Queen complements the fifth edition of the book

11.19.2019     /     News author: Alexandra

Queen complements the fifth edition of the book
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"It has been a good climax to a program that has allowed the culture to be brought closer to the residents of the different vicarious neighborhoods for seven weeks," said the mayor of Vícar, Antonio Bonilla, in reference to the great chestnut with which he put the Final pin in La Puebla to the fifth edition of 'When September ends. Wake up to Culture '. With an esplanade of the Town Hall to overflow and a family atmosphere of encounter and coexistence from the first moment, Queen's music put a brilliant finishing touch to which Antonio Bonilla himself has described as "the great autumn party".

Seniors, adults, youth and children responded massively with their presence throughout more than seven hours of activity, given that shortly after mid-afternoon, the ejj company Alejú, represented their children's and family entertainment show 'The Autumn of the Stories', delighting the youngest with their performances and games as a prologue to the great chestnut, in which around 300 kilos of this autumn fruit were distributed, including aniseed, among an increasingly large audience, in a atmosphere that grew as the Remenber Queen concert approached.

Numerous people were occupying the stands installed on the esplanade to make the evening more bearable, while on the stage the band led by Piero Venery played the great themes of the emblematic British band, which would lead the great Fredie Mercury. We Are The Champions, We Will Rock You, Don't Stop Me Now, Bohemian Rhapsody and Another One, among others rang for two hours on the vicarious night to close a more than remarkable program.

'When September ends, Wake up to Culture', with five editions, it has established itself as one of the most attractive and participatory activities of the Vícar cultural calendar, linking one more year, the summer and winter cultural activities, and converting the spaces Vicars outdoors at family meeting points, at least once a week.

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