Kapikua triumphs in the Carnaval Museum Costumes Contest

Kapikua first prize in the man and woman costume, David Méndez first individual prize

The Palace of the Carnival is refilled to witness the XXXIII Contest Costumes Museum of Carnival. At 21:30 h., The local Peñas presented their costumes with which they will participate in the Piñata Sunday Parade. The winning costumes in the modality of men and women, will remain during the next five years in the Museum of Carnival ‘MOMO’, the winning costume in the individual modality, will do so for a year.

The prizes were the following:

Individual Costume

Prize 200 euros sponsored by Certrade Azulejos y Pavimentos, David Méndez Mendoza, theme “From Geisha to Warrior of the Zodiac”

Women’s Costume

Prize 400 euros sponsored by the City Council of Miguelturra, Peña Kapikua, theme “The Chronicles of Narnia” 

Men’s Costume

Prize 350 euros sponsored by the City Council of Miguelturra, Peña Kapikua, theme “The Chronicles of Narnia”

Once this contest was over and while the jury was deliberating, the prizes of the II Showcase Contest of the Carnival were given, this event has caused the local shops to show the festive and carnival atmosphere that Miguelturra breathes in these dates.

The event has been organized by the Small Commerce Association and the City Council of Miguelturra. The jury composed by Diego Rodríguez, Councilman of Celebrations of the City council of Miguelturra, Julián Arévalo and Raúl Domínguez, president of the Carnival Association of Miguelturra, granted the following prizes:

Best Composition and Design Award, gift voucher sponsored by Viajes Rodrigo and Rodrigo’s Inmobiliaria, for Óptica Lara.

Originality and Innovation Award,  gift voucher sponsored by Distribuciones Sacra, for Electrodomésticos Tere.

Special Audience Award, bgift voucher for a trip sponsored by the City Council of Miguelturra, for Mercería Blanco y Rosa.

All the winners received the corresponding diploma, mask of the carnival, 30 spots of publicity in Radio Miguelturra and an announcement of 8 by 11 in the BIM of the month of April.

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