Yes, Las Fallas will be back! If the COVID-19 measures allow it, Las Fallas 2021 will be held from 1-5 September 2021. The program is shorter than usual, but at least there will be Las Fallas in Valencia again for the first time since 2019!

Program Las Fallas 2021

Below you’ll find some highlights in the program of Las Fallas 2021. The full program can be found on the website of the Tourist Office of Valencia.

Wednesday 1 September

08.00h:Plantà“, set-up of all children’s fallas.

14.00h:Mascletà” (loud fireworks display) at different locations throughout the city.

00.00h: “Nit de L’albà” (fireworks display) at the fallas around the city.

Thursday 2 September

08.00h: “Plantà”, set-up of all children’s fallas.

14:00h: “Mascletà (loud fireworks display) at different locations throughout the city.

17.30h: Awards ceremony for the children’s fallas at Plaza del Ayuntamiento

Friday 3 September

09.00h: Award ceremony for the other fallas at Plaza del Ayuntamiento

14.00h: “Mascletà (loud fireworks display) at different locations throughout the city.

17.00-00.00h: Flower offering to Virgen de los Desamparados.

Saturday 4 September

09.0000.00h: Continuation of the flower offering to Virgen de los Desamparados.

14.00h: Mascletà” (loud fireworks display) at different locations throughout the city. 

18.0000.00h: Continuation of the flower offering to Virgen de los Desamparados.

01.30h: “Nit del foc (fireworks display) at different locations around the city. 

Sunday 5 September

10.00h: Continuation of the flower offering to Virgen de los Desamparados.

14.00h: “Mascletà” (loud fireworks display) at different locations throughout the city.

22:00h: “Cremà (burning) of the children’s fallas. 

22.30h: “Cremà (burning) of the children’s fallas awarded with the first prize. 

23.00h:Cremà (burning) of the children’s falla at Plaza del Ayuntamiento

00.00h:Cremà (burning) of all fallas in Valencia. 

00.30h: “Cremà (burning) of the falla awarded with the first prize. 
01.00h:Cremà (burning) of the falla at Plaza del Ayuntamiento.

Want to read more about Las Fallas? Check out the dedicated webpage for this amazing street festival!