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Pyrotechnical shows before Fallas:
Saturday, February 23:
Vertical mascletá by Ricardo Caballer at Valencia’s Marina (biggest so far!). Night event, hours TBA.
Sunday, February 24: Cridá
7 am: Children’s despertá starting from La Paz St. towards City Hall Square. Consisting of a despertá (early mascletá) for children and teenagers (8 to 14 years old) accompanied by adults, and a music band playing along the sound of the crackers.
7:30 am: Despertá for adults with the same route as the one for children.
2 pm: Classic mascletá in City Hall Square in charge of Pirotecnia Valenciana.
8 pm: Cridá at the Serranos Towers by Valencia’s Fallera Mayor of 2019 surrounded by its Court of Honor, kickstarting Fallas officially.
Fireworks for March, during Fallas:
From March 1st to March 19, every day at 2 pm: Mascletá in City Hall Square.
March 18 at midnight, on the Alameda Promenade: “Fireworks castle”, ending with the Nit del Foc (Fire Night) approx. at 1:30 am, when all Fallas (except those saved) get burnt.