January 04 from 2021 - 13: 34
Again, the pandemic forces to postpone the dianenses festivities. This time it is the Mig Any de Moros y Crisitanos that the FEMMICC celebrates every year during February to celebrate that there is only, as the name suggests, half a year for the big August festivals, which are still in the air waiting to see how the coronavirus evolves.
"We must be responsible; we cannot and must not, given the circumstances in which we live, encourage or encourage agglomerations and concentrations in any way, both indoors and on public roads," they have announced from the FEMMICC.
Now, the federation is committed to maintaining two important acts that they consider do not pose any risk to the health of the festeros or citizens, which they point out that they have great significance for the filaes. These acts that will continue despite the cancellation of Mig Any are the mass in honor of the deceased festivities and the children's drawing contest. In both acts, work is done to improve the format and bring it into line with COVID standards.