Program of the Valencia Fallas 2020

Next Sunday, 1st March, the usual Crida will take place in the Torres de los Serranos in Valencia. This event will mark the official start of the Valencia 2020 Fallas. But it won’t be the only event on Sunday. The thing will start very early (7:20 am) with a macro awakening. From the Calle de la Paz to the Valencia City Hall, the falleros warned of the beginning of the festival. Later, the Entrance of Bands and the Mascletà will arrive.

Finally, at 8 pm the Fallera Mayor of Valencia 2020 will invite Valencians and tourists to enjoy the Fallas of Valencia. Soon after, the city’s skies will be lit up with fireworks as the Fallas hymn is sung and people get excited…

And the show will begin!

Until March 19th – when the fire and flames will consume the monuments that have cost so much sweat, talent and money to build – a large number of events will entertain Valencians and tourists.

Here I leave you a guide so that you don’t miss anything of the Fallas of Valencia 2020:

Saturday 29th February

All day long. Opening of doughnut stands in the districts (until the 19th)
20 h. Amstel Fireworks Show.

Sunday, March 1st

7.20: Macro awakening and child awakening. La despertà consists of different small bands that go around the different neighbourhoods of the city waking up the staff with firecrackers and instrumental music at deafening volume.
12:00: Entrance of Bands of Music.
14:00: the first official mascletà of the Fallas of Valencia will take place, from the usual place: the Plaza del Ayuntamiento.
20:00: “Crida” at the Torres de los Serranos. At the end, pyrotechnic show.

From Monday 2 to Thursday 5 March

14 hours: Mascletà from the Town Hall Square.

Friday 6th March

12:00 h. – Departure from the Ronda Fallera de Coches de “l’Antigor”.
14:00 – “Mascletà” in the Town Hall Square.
20:00 Peace &amp concert; Rock & Fallas Valencia (Jardines de Viveros).

Saturday 7th March

14:00: mascletà in the Town Hall Square (Mediterranean Pyrotechnics).
5:30 p.m.: Ninot ride. Itinerary: Exit from the Glorieta, along Calle de la Paz, San Vicente, Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Marqués de Sotelo and end at Calle de Xàtiva. The Ninot Parade is a parade in which the Fallas commissions show their pardoned ninots, who will not be devoured by fire. Closing the Parade will find the first pieces of the municipal fault.
00:00 hours: colourful mascletà in the Town Hall Square (Mediterranean Pyrotechnics).

Sunday, March 8th

10:00 am: Contest of the Cant de l’Estoreta, organized by the Falla Plaza del Árbol and sponsored by the Junta Central Fallera
14:00: Mascletà in the Town Hall Square (Alpujarra Fireworks)
18.30: Sports Gala at the Reina Sofía Auditorium

From Monday 9 March to Thursday 12 March

14:00: Mascletà in the Town Hall Square.

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Friday 13th March

14:00 h. – “mascletà” in the town hall square
19:30 h. – Heritage Parade organized by the Town Hall, starting from the fish market, maria cristina and pza.
00:00 h. – “mascletà” of colors in the town hall square.

Saturday 14th March

14.00 h. – mascletà” in the town hall square 17:00 h. – closure of the children’s exhibition
17:30 h. – reading of the popular verdict and proclamation of the “ninot indultat infantil” of 2020

Sunday 15th March

09:00 h. – “plantà” of all children’s faults 14:00 h. – “mascletà” in the town hall square. 17:00 h. – closure of the ninot exhibition
17:30 h. – reading of the popular verdict and proclamation of the “ninot indultat” of 2020
00:00 h. “l’albà” of the faults in the whole city, with a pyrotechnic show in the Town Hall Square.

Monday 16th March

08:00 h. – “plantà” of all the faults
14:00 h. – “mascletà” in the town hall square
16:30 h. – gives out unlucky prizes. In the tribune installed in front of the town hall, distribution of prizes obtained by the children’s fallas in the different sections, as well as children’s presentations, ninot parade and children’s llibrets de falla.
00:00 h. – fireworks display at the Paseo de La Alameda.

Tuesday 17th March

09:00 h. – awards ceremony. In the tribune installed in front of the town hall, distribution of prizes obtained by the fallas in the different sections, as well as for the competitions of illuminated streets, presentations of commissions and of llibret de falla.
At 14:00 – “mascletà” in the town hall square
15:30-23:50h.: offering. The offering of flowers to the Virgin of the Forsaken begins. It’ll be over by midnight.
01:00 h: fireworks display on the Paseo de La Alameda.

Wednesday 18th March

14:00: mascletà in the Town Hall Square.
3:30 p.m.: second day of the flower offering.
01:30 hours: Gran Nit del Foc. Fireworks display on the Paseo de la Alameda.

Thursday 19th March

It is the great day of the Fallas of Valencia 2020, in which fire will destroy the monuments and the falleras will burst into tears.

11:00: The Falleras Mayores of Valencia and their Courts of Honour will make an offering of flowers before the image of the patriarch, on the bridge of San José. At the end of the event, mascletà sponsored by the Falla Doctor Olóriz.
12:00: Mass in honour of Saint Joseph in the Cathedral of Valencia, officiated by the Archbishop of Valencia and offered by the Central Fallas Board and the Carpenters’ Guild. The Falleras Mayores of Valencia and their Courts of Honour will attend.
14:00: mascletà in the Town Hall Square.
19:00 hours: Cavalcade of the Foc for the street Colón, from the street of Ruzafa up to the square of the Door of the Sea.
10:00 p.m.: cremà of the children’s faults.
22:30: cremà de la falla for children awarded first prize in the special section.
23:00 hours: cremà of the children’s falla in the Town Hall Square.
00:00 hours: cremation of all the faults.
00:30: cremà de la falla who has won the first prize in the special section.
01:00 hours: cremà of the Town Hall’s Falla.

With all this information you no longer have an excuse not to enjoy the Fallas of Valencia 2020 to the full.

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