The traditional parties in the neighborhood of San Jose totanero and totanera council of La Huerta will be responsible for providing entertainment, cultural traditions and fun throughout the weekend.
On the one hand, the neighborhood of San Jose will kick off on Friday 5 September.
At nine in the evening at the fairgrounds, there will be a great festival with entertainment by Trio Nerea.
On the same site and ten at night held the competition for crumbs.
The local residents will begin the festivities on Saturday September 6th with the traditional Mass to officiate in the chapel of San José at six o'clock.
For its part, the little ones can participate in children's games such as Marathon, sack race and dancing in the block which will begin at seven pm on Saturday.
The evening will be enlivened by the quartet Eclipse will begin its action on the ten.
On Sunday September 7, last day of the holidays, the events begin at eight o'clock in the afternoon with the celebration of Holy Mass.
After the homily, the image will go in procession to be chaired by the pastor of St. James and local authorities.
The band's musical group will be responsible Totana to accompany the image of the Madonna during the tour.
The festivities will culminate with a performance by Jet Trio starting at nine in the evening.
On the other hand, this weekend is also the turn of the hamlet of La Huerta, celebrating their festivals during days 6 and 7.
On Saturday 6 September, the organizers have organized seven in the evening, the solemn procession, and then there will be the Mass, which will be sung by "Charrasqueado."
To attend, at six-thirty, was chartered shuttle buses from the door of City Hall.
That same day, at half past nine at night, a great festival will liven up the evening with a performance by Vocal ensemble "Dolchee Vita."
On Sunday, September 7, the day will begin at 0:30 with the celebration of Holy Mass, sung by the Youth Choir Our Lady of the Garden.
Then all participants can enjoy a delicious paella and afternoon is a traditional raffle.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana. Fotos: Totana.com