The Councilor for Fiestas, Alfonso Cabello, advanced yesterday that the first night of the street party, that of June 23, Night of San Juan, and in which the Burial of the Sardine will be held, the music will end at three in the morning. As the mayor advanced, “that night there will be two scenarios already in operation, and we are not sure that Francisco La Roche’s can be ready on that date.” In addition, he added that the Burial of the Sardine will leave from its usual point, Juan Pablo II Street, as well as the Ride of June 24, which will do it from the avenue of Belgium.
That second night, Friday, the party will end at five in the morning, to begin at 12 noon on Saturday with the day carnivalwhich will tie with the night, which will end at six in the morning.
He advanced that the number of people expected is “very high”. As data, he pointed out that “hotel occupancy is 100%, the same as tourist accommodation, but also in La Laguna”. In addition, “the shipping companies have confirmed that they are reinforcing with three more ships and Binter will set up special flights.”