This Saturday was the coldest day in June in the last 77 years. However, the Night of the Pedestrians was a success and gathered a huge number of people who braved the low temperatures to shop, taste food and enjoy live music.
On the eve of Father’s Day, business owners from Córdoba and San Martín came out to take advantage of the opportunity to boost sales on the street. According to the Municipality, on this occasion Eight proposals for walks and commercial galleries were added.
Given the important turnout, the mayor Paul Javkin drew a positive balance that went beyond the level of participation. The head of the Palacio de los Leones stressed that the squares and streets were clean at dawn this Sunday and highlighted the task of the Urban Hygiene staff. “We do our part,” he concluded.
One of the main novelties of the Night of the Pedestrians matinee was the cosplay contest by the organizers of Crack Bang Boom. On the eve of her return after three years without activity due to the pandemic, the international comic book convention put on an excellent parade on the esplanade of the Roberto Fontanarrosa Cultural Center.
Plaza Montenegro was not the only place where eye-catching costumes and artistic productions were seen. At night he also went for a walk a person who played the role of spongebob and drew attention in another sector of downtown Rosario.
For those who enjoy music, six micro-stages with bands and groups of different genres worked from afternoon to night. At the same time after the cosplay parade there was a dance in Plaza Montenegro from the hand of the DJ Droopy Faiola.