20 troupes and 10 floats will be the stars of Sa Rua in Inca

Feb 11, 2023 | Current affairs, Featured, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition

Sa Rueta is expecting more than 2,300 people from the different schools in the city.

Carnival time in Inca is upon us and the costumes will take to the streets of the city. The Inca Town Hall has prepared the events of sa Rua, sa Rueta and the burial of the sardine. The mayor, Virgilio Moreno, the councillor for citizen participation, Andreu Caballero, and the event’s organising team have presented the different events.

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Sa Rua in Inca

“The most important thing about these celebrations is the people; the comparsas, the schools, the amipas and the various collaborating organisations, they all make the town”, commented Moreno.

On 16 February, on the Thursday of Lardero, the city’s youngest children will be the stars of sa Rueta. An event in which all the schools in Inca will take part, with the participation of more than 2,300 children, fathers, mothers and teachers.

On Saturday the 18th of March the Sa Rua will be held. The festival will begin at 6 p.m. on Gran Via de Colom avenue and will follow a route through the streets of the centre to Plaça Mallorca. This year 20 troupes and 10 floats are confirmed to take part. At 7.30 p.m. the winners of the costume competitions will be announced, followed by the Carnival party.

On Tuesday 21 February, the burial of the sardine will take place with the traditional parade with the GEAI band to the Plaza del Ganado, the Cofre Antic dance and the solidarity sardine toast in aid of the Únic association, with the participation of the Sona Monda neighbourhood association.