There are many festivals in Malaga that not everyone knows. The Malaga Film Festival monopolizes all the headlines of the local, national and international press year after year. However, there are many other extraordinary events that you will love when looking for things to do in Malaga. In this post we want to gather all these local events and festivals for you to combine with Malaga’s cultural guide PREÁMBULO. You will never be bored!
Los Jardines de La Térmica 2021: Multidisciplinary Festival in Malaga
La Térmica | Malaga
June 25 – July 31
This Malaga event celebrates its second edition, between June 25th and July 31st, thanks to the success achieved in 2020 by proposing safe and outdoor activities. Last year about 1300 people enjoyed one of the few Malaga festivals that in 2020 offered pop, trap, indie and electronic concerts from the local and national scene.
This year, in addition to concerts, the festival Los Jardines de La Térmica 2021 offers a symphonic programme and three theatre proposals. The symphonic programme will be performed by the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra, but will also feature special sessions of symphonic flamenco, symphonic jazz and symphonic tango. The theatre proposals will be led by Kinexcencia and its stage improvisation laboratory, Roberto from Popacaemia Fama and La cabra from Espejo Negro.
The concert programme will be headed by Dani & Glenn Brath DJ, Chico Blanco & Innerkid DJ, Ladilla Rusa & You To Me DJ and Dreyma & Festiboy DJ. In case this is not enough for you, July 24th will be Transdisciplinary Night, a night in which visual artists, musicians, dancers and actors collaborate on an interdisciplinary project that offers a scenic, visual and musical experience without labels.
Festival Terral 2021 in the Heart of Malaga
Teatro Cervantes | Malaga
July 5 – July 31
The Terral Festival is one of the most awaited Malaga events. In its 2021 edition it fills the stage of the Cervantes Theatre in the capital of the Costa del Sol with top-notch national and international artists. From Mariza to Kiko Veneno, as well as Broukar and its Syrian rotating dervishes.
On July 5th, the new edition of the Terral Festival kicks off with Noa’s return to the Malaga stage, four years after her last visit. In addition, those attending the festival will be able to enjoy two performances by Rocío Molina and one of the most respected voices in Spain, that of the soprano Ainhoa Arteta.
In addition to Noa, the Portuguese Mariza and Salvador Sobral bring the international scene to this Malaga festival, as well as German-Nigerian Ayo and Broukar and their dervishes, who come from Syria. This year, as a novelty, we can also enjoy Terral… in your area, a series of Malaga events that offer free concerts of jazz, swing, blues, flamenco and country that can be enjoyed in the different neighbourhoods of Malaga.
Write down the dates from July 5th to 31st, because this Malaga festival stands out for its feminine prominence and its intimate and warm atmosphere like the authentic “terral” wind brings to the city.
Acompasao: Flamenco Festival in Malaga
Cerro de San Cristobal | Velez-Malaga
July 30 – August 20
Among the various festivals in Malaga dedicated to flamenco, at Hotel Alcazaba Premium we would like to recommend the Acompasao festival for its wonderful setting in Cerro de San Cristobal in Velez-Malaga, the capital of the Axarquia region (just 30 minutes from Malaga city) and for its excellent programme.
This year, in its fifth edition, the organizers of this festival will allow us to enjoy the art and flamenco fusion of Cristian de Moret, Alba Molina, Lin Cortés and Diego Amador.
Every Friday from July 30th, with the inauguration by Cristian de Moret, flamenco singer and multi-instrumentalist, until the closing ceremony on August 20th, with pianist Diego Amador, flamenco lovers have an appointment in Velez-Malaga. Alba Molina will delight the attendees with a tribute to her parents, the legendary Lole and Manuel, and Lin Cortés will bring us closer to the freshest and most renewed flamenco that he himself defines as “Gipsy Evolution”.
If you were looking for things to do in Malaga to enjoy flamenco, now you have no excuses.
And remember, keep an eye out for the latest updates on this publication if you don’t want to miss the most outstanding festivals and events in Malaga. Because at Hotel Alcazaba Premium we want to make you enjoy great experiences when you walk through our doors and also when you go out to discover the life of the city.
There are many festivals in Malaga that not everyone knows. The Malaga Film Festival monopolizes all the headlines of the local, national and international press year after year. However, there are many ...
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