San Ignacio, Sinaloa.- Coyotitán in the municipality of San Ignacio, will dress up this November 21 and 22 to celebrate Musician’s Day.
The region classified as the cradle of great musicians of international stature will be on long tablecloths in an event promoted by the Ministry of Tourism.
In a press conference, the Undersecretary for Tourism Promotion, Estrella Palacios, on behalf of the Secretary of Tourism Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, said that with this first edition they want to give greater tourism impulse and projection to the municipality and Coyotitán.
This celebration is in honor of Santa Cecilia, the patron saint of musicians.
In addition, the tourist authorities indicated that this event also seeks to increase the number of tourists and to cause a revival in the economy of the region.
Within the festivities, a cultural-artistic festival will be held on November 21, with the participation of local musicians and singers (children and adolescents), and local merchants will hold a gastronomic corridor.
The following day the activities in honor of Santa Cecilia will take place, which will culminate in a free popular dance with the group Hombres de Valor (young people from the municipality).
The tourism director of San Ignacio, Carlos Piña Cruz invited the community in general to participate in the tribute to the musicians and to enjoy a totally familiar atmosphere, he added.
In turn, the trustee of Coyotitán, Eric Rodríguez Souza, announced that starting next year the construction of the musician’s school will begin in the place, in order to give impetus and development to the talents of the region.
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