After the widespread cancellations imposed by pandemic precautions last February, the different carnivals in the municipality are settling their festive debts with the year 2022. Although Llano de Brujas was celebrated in early April and Cabezo de Torres last Saturday He chose his muse and muse with a great gala in the Plaza Circular de Murcia, yesterday it was the turn for the great Beniaján Carnival parade.
The twenty troupes -three of them foreigners- who toured the district yesterday had, for now, to face a scenario not initially foreseen: that of the sticky summer heat. This circumstance led, first, to delaying the usual departure time until 8:30 p.m., also taking advantage of the greater number of daylight hours. On the other hand, many groups chose to adapt the outfits designed for the cold month of February to the conditions of the end of June, something that was not possible in all cases, with which more than one participant had to sweat the drop fat woman.
The colorful delegation followed its usual itinerary, leaving the José Cánovas Ortiz garden. The parade counted on its return, after more than two years in white, with a children’s header, with different characters, and a batucada. This festive march was closed by a float in charge of distributing gifts to the little ones. The tour concluded, one more year, at the Monteazahar Sports Pavilion, where the traditional awards ceremony was held with recognition for the best costume, troupe, makeup, choreography and the most original proposal.
The celebration also culminated with a youth party –DJ included–, closing a long weekend in which, in addition, the 7TV journalist María Pérez read the proclamation –last Friday– and a contest was held of mojitos –on Saturday–. The carnival has returned, hoping to recover its usual rhythm in 2023.
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