Once Carnival in Valleluce was celebrated in an absolute unique way. During the last Sunday of Carnival in fact, they used to do the parade of The Twelve Months, which is the representation in the form of a cortège of the homonymous composition of rhyming verses. The parade was mainly composed by twelve people, who all sing a verse of the song; and they’re all dressed up so they can represent the assigned month. The cortège then was followed by musicians who played folkloristic instruments for the singers, spectators and masked children. On February 26, 2017 though, thanks to the Cultural Association “Vagliù”, this ancient custom was repurposed and appreciated again. In the same season, Palluott, the traditional Carnival game, is still played today. It consists of two teams that face each other in throwing as far as possible a wooden disk rolled up with a string, so that it goes through a series of limits marked with different lines to obtain points.