The annual Taucho ethnographic days are working to rescue and celebrate the local heritage, during the celebrations of the ‘Virgen de Coromoto’. The sucess of the annual event is down to the work of a local team made up of residents of the area and Town Hall staff . The event is now in it’s 9th year.
TAUCHO ETHNOGRAPHIC DAYS, ‘FIESTAS AND TRADITION’ TAUCHO-LA QUINTA 400 YEARS (All events in Spanish)
Friday June 21st
El Almácigo Cultural Centre
8pm: Institutional event. Conference on the history and tradition of Taucho and La Quinta, with Carmen Rosa Pérez Barrio, a doctor of history.
Showing of documentary, ‘Fiestas y Tradición. Taucho-La Quinta 400 años’
Homage and recognition of all of those who have contributed to the evolution of the local fiestas
Saturday June 22nd
Photographic exhibition of 400 years of fiestas and tradition
11am: Depart from Taucho to La Quinta
11am: Farm animal exhibition
12 noon: Sung mass in La Quinta, with Santa Ana group
1pm: Music and dance
2pm: Depart for Taucho along the streets of the village, with music and song
2.30pm: Taucho, fiestas
Representations and scenes in the streets of Taucho with A.C. Imoque and the residents of Taucho
Opening of local bars, music and dance
Display of Canarian wrestling
6pm: Presentation of documents from the Adeje archive, photographs of fiestas gone by
6.30pm Inauguration of an ‘allegorical’ mural in the Taucho plaza
7pm – midnight, Dance in the Taucho place with Toke Latino.