For the first time in seven years, Puerto Vallarta skips Carnaval celebrations

After seven consecutive years, this 2019 the Carnival celebrations and parade in Puerto Vallarta was not carried out, after a sudden and still unexplained situation.

The announcement was made public through the social networks in which the publicity of the event appears with a legend in English and in Spanish of “Canceled / Canceled”.

Among the publications is added: “With great anguish, the organizers announce the cancellation of CarnivalPV scheduled for Tuesday, March 5,” publishes Tim Longpr, PVRPV.com.

“We want to thank those who have supported the annual event in recent years, especially companies and organizations on the south side. Due to the increasing number of visitors to Puerto Vallarta, registration numbers were low. The additional time needed to participate properly is not available at this time of the year,” adds Tim, who notes that the people of Vallarta “dedicate their time to our visitors, to ensure that everyone enjoys our paradise.”

It also announces that for those who have paid, the refunds will be processed immediately.

“We would like to thank everyone for their continued support.”, states the publication circulating on social networks.

The Carnaval of Puerto Vallarta is an event that year after year was developed and began with the parade of floats that started from the vicinity of the Sheraton hotel and ended in the Romantic Zone, in which thousands of people from companies from Vallarta participated, as well as the LGBTcommunity.

Source: Vallarta Daily

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