were previously offered in the houses by the young men they wanted, on the eve of Palm Sunday," according to the president of the group, Joaquin Stephen.
And it is that every year the lumbrerense group performs the representation of a customary theme of Puerto Lumbreras such as the collection of almonds, the slaughter, the laundry or the baptism, among others.
Thus, "this new edition has continued with the history of the previous year through scenes typical of everyday life before," as Esteban points out.
The festival began at 10 pm, after a festive day that also hosted the inauguration of the Noon Fair in Pedro García Rubio Avenue, the concert of 'Street Goblin', and the Triduum in honor of the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary in the Parish Church with the celebration in addition to the Holy Mass.
The day of Friday is scheduled to open the Medieval Market at 10.00 am in its usual location (San Rafael Park), free visits to the Medina Nogalte heritage site from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and the performance with David Andreu's free admission at the Rociera Midday Fair (5:00 p.m.).
Already in the afternoon, the Day of the Mayor will also take place with "copla and humor" in the municipal booth, the official opening of the Medieval Market (7:00 p.m.) and the Riá Pitá children's festival in the Municipal Booth at 8:00 p.m. h., in addition to the Triduum in honor of the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary in the Parish Church with the celebration in addition to the Holy Mass and kissing (from 7:30 p.m.).
And at night concerts of 'In Vivo' (Tribute to Il Divo) at 22:00 in the Municipal Booth, and from 23:00 Sergio Contreras, Indara and Manuel Delgado in the Carpa Joven.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Puerto Lumbreras