LS Tribu won the prize for Best Costume yesterday afternoon in the Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival Choreographic Groups contest, held at the Fairgrounds in the capital of Tenerife.
The Councilor for Fiestas at the Santa Cruz City Council, Alfonso Cabello, was in charge of presenting the award at an event that brought together 3,200 people and in which a total of 17 groups participated, which once again managed to delight the public with a display of rhythm and color.
The second prize went to the Arona City Council Cultural Board and the third, to the Tenerife Dance Project.
Crew of Dreams, Funkyguachi, Patronato Cultural de Arona, Wild Dance, En Paralelo Danza, Moana, Odali, Crazy Dancer, Yu-Funk Danceschool, Azahar, Luther King San Miguel LKS, Tenerife Dance Project, LS Tribu, Ibaute, Onys Escuela de Dance, Ballet Dance and Loli Pérez were the formations that participated in the contest in which its members showed the public the choreographies that they prepared for the occasion in recent months.
The festival featured the delivery of the single prize for Best Costume among the formations by a jury that was made up of María Yolanda Cañas Palacio, professor at the Fernando Estévez School of Art and Superior Design; Moisés Norberto Pérez Carrillo, senior technician in Applied Arts and window dresser; and Verónica Alberto Cámara, graduated in Fine Arts and art teacher.
The journalists Mónica Bolaños and Luis García Temprano were in charge of conducting this Sunday show, which was broadcast live by Mírame Televisión, El Día TV and Canal 4 and delayed by Televisión Canaria.
As of 2:00 p.m., the free seats began to be distributed so that members of the public could access the interior of the venue and enjoy this show, which began at 5:00 p.m. and lasted after 8:00 p.m.
This contest has been growing every year. Proof of this is that 15 groups participated in the Carnival held in 2022, while 17 did so in this edition.