Every year, dozens of young women and girls from Yecla dress up in their gala costumes, full of excitement to present themselves as the queens and ladies of the Festival of Saint Isidore the Labourer.
From the Town Hall to the Concha Segura Theatre, the queens and ladies from last year and the current year ride along with the town crier and various Town Hall officials to begin the festivities.
The festival’s individual clubs provide annual donations of basic products to those who need them most. The people of Yecla dress up in their finest clothes and take their gifts to the Basilica de la Purísima.
It is the main day of our festivities. The parade floods Yecla with its joy, festival floats and the general revelry of locals and visitors enjoying the atmosphere.