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Funeral of the Sardine Festival Barlovento 2024

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1 de March de 2024 2 de March de 2024

The Sardinísima de Barlovento emerges as one of the most outstanding events on the island of La Palma. This year, the theme of the Barlovento sardine is centered on "sweets," as highlighted in the promotional poster with the slogan "Savor Life," a creative work by Besay Viña González. The municipality's carnival festivities will kick off on Friday morning and conclude in the early hours of Sunday. The celebrations will start with a carnival parade and the opening of kiosks for tasting fried sardines and local wine, setting the stage for musical performances, batucadas, the corsa race, and the emblematic sardine burial procession.

FRIDAY, MARCH 1

10:00 am Urban Center. Carnival Parade of the Educational Community of the municipality followed by a Children's Carnival Party.

2:30 pm Kiosk opening with tasting of fried sardines and country wine.

3:30 pm El Drago Venue. Performance by Parranda La Laja.

6:30 pm El Drago Venue. Carnival Bingo "Bring your best costume"

8:00 pm El Drago Venue. Musical performance by Pedro Rodríguez.

SATURDAY, MARCH 2

12:00 pm Urban Center-El Drago Zone. Arrival of the runners of the VII Edition Acantilados Trail.

2:00 pm El Drago Venue. Performance by DJ Equis.

2:30 pm Arrival of the SARDINÍSIMA to the El Drago area accompanied by its Widower and Funeral Procession.

3:00 pm Trophy presentation VII Edition Acantilados Trail.

4:00 pm Urban Center-El Drago Zone. Parade of the Coso of the Sardinísima with participation of batucadas.

5:30 pm El Drago Venue. Dance party with Orchestra Libertad and Clase Aparte.

9:30 pm Traditional procession with the burning of the SARDINÍSIMA accompanied by the Batucada Bloquinho Do Percussao Samba Tou de Barlovento and fireworks display. Followed by a dance party with the orchestras: Morocho Latin Brother and Grupo A Cuatro.

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