More than 15,000 people enjoyed the Haunted Park this Saturday installed in the Dam, an initiative organized by the City Council on the occasion of the Halloween party that had to be postponed on October 31 due to the weather. The mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, visited the site yesterday and stressed that “now more than ever, after these very hard months of pandemic, we want our neighbors to begin to regain normalcy and enjoy activities with family and friends.”
The councilor, who emphasized the importance of holding events respecting security and protection measures against Covid-19, thanked the work and dedication of the Party delegation, “which has achieved transform this enclave into an amusement park for all ages ”, and the collaboration of the local dance academies that were in charge of entertaining the day on the stage installed in the central area.
“We have wanted to continue betting on a format that has already had great success on the occasion of the San Bernabé festival,” said the first mayor. Specifically, the Haunted Park of the Dam had a space, with more than 50 free attractions, reserved for both children and adults, where they could enjoy passages of terror, laser combat activities, a ghost bus, a living cemetery, trampolines, mini-benches and a boat ride.