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Málaga Events

Málaga 2016 events

International Jazz Festival

Date (To be confirmed):
November 2016 (November.)

National and international names from the world of jazz and blues play vari ......

National and international names from the world of jazz and blues play various venues around town.

Venue:
Various venues.

Category:
Music

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Málaga 2017 events

Carnaval

Date (To be confirmed):
February 2017 (February/March, always 7 weeks before Easter Sunday.)

Seven weeks before Easter, this is the most colourful festival of the year ......

Seven weeks before Easter, this is the most colourful festival of the year with street parades in fancy dress, bands on stage, the Carnival Ball and a Grand Procession through the streets culminating in fireworks on the seafront.

Venue:
City centre.

Category:
Entertainment

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Semana Santa (Holy Week)

Date (To be confirmed):
March 2017 (March/April, always the week before Easter Sunday.)

During Easter week, large-scale religious processions parade large floats o ......

During Easter week, large-scale religious processions parade large floats of Christ and the Virgin through the main streets, accompanied by mournful music and hooded penitents.

Venue:
City centre.

Category:
Religion

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Festival de Málaga Cine Español

Date (To be confirmed):
April 2017 - May 2017 (April.)

A high-profile festival of Spanish films, with local legend Antonio Bandera ......

A high-profile festival of Spanish films, with local legend Antonio Banderas often in attendance.

Venue:
Teatro Cervantes.

Category:
Theatre & Film

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Fiesta de San Juan

Date (To be confirmed):
June 2017

Bonfires and fireworks celebrate the solstice and large caricature 'guy' fi ......

Bonfires and fireworks celebrate the solstice and large caricature 'guy' figures meet a fiery end down by the beach.

Venue:
City beach.

Category:
Culture

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Feria de Málaga (Málaga Fair)

Date (To be confirmed):
August 2017 (August.)

Málaga's chief festival involves folklore, music, food and wine, dressage ......

Málaga's chief festival involves folklore, music, food and wine, dressage and bullfighting in a heady mixture which takes over the central streets by day. By night the action moves to a giant free funfair by the lighthouse.

Venue:
City centre, Bullring, Fairground.

Category:
Food & Drink

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