To finish, the last day is dedicated to the tribute and remembrance of those who have left us. Starting from El Morer, a country house where Saint George’s relic made its solemn entry in 1780, participants walk up firing arquebuses until the cemetery, where the celebration of the mass in the open air takes place. This is a single event within the festival of Moors and Christians, in which the town’s citizens feel like nobody else the memory of their best-loved deceased. When it is completed, all people gather in the surroundings of the hermitage of the Saint Christ, where the representatives for the next year are proclaimed and they are given the bumps. At noon, participants walk down to the town firing their arquebuses. In the evening, the move of the small image of Saint George is carried out by each comparsa to the home of the new representative.