Visiting Spain this weekend? Fight the heat of July with some of this plans:
-Open air cinema sessions are back in town, and the title of this year’s edition says it all: Love is in the air. Don’t make plans for tonight and come watch Her at the Sant Joan de Déu gardens for only 2€. And don’t worry, the film will be screened in original version with Spanish subtitles, so feel free to join us!
-If you’re into street markets, you’ll be lucky enough to have the chance to choose between two of the most popular ones from the city this weekend: Palo Alto Market and Downtown Market , both on the 4th and 5th. Or you can just go to both of them!
-Bike lovers, we have good news for you: Barcelona Harley Days is back again one more year! Prepare yourself to attend to the biggest Harley Davidson event of Europe, share your passion with other Harley lovers and join the different activities organized during the weekend.
- After waiting for a log year, the Pride is back here! From July 1st up until July 5th people from all over the world will gather in Madrid to celebrate love together! This year’s Pride Parade is taking place on July 4th, the penultimate day of 2015’s edition. Add two “to-do” to your list: visit Chueca and join LGTBIQ+ parties at night clubs!
-After visiting Spain some months ago, Avishai Cohen is back in Madrid to perform at Sala Clamores tonight at 21:30. Don’t miss the chance to see one of the best trumpeters alive playing the third part of his triology Triveni, Dark Nights.
-Who says you need to be in the USA to feel American? During this weekend, Moraleja Green’s gardens will celebrate the American Street Food Festival : 3 days of food-trucks and decoration that will make us feel as if we were in the streets of New York eating a hot dog next to the Brooklyn Bridge.
-Are you looking for a calm plan for today? Nocturama has organized a very special show for tonight: La Habitación Roja and El Imperio del Perro will be playing at the CAAC at 21:00.
-Sevilla’s nights have a name now: Veranos del Alamillo. From today up until July 31st, the Alamillo park will host shows at night-time everyday, from concerts to flamenco, copla and magic shows. Just be there at 22:00 -21:00 on Sundays!
-The history’s always been written by men and some women who have done great things are just unknown names now. Sevilla4real’s Mujeres ilustres sevillanas route will tell us about some of the most important female characters from Sevilla’s history and shows us what were their lives like.