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How to Celebrate La Tomatina, World’s Biggest Food Fight in Spain

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La Tomatina is The Tomato Fight festival held every year on the last Wednesday of August in the town of Buñol close to Valencia in Spain. It falls on August 26, 2020. Yet, World’s Biggest Food Fight, The Tomatina, is the most recent of Spain’s notable festivals to be canceled because of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Tons of individuals advance from all corners of the world to fight in this current ‘World’s Biggest Food Fight’ where more than 100 metric tons of over-ripe tomatoes are thrown in the lanes.

Covid-19 may have kept another event from occurring however La Tomatina is set to live on, yet in slightly different conditions, as the festival goes virtual.

Read More: La Tomatina Festival 2019: What is La Tomatina, how could it start and where does it happen?

The great sights, sounds, and memories of La Tomatina will be virtually made for the current year as the has challenged occupants, and individuals of over the world, to send videos of them throwing tomatoes.

In typical times, the town of Buñol in the Valencia district of eastern Spain would be free for all of the arrangements with swarms of individuals rushing to the in participate in what has become the world’s biggest food fight.

In any case, this is certifiably not a normal year and like celebrations all over Spain that have been canceled in the Covid-19 pandemic, the annual Tomatina won’t be occurring in 2020. In any event, it won’t be occurring in its usual format.

What ordinarily occurs at 11 am on the roads of Buñol on the last Wednesday in August is truly muddled.

Trucks stacked with exactly 180,000 tomatoes – an expected 145 metric tons worth – roll into town to give pulpy ammo to the 20,000 or more partygoers packed into Buñol for the event.

This year on what is the 75 anniversary of the first Tomatina, the town council of Buñol is asking fans from the whole way across the globe to participate in the festivals.

This includes organizing your food fight using tomatoes, or a trick including total immersion in tomatoes or tomato juice, and uploading the footage onto social media with label #TomatinaChallenge.

Using the hashtag #TomatinaChallenge, the Buñol City Council has made another bit of history for the festival, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary on August 26, by challenging individuals to record a short (horizontal) video of themselves “receiving a shot from a tomato, spilling tomato, or anything that arises from the imagination, “to celebrate the Virtual Tomatina,” read an announcement gave by the council.

“We Buñolenses want our party, we have a love for our traditions, for our parties and in this way, we can all participate in this edition as well,” described the Mayor of Tourism-Tomatina, María Vallés.

Members must post their videos on social networks with the hashtag #TomatinaChallenge.

The town hall intends to use the footage to form part of a dedicatory documentary so requests videos to be shot in landscape format.

Videos ought to be horizontal, or landscape, as opposed to vertical or portrait, since they should be uniform – the council wants to assemble them all to make a full-length, memorial 75th-anniversary’ documentary’.

Among all the videos, 10 double tickets and 10 cups will be wagered for Tomatina 2021.

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