Huércal-Overa Town Council presents a new edition of the Noche en Blanco to be held on 10 June, inspired by the world of the Circus. The mayor, Domingo Fernández, and the councillor for Economic Promotion, Mónica Navarro, explained the programme and the details of this night of shopping in the municipality.
Navarro explained that the programme will begin at 17:00 hours with the opening of the 55 participating shops, which will offer significant discounts throughout the day, and gifts to their customers. The parallel activities will begin at 18:30 hours “with the parades that will start from the Theatre, the first to do so will be the students of Ria Pita and the School of Ballet of Huércal-Overa to finish with the shows of A World of Colour and Circodrome that will be happening in different shopping areas and will also be visiting the participating shops throughout the day”.
From the City Council “we continue to support our trade, putting the magic and illusion of the circus in the shops of our town, a theme that aims to fill the streets of Huércal-Overa with joy and fun”.
As in previous editions, the activities are characterised by mobility in the different shopping areas with music and dance in motion with the aim that all participating businesses have activities in the programme designed. “There will be magic, illusion and music throughout the town with the aim of encouraging shopping in local businesses. Shopping will be rewarded with a great prize draw for a Mediterranean cruise for two,” said Navarro.
It is worth highlighting the great discounts in the participating shops of up to 70%. The shops will be decorated around this theme. To reward the loyal participation during all the previous editions of the Noche en Blanco, this time the Town Hall will raffle a gift box for a one-night stay in paradors for those establishments that have been characterised with a circus theme.
The mayor, Domingo Fernández, invites residents and visitors to take part in the Noche en Blanco, “take the opportunity to shop at more affordable prices and take part in the programmed activities”. Fernández added that from the Consistory we continue to support local trade with various campaigns and proposals to make it more attractive to shoppers while we continue to provide it with training tools for the modernisation and digitisation of local trade”.
Shops will be able to stay open until 12pm.