The party begins with the coronation of the Carnival King in the Sister Cities Park and ends with the second parade, on Tuesday, February 25
Mazatlan, Sinaloa .- This Thursday begins the maximum Buenos Aires party, the Mazatlan International Carnival “Somos América”.
It will be five days of excitement, music, and party, in different parts of the port, from Olas Altas to the Teodoro Mariscal and the Golden Zone. Every corner of Mazatlan will be dressed in streamers and sequins.
Access to Olas Altas will be free, where you will have a party every day of the great event.
The authorities estimate more than one million 300 thousand people in all events, and an economic spill exceeding 500 million pesos.
Thursday, February 20:
Event: Coronation of the Carnival King and the Carnival Prince, Paco Vazga and Fernando Espinosa.
Place: Sister Cities Park
Hours: 8:30 p.m.
Musician: Remmy Valenzuela.
_Friday, 21st of February: _
Event: Coronation of the Queen of the Floral Games, Brianda Lizárraga and delivery of the Clemencia Isaura poetry prize to Guanajuato Minerva Reynosa Álvarez
Place: Teodoro Mariscal Stadium
Hours: 8:00 p.m.
Musician: Pepe Aguilar
Saturday, February 22:
Event: Coronation of the Carnival Queen, Libya Gavica Farriols Place: Teodoro Mariscal Stadium Schedule: 20:00 hours Musician: Yuri and Carlos Rivera.
Event: Burning of Bad Mood and Naval Combat Location: High Waves Hours: 8:00 p.m. Character: Coronavirus
Sunday, February 23:
Event: First parade of the Mazatlan International Carnival “We are America” Venue: Starts at Sister Cities Park and ends at Valentinos Hours: 5:00 p.m.
Monday, February 24:
Event: Coronation of the Infant Queen, Valentina Íñiguez Place: Teodoro Mariscal Stadium Schedule: 18:30 hours Musician: J Balvin
Event: Los Recoditos Place: Sister Cities Park Hours: Unspecified
Event: Concert by María José Place: Olas Altas Hours: 11:00 p.m.
Tuesday, February 25:
Event: Second parade of the Mazatlan International Carnival “We are America” Place: From the Aquarium to the City Center Hours: 4:00 p.m.
Source: reaccion informativa
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