Redován 12/6/2017. The Council of Tourism of the City Council of Redován has joined the hotel and the Redovan party to organize a day that will take place on Saturday 17 the activity on the street, specifically the Plaza de la Paz, which will be the epicenter of a ‘Tapeo and Late afternoon ‘that also will travel with a charanga different places of the municipality. On Friday, the president of the Hosteleros Association, Miguel Ángel Antolinoz and Teresa Trigueros, from the Festera Board, presented the activity, together with the Town Councilor of Tourism, Clara Ezcurra. The mayor indicated that the day has been organized with the intention that the Redovans participate “but also the neighbors and neighbors of other municipalities of the Vega Baja, who come and know the rich redovanense gastronomy and other spaces of our town.”
The day is scheduled to start at noon noon at Plaza de la Paz. There, the eleven local participants (Harvest, Xatbar, La Pepa, Huellas, Jijonenca, La Bohemia, Delfox, Mari Jose, Asador La Finca, Los Pinicos and La Tapería) will mount the bars with food, while there will be another bar exclusively for The drink that will remain installed until late afternoon. Ezcurra has indicated that “popular prices have been fixed, 1.5 euros the lid and 1 euros the drink, which can be paid in a jaima that will be installed only for the sale of tickets.”
In addition to the bars, the Plaza de la Paz will feature children’s games such as mats and a mechanical bull and this will be spent at noon, also accompanied by music by a DJ. “At five in the afternoon it is expected that the charanga will arrive at the Plaza de la Paz and encourage the people who are there to accompany her for the route that has been designed”; Said the mayor, who points out that it is streets “for those who do not pass the parades of the parties and that has chosen the Board Festera to also have an activity related to the parties.” The group that will brighten up this parade will be the Charanga Los Feos. Back to the Plaza de la Paz the ‘afternoon’ will continue, the organizers calculate, until nine and a half or ten at night.