The Carnival of Elota Sinaloa starts Friday the 15th


Thousands of tourists can enjoy the participation of 5 musical groups and 18 floats, on March 15, 16 and 17 the municipality of Elota, said Fernando Aguiar Soto

With 23 years of tradition this 15, 16, and 17 March, the Carnival of Elota will take place with the theme “Puro Sinaloa” 2019, where it estimates to receive around 65 thousand people and reach an economic outpouring of 12 million pesos, said Fernando Aguiar Soto.

The director of the Municipal Institute of Culture of Elota said it is a family event, where visitors can enjoy three days of celebration with tranquility because the event will be safeguarded with 108 security elements, including Civil Protection, Fire and Red Cross.

“The theme for this occasion that is going to be presenting” Puro Sinaloa “is more than anything to give a boost to the culture of Sinaloa, especially to everything monumental, to the gastronomic themes of flora and fauna, and above all also to the characters that we have throughout this beautiful state, “he said.    

On March 15 will be the coronation of the Queen of Poetry, the Queen of Fantasy, and Queen of Children’s Carnival, with the participation of the Mazatlan artist Fran Zata, while on Saturday March 16 will crown the Queen of the Floral Games and the Carnival Queen Ashley Gómez I.

He added that with the participation of the artist Tony Ferrer, and from 22:00 hours party lovers can enjoy dancing with Banda Sarape and Grupo Rebeldía with a cost of $ 150 per person. 

Finally, on Sunday, March 17, there will be a traditional parade with 18 allegoric cars, which will represent the different municipalities, accompanied by comparsas and live music, starting from the Monumento a la Cruz to make the tour through the main streets of the city. city, later the great dance with the versatile group Mas Show de Mazatlán, this completely free.

The official stressed that La Ciudad de la Cruz has four hotels, with a total of 180 rooms, so 60% is reserved. 

Source: linea directa

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