The venerable brotherhood of María Santísima de la Aurora offers tours to visit the heritage that its 15th-18th century chapel boasts. In addition to the chapel’s artistic value, this brotherhood has kept Lucena’s tradition of the campanilleros alive since it was founded in 1717.
The campanilleros sing traditional religious songs, accompanied by guitars, handbells and other instruments and sing the rosary to Aurora. All groups tend to sing the same songs, but some groups use their own words for some of the songs, and their individual way of interpreting them. The clothing worn by the campanilleros is also a distinguishing feature.