What’s on in Mallorca from Friday to Sunday. Demons’ correfoc for the Sant Sebastiá fiestas.
Every January, Mallorcans gather around bonfires to roast different kinds of meat, drink wine and sing folk songs for the fiesta that is Sant Antoni. Following is a list of dates, times and places you can join in!
Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the best basketball show in the world from inside the court by purchasing tickets for the GLOBETROTTERS EXPERIENCE.
What’s on in Mallorca on Saturday and Sunday
The Chemical Brothers, Vetusta Morla and Peggy Gou lead the first confirmations of the sixth edition of Mallorca Live Festival.
Christmas Wonderland at House of Son Amar. House on Son Amar’s Christmas Wonderland is now open for business!
What’s on in Mallorca on Saturday and Sunday – Mallorca events for December 9 to 11, 2022.
Miliki is a seven-year-old boy who dreams of being a clown. His wishes are to make people laugh and to compose songs, so that he can travel the world with a circus. One night, he writes down his wishes.
The sixteen-member Black Heritage Choir is from Mississippi. Its director is pianist, organist and composer Jerry Calvin Smith, who is a professor at Jackson State University.
Christmas in Mallorca wouldn’t be complete without the circus, brought to the island each year by Circo Alegría, a circus full of happiness which almost certainly isn’t linked to the Circo Alegría of Barcelona in the late nineteenth century.
Mallorca events for November 11 to 13. What’s on in Mallorca from Friday to Sunday
Halloween or Hallowe’en (a contraction of “All Hallows’ evening”), less commonly known as Allhalloween,All Hallows’ Eve,or All Saints’ Eve, is a celebration observed in many countries on October 31, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows’ Day.
Ginbo Bar has long been considered the best place to sink a gin in Palma by locals.
Halloween season is creeping up on us, and for those looking for something to do on the island, here are a few events I think you might like!
Giants and pipers procession from the town hall: L’amo de So Na Moixa, the Mad Miller of S’Estol del Rei en Jaume, when the bigheads first ventured into Puerto Alcudia