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Thursday, January 02, 2020

Tickets go on sale on 2 January to see the Three Kings in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

The Three Kings at the Heliodoro Rodríguez López Stadium in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

In Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Los Reyes (The Three Kings) will arrive on Sunday 5 January 2020, as is customary, to the Heliodoro Rodríguez López Stadium, hopefully by helicopter. There doors open at 4 pm, for a show that starts at 5 pm and later, there will be a procession through the streets of the city starting from around 7:30 pm.

Tickets for the Arrival of the Three Kings and the show at the Helidoro go on sale on Thursday 2 January 2020 and and can be purchased at the box office of the Pabellón de Deportes (Tenerife Sports Pavilion Santiago Martin) for an amount of two euros, from 08:30 in the morning and 1:30 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., on Thursday, January 2, and Friday 3 and Saturday 4, while Sunday 5 will be from 8:30 to 17:00 hours.

In the district offices the schedule will be from 08:30 to 13:30 hours, Thursday, January 2 and Friday 3. Those who wish may purchase their tickets at the Offices of the South Ofra Costa District on Elías Bacallado Street number 2; in the offices of the La Salle Health District of La Granja Park; in the offices of the Centro-Ifara District on Afilarmónica Nifú-Nifá street number 32; in the Anaga District Offices on Pedro Schwartz Avenue in San Andrés and in the Southwest District Offices on Avegato street number 1-A in El Sobradillo.

A maximum of 6 tickets can be purchased per adult.

Some 18,000 people will meet at the stadium to enjoy a show full of energy, featuring a dance group of 700 children. Seven actors will interact with the public in a story with a lot of action where children will have to look for the formula to save the Magi from an evil candy thief, Mr. Don Carbon, who envied the inhabitants of the Kingdom of the Candies, because he could not live surrounded by so many sweets.

Mayor Patricia Hernández, will be in charge of delivering the key to the Magi once they are in the stadium, a magic key that will allow their Majesties of the East to enter the homes of all the children of Santa Cruz to leave them the precious gifts they look forward to.

Ticket sales will be for the benefit of 16 charities dedicated to children or with local children's projects; foster homes, social canteens and families with children without resources, or those with a disability. These are: Nuevo Futuro, Padre Laraña, Ahete, Apanate, Aldeas Infantiles, Aldis, Funcasor, Fundación Canaria Oliver Mayor contra la Fibrosis Quística, Colegio Oficial de Psicología, Asociación Asistencial Nahia, Asociación de Reinserción Social de Menores Anchieta, Centro Juvenil Encuentro, Noupops, Apremate, Sonrisas de Suroeste and Agrupación Educativa Jaslem.


Regarding the possibility that the arrival of the Magi to the Heliodoro Rodríguez López Stadium will take place by helicopter, the City Council of Santa Cruz de Tenerife confirms that it is carrying out all the necessary actions to make it possible.

However, it is now up to the State Air Safety Agency (AESA), and more specifically to the Aircraft Security Department, to grant the necessary permission to use the airspace and authorize the landing of the aircraft in the center of the field.

El 2 de enero comienza la venta de las entradas para ver a los Reyes Magos en el Heliodoro

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