In just a few weeks, El Ejido will celebrate its patron San Isidro's birthday. Residents of El Ejido are already planning to experience some of the most intense festivities they have ever experienced in recent years.
The San Marcos celebrations filled El Ejido's streets, as well as the Noche en Blanco and Theater Festival. Francisco Gongora is the mayor of El Ejido. He hopes that the San Isidro celebrations will again spark joy in the streets.
They have created a complete calendar for five days of celebrations from the Culture section of El Ejido City Council.
Before we start the activities calendar, however, tomorrow will see the traditional election of Queens, children, and youth. This includes more than 40 candidates.
The traditional distribution of the celebration book and approximately 2,000 commemorative fans will also take place during this first day of festivities. This, according to Julia Ibanez (Councilor for Culture), has become a tradition for many collectors.
It will soon be nightfall, and it will be time to officially open the celebrations with the proclamation. This year's honor will go to Gabriel Gimenez from Ejido who was a former head of the Municipal Sports Institute. He has been a significant contributor to local sports promotion and an international referee. Gongora stated that Gongora was a person who is closely connected to sport and has helped to provide infrastructure and equipment for the municipality. He also served as an international referee and advocate of sport as a means of cohesion and the development of society.
The Queen and Ladies of the Festivities will be coronated after the proclamation. After that, the musical program will start. This year's program will include interesting free suggestions, which can also be enjoyed in the municipal parks. On Wednesday, you can enjoy a Tribute to Rock performed by the El Ejido Symphonic Band or the Los Vinilos version.
Thursday night will be dedicated for young people from the land. Friday and Saturday will be occupied by Taxi and Banda del Capitan Inhumano. On Friday and Saturday, two concerts will be held in San Isidro.
Pyrotechnics Festival XXIV is back with three companies participating that will light up the Ejido skies. It will be Pirotecnia Tamarit's turn on June 30, Pirotecnia Turis will take over on July 1, and Pirotecnia Pibierzo will take control on July 2.
On Friday, the Park will host an exhibition featuring eight human statues. Some of these figures will be brought back from abroad.
The fairgrounds will feature more than 30 attractions, 19 skill games stalls and 15 food stalls.
Children's Day will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, with 50% off tickets. There will be an inclusive fair on both days, from 6:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.
Ejidos voices join the youth festival "San Isidro 477".
The calendar of activities created by the Department of Culture of El Ejido this year provides a great youth program, as well as the opportunity for young people from Ejido to participate.
This will mean that Thursday 30 will be dedicated for the youngest citizens of the municipality. The performance by Nyno Vargas will begin at 9:30 pm. He will be performing a free concert in which he reviews his rap, flamenco, and reggaeton music. Then, he will perform at the San Isidro 047 festival, which is a festival that aims to showcase some of the local musicians. K, Ato, Cura, Jeroconjota, Tercio, and La Hydra 3.0. A concert that begins with a cockfight and ends with individual performances.
Yesterday's presentation of the programming at El Ejido City Hall gave a glimpse of what concertgoers can expect.
Additionally, the San Isidro Fair will feature eight booths along Perez de Arenaza Avenue and 'La Candela, making it a total number of 9. The Midday Fair opens at 1:00 p.m., with the closing hours starting at 21 hours.
Francisco Gongora, El Ejido's mayor, stated that the program would continue for one more year. "The venue will revolve around the fact that, thanks to its integration with the Municipal Park will host important free concert and that continues adapting to the demands of what El Poniente is looking for in a fair city," he said.