The sixth edition of the Meeting of Latin Rhythms was a huge success. This activity has been a popular one and this year it broke all records. The performance was called "The magic of dancing" and took place in the bullring. There were many people eager to see the performers and cheer them on. A solidarity component was also part of the activity. A portion of the proceeds from the ticket will be donated to ALES (Association for the Fight against Blood Diseases).
After two years of disconnection due to the pandemic it was decided to restart the meeting and give everything. The outdoor space was selected, and the San Nicasio arena's sports pavilion was changed. The Department of Health teamed up with the Youth area, Citizen Participation area and the Center for Active Participation to create an outdoor space. This event was attended by nine local sports centers as well as several private companies.
Around 800 people from all walks of life performed the various choreographies before the audience. It was a great atmosphere of music and dance, as well as animation. From children's groups to older people, there were also users from other groups as well as people with all types of disabilities who dance. There was a greater number of men than there were women, despite the fact that there was a majority of female participants. What was most striking was the fact that the dance was matched by those who wore sportswear and stepped on to the albero, regardless of their skill level.
Thanks to the participation of local sports clubs, such as Factory, Nuevo Atalaya Fitness Club and Bailayzumba; Marywoman; La Clave Danza Studio, Fitness Bailoterapia; Ubeda Sport; Ramoni Dance School, Aquasport, the event was possible. The Eucharistic Brotherhood of the Holy Supper managed a bar service that allowed people to cool down and regain their strength.