La Zubia will be celebrating San Juan Nepomuceno's birthday from May 12-16. These festivities are back after being prevented from taking place for two years due to the pandemic. The Department of Festivals of the City Council have prepared a comprehensive program of cultural, sporting, and children's activities that will start tomorrow at 9:30 pm with the chupinazo at the Fairgrounds.
Puri Lopez, the mayor of La Zubia and Natalia Arregui the Councilor for Festivities presented today the program. "These festivities are undoubtedly one the most important in the recent years, because of the enormous enthusiasm with which we have prepared after over two years of pandemic in which we haven't been able to celebrate as many things," said the councilor.
In the next days, you will see groups like La Guardia (this week at 10 p.m.), La Jaula Rock Band, Friday at 11 p.m.), DJ Cocodrilo, Friday at 11 p.m.), La Tentacion, Friday at midnight), Vintash and Melodias on Saturday at 11 p.m., or Sergio Contreras on Sunday at 10:15 p.m. These performances will continue until they reach their full capacity.
The mayor stated that "In addition, this is a novelty: the bar of the municipal booth, which they have been requesting for many years, will be managed entirely exclusively by the Association of Hoteliers of La Zubia," number of parties.
The councilor recalls the installation of the largest municipal tent in the history of La Zubia by the City Council and the Association of Hoteliers of La Zubia. It covers more than 2,000m2, has two stages, and provides greater ventilation. This replaces the existing political party booths. This measure was unanimously approved by all municipal groups, with the exception of the PP who voted against it.
San Juan Nepomuceno's festival schedule also features activities like a charity "zumbathon", whose proceeds will go to La Zubia Voluntaria and Vivir sin plastic. (Saturday, 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.); many plays and a Raptor Exhibition; a "gymkhana" of intergenerational games, or the ninth edition 'Flamenco Has a Woman's Name'.
La Zubia's mayor encourages residents and visitors to "enjoy these holidays and all of the activities that have been organized with the whole family." You can find the complete La Zubia celebrations program at this link.