Spanish holidays. Find the most important holidays in Spain & Latin America 2011. Las Fallas, San Fermin, Holy Week, Cervantino, Tomatina...
In Spain and Latin America there are celebrations in every month of the year. When we plan a trip to another country we want to submerge ourselves in the culture and learn about its traditions. This event calendar includes all of the most important holidays so that you can plan your trip and live Spanish.
Sevilla European Film Festival (Until November 15)
The 11th annual Seville European Film Festival (SEFF) will take place from November 7-15. 120 short and full length movies will be shown in the festival's new home—the Nervión Cinema and in digital format. There will be more than one showing for each movie to accommodate the largest number of spectators possible.
In Concert: La Maravillosa Orquesta del Alcoholl
The Maravillosa Orquesta del Alcohol (Marvelous Alcohol Orchestra) folk-rock band will perform in Alicante as part of their "¿Quién nos va a salvar? (Who Will Save Us) Tour. The concert will take place on November 7 in the Sala Stereo. Opening for them wil be the band Suerte.
XII Festival de Música Española de Cádiz (Until November 29)
Over 30 concerts in different locations are scheduled to happen around the city of Cadiz. Classical, pop, and many more genres are to be performed. You can find complete information about the event (and an event program beginning on page 8) in the press release for the twelfth occasion of the Spanish Music Festival of Cadiz. http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/presidencia/portavoz/resources/files/2014/10/27/1414417010577DOSSIER%20PRENSA%20XII%20EDICI%C3%93N%20FESTIVAL%20DE%20M%C3%9ASICA%20ESPA%C3%91OLA%20DE%20C%C3%81DIZ%20-%2024%20octubre%202014.pdf
II Campeonato Mundial de Padbol (Until November 23)
A total of 7 countries will compete in the second Padbol World Championships being held in La Nucía, Alicante (Spain), proof that Spain won the event last year. Padbol is a fusion of football (soccer) and paddleball. Competition will be held at the Ciutat Esportiva Camilo Cano de La Nucía between the 20th and the 23rd of November. The first Padbol World Championships were held last year in Argentina. The 7 countries participating this year will be: Argentina, Mexico, Uruguay, Sweden, Italy, Portugal, and Spain. Competing teams are made up of 2 players, except for Spain who will have 3 since they are the defending champs.
La Bohème, de Giacomo Puccini (Until November 29)
Between November 25 and 29, in Santa Cruz de Tenerife’s Adán Martín Auditorium, one of Giacomo Puccini’s most famous operas is to be performed, La Bohème. This updated retake on the classic bohemian story will feature staging by Giovanni Scandella, music from the Symphonic Orchestra of Tenerife lead by Aldo Sisillo, and performances from the Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti of Módena, Italy.