After being absent for 2020 and 2021 due covid-19, The White Night will return to El Ejido's center with more momentum. It will be a program filled with fun, music and art as well as succulent commercial discounts.
This year's event will feature 35 performances, 45 performances, and more than 180 artists. It will take place in the city's center between 6 and 8 p.m. and dawn until the early hours of the morning. There will be a strong commitment to local artists.
Luisa Barranco (Councilor for Commerce) reflected on this slogan yesterday during the presentation of program in Patio de Luces.
The City Council and the Association of Shops and Services of El Ejido organized a great commercial, recreational and festive event that included more than 100 activities for all audiences. These activities were added to the municipal ones by close to 50 establishments who adhered to Noche en Blanco and offered discounts, contests, and promotions.
Barranco spoke out in this manner, emphasizing the importance of "quality of activities" and the quantitative leap in shows. This year, Barranco has increased the number of actions by 200% compared to 2019.
Start with a street march
The parade will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Auditorium. It will be followed by two parades, namely 'The Rising of the Phoenix' and 'Illuminating the Stars. These parades will be followed at 8 p.m. and 9:30 at a time, respectively. Magic will be performed on the occasion.
David Gonzalez and David Davis. Dance and music will be performed in the "youth space" with Nalia Palmero and Arand B, David Vento and DJ Fixi.
The 'circus area' will be held in Plaza Antonio Mira, with Viva Circus and Circo Zaz Show, while Aire y Fuego will be there. The Plaza de la Iglesia will host the 'animation space' with Maxidisco Aleju and Los Guardianes del Castillo.
You can see performances by Josemi Gcia, Carlene Graham, and the Clasijazz Gospel Choir at the Plaza Teatro. The 'Boulevar De las Melodies,' a cellist Maria Pelaez will entertain different sections of Boulevard with the saxophone, Jazz Poniente's guitar, and Ana Pello, as well as the oboist Ana Pello.
Music to Meet
Musica al Encuentro, also known as 'Musica al Encuentro,' is a concert that features performances at strategic locations in El Ejido. It includes Nalia Rudenko and Alejandro Violin Live. Angela Cuenca are the performers. Judith Alferez, DJ Peti Deluxe and the company Mahole Afro Sense. You can also enjoy the Dance with an Air Show in Cervantes Street.
However, the Plaza Mayor will be the focal point of the day, with three food trucks being installed to complete the gastronomic offerings. There will also be a giant table football, and a fun photocall.
The Plaza de la Constitucion will feature a classic, Garrido churros. In the Plaza Teatro, you can also enjoy Asian food.
The Plaza Mayor will host Nia Correia's concert as a finale to the evening. She is the winner of Operacion Triunfo, female lead in the musical El Rey Leon for many years, and finalist in Tu Cara Sounds like Me.