We had barely recovered from Fallas 2023, but the following three fireworks popped up on our Pyro calendar in April.
The Nit de Foc is the most anticipated night fireworks during Fallas. This year, the show was at a new shooting location in the City of Arts and Sciences.
Get ready for these two mascletàs, each of which was special in its own way. On March 17th, we were able to see the firework from atop Valencia's city hall.
We were so happy when we found out that Exposició Misser Mascó won this year, breaking the cycle of the usual winners.
During the Ofrenda, some streets in Valencia are practically turned into a catwalk. The Falleras march toward the Virgin in beautiful dresses, with their hair all done up, adorned with expensive jewelry.
For one month a year, the weirdly barren and flat concrete plaza in front of the City Hall is transformed into the nucleus of Valencia's most cherished obsession: the mascletá.
What better way to celebrate International Women's Day than by meeting the most important women of Fallas: the Fallera Mayor and her court? And we had the unforgettable honor of encountering them on the balcony of Valencia's city hall.
We do love the main days of Fallas, March 15th to 19th, but our favorite time are the weeks leading up to those days. There are so many things going on: parades, the Plantà, and tons of fireworks events which don't yet have huge crowds.
The Day of the Cridà has finally arrived! Every Valencian who is into Fallas has been waiting for this day the whole year. On the last Sunday of February, Fallas officially begins with a day packed with events to honor this special moment.
The Fallas 2023 fireworks program has been released, and it looks like we're in for a treat this year. March 4th is going to be very busy, with four big displays packed into a single day.