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Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival 2011

Carnaval Queen in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in 2011, Naomi Cabrera Pulido

Carnaval Queen in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in 2011, was Naomi Cabrera Pulido, with a costume entitled, "Cien años de historia" (One Hundred Years of History), designed by Leo Martínez and representing newspaper El Día, who won for the 3rd consecutive year.

In 2011, the court was made up as follows:

  1. 1st Maid of Honour: Fabiana Milena Vera Martínez, with a costume entitled "Cabaret", representing Tranvía de Tenerife (Tenerife Tram) and designed by Santi Castro.
  2. 2nd Maid of Honour: Sonia Hernández Fumero, with a costume entitled "Freyja", representing Centro Comercial Meridiano and designed by Saliarca Creativos.
  3. 3rd Maid of Honour: Carmen Idaira González Díaz, with a costume entitled "Felicidad" (Happiness), representing Redetel Telefonía S. A. and designed by Juan Carlos Armas.
  4. 4th Maid of Honour: Naomi Cordobez Hernández, with a costume entitled "Canaima", representing Floristería Tin and designed by Juan Carlos Armas.
The theme of Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival in 2011 was "Enrique González and the murgas of the Canary Islands". The theme honoured, Enrique González Bethencourt, the father of the murgas, founder of several carnival events, such as the Burial of the Sardine and of murgaAfilarmónica Ni Fú-Ni Fá, who had died in 2010. The stage at the International Centre for Trade Fairs and Congresses had decoration dedicated to Don Enrique with portraits formed like a great clown costume. To the sides, trumpets and instruments characteristic of the murgas. The gala for the election of the Carnival Queen was directed by Sergio García. The final of the murga contests was held, for the first time, at the Heliodoro Rodríguez López Stadium with an audience of 20,000 people.