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Children's New Year's Eve moves this year to the Barnuevo esplanade in Santiago de la Ribera on the morning of December 31 (21/12/2018)

The youngest will take the "twelve lucky treats" with party favors and music and the older ones will enjoy the music of "Ochenteros" that can be paired at the time of the aperitif

The children will have their own New Year's Eve on the morning of December 31 in the barnuevo esplanade, Santiago de la Ribera where they can take the "twelve lucky treats" to the rhythm of the twelve strokes of midday, enjoy a musical show and dance to the rhythm of young Dj's.

The councilman of Celebrations, Pedro Lopez and Manuel Sotomayor, organizer of the event, presented this morning at the City Hall of San Javier the second edition of Children's New Year's Eve, which last year was held in the Plaza de España, San Javier, and This year it moves to the Mar Menor, with a second part in which the Ochenteros group will play to put music at the time of the aperitif.

Children's New Year's Eve is an activity for the whole family that will begin at 11 am on the Barnuevo esplanade with the musical performance of "Crazy Dream" whose component will be masters of ceremonies during the 12 strokes, with sweets and party favors, which will be delivered to the children attending.

Young Dj's will play dance music for the youngest, before the performance of the group "Ochenteros", with Toni Beteta and Oché Cortés who will play music at the aperitif time in the Barnuevo esplanade.

The mayor of Celebrations, Pedro López invited the public to enjoy this event with the family so that both the children and their companions spend a different morning and say goodbye to the year together in a fun way.

Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier

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