Santa Cruz de Tenerife is “in preparation mode” to finally celebrate its Carnival, scheduled for the month of June. This was revealed this Thursday by the mayor of the town, José Manuel Bermúdez, who awaits the announcement of the Governing Council on the end of the restrictions by COVID-19 to put his team to work.
Bermúdez has detailed that now there are going to be galas, contests and street festivals that will be held at least one weekend. In addition, the mayor of the capital of Tenerife announced that the May festivities will be held in the capital with a magician’s dance included, “without capacity or restrictions” and whoever “wants to wear a mask, he will wear it.”
There will also be concerts in the Plaza de La Candelaria, the gala for the election of the queen of the May festivities, as well as concerts and a flower exhibition in the García Sanabria park. “From now on, a program of street activities can also be developed to help recover the economy,” he added.