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Friday, December 31, 2021

Low noise fireworks for 2022 in Santa Cruz

End of year fireworks in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

The City Council of Santa Cruz will will welcome 2022 with simultaneous pyrotechnic displays in the five districts of the city after the traditional New Year's chimes

Santa Cruz de Tenerife will welcome the new year with a low sound impact pyrotechnic display that will cover the five districts, as fireworks will be launched simultaneously from different locations. Councillor of Fiestas, Alfonso Cabello, "after the success achieved last year, we once again repeat a formula that visually encompasses the five districts, so that the joy of these fiestas will be closer to more people." And "that Santa Cruz is a city for everyone, so low noise pyrotechnics will be used again."

After the New Year's chimes, the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council has planned five launch zones for the fireworks, one per district. The usual location of the Plaza de España in the Centro-Ifara District, the Dársena Pesquera in the Anaga District and the parking lots of the Muelle de Añaza in the Southeastern District. In the Salud-La Salle District, land on José Antonio Escuder Street, on the corner of Las Cañadas Street, will be used for this purpose; and in the Ofra-Costa Sur District, the vicinity of the Juan XXIII Sports Center, located next to Maestro Borguño street, on the corner of Avenida Príncipes de España.

The current situation of sanitary restrictions led the City Council to desist in the organization of any type of party in the Plaza de España to say goodbye to the year, as was customary before the pandemic. (La Laguna too ruled out celebrations in the street for New Year's Eve.)

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