Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- The San Miguel Zapotitlan carnival magic culminated tonight with a colorful parade of allegorical cars of their kings and queens and their respective troupes, wearing the emblematic lottery cards through the main streets of the bustling community where joy overflowed.
The great party of this union that was held under the motto “Chorro y Llena”, the Mexican Lottery came to a close, which was in charge of Gladis Aide Gastelum Barreras, general director of the Municipal Institute of Art and Culture of Ahome who, on behalf of the mayor de Ahome congratulated the people of San Miguel for bringing these two days of celebration to a good end. There was also Verónica Medel Arce, Director of Tourism, and the majestic presence of Karla Carolina I, queen of Carnival; Esmeralda Ruiz Berrelleza, Queen of Floral Games; Karina López Queen Mayor; Adriana I Child Queen; Richard I, Child King; Francisco Fraijo Martínez, the King of Carnival and King Medina, King of Diversity.
The host Jesús Manuel Sánchez Manjarrez, Trustee of San Miguel Zapotitlan, thanked the support of all the authorities that made possible the great festival of the San Miguel Zapotitlán Carnival 2022 “Chorro y Llena”, as well as farmers, the organizing committee and parents. During the closing ceremony, recognition was given to the president of the Organizing Committee of the San Miguel Carnival, Everardo Hernández for all the effort to carry out these traditional festivities.
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The public present was able to enjoy an extensive cultural artistic program from an early hour with the Chamma group, the Kuyualim Folkloric Ballet, Evelyn Machado and Pilar del Rocío accompanied by the Mariachi Mexicanissimo, and the spectacular tradition of the burning of the castle. The party continued on the carnival stage with the music of the group Enlace, Los supremos de Sinaloa, Los otros de la sierra to close with the music of the band La Capirocha.
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