La Local Board Fallera, with the aim of keeping in mind the Fallas In a week as important for the group as that of the Santíssima Sang de Dénia, of which they are a very active part, it has programmed a series of commemorative events to keep the fallera and party flame alive on such important days for the Dianenses .
In compliance with the required health measures, on Monday 5th the exhibition will be inaugurated in the Ale-Hop space of Fora Mur Dénia floats. The Battle of Flowers. 1903 to the present. It is a sample coordinated by the Dénia Falleros Studies Collective, in charge of the culture delegation of the Fallera Local Board. The exhibition will feature historical photographs and samples of the materials used to create the Dénia floats. It can be visited, free of charge, until Sunday, July 11.
On Tuesday July 6, when traditionally the Fallero Day would be celebrated, the Christian Penalba concert will take place in the auditorium of the Social Center. The singer-songwriter from La Alcúdia will present his new album Changes, with a repertoire made up of style singing, jotas, fandangos, seguiridillas, bolero and malagueña, and it travels the Valencian territory from north to south, but also enters Castilian and Murcian lands. Admission is free but registration is required through the link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1faipqlsdc3ekdfmg_74x-lk7gwy3udk_j8etljabnu-sj8apyphk3dw/viewform.
The events will end on Friday, July 9, with a tribute to the bodybuilders of the history of the fallas de Dénia. It will be at 19:30 p.m. at the Social Center, with free admission but also with registration through https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1faipqlsd9nft6tmnw0wqew8g031krpm66yzitw63xlsxo8zcxdeieba/viewform.
President of the Local Board Fallera, Jaume Bertomeu, has emphasized that, historically, the fallas of Dénia occupy a fundamental place in the program of the Santíssima Sang festivities. In the first place, with the celebration of the Day of the Fallero, in which the commissions go out to the streets from early in the morning with music and cucañas and then participate in the Calle Marques de Campo and end the day with the act of exchange of batons between the presidents; and finally with the great parade of floats that traditionally runs through the streets of the center of Dénia on the second Saturday of the party week, becoming one of the great days of the Dénia festivities. "All this will return, but now is the time to act with knowledge and vindicate the role of the falleros and falleras of Dénia in their big week of partying," said Bertomeu.