Etiqueta 'Sant Sebastià fiestas'


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Jason Moore14/01/2020 09:59


What's on in Majorca: 21-27 January

The hectic January fiesta period concludes on Monday with the Palma correfoc for Sant Sebastiá. Otherwise, the Balearic Symphony Orchestra season at the auditorium resumes, the best Queen tribute band are in Palma, and the spectacular show featuring the martial arts Buddhist monks from the Shaolin temple is also at the auditorium.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter20/01/2019 15:08


What's on in Majorca: 14-20 January

A week almost totally dominated by fiestas. Demons correfocs for Sant Antoni on Wednesday in Alaro, Alcudia, Maria de la Salut, Muro and Santa Maria, and in Andratx and Badia Gran on Saturday. Fireworks and pyromusical spectacular in Sa Pobla on Wednesday. Correfoc for Sant Honorat in Algaida on Tuesday. Palma's music night for Sant Sebastià on Saturday (the correfoc isn't until Monday, 21 January). Thursday is the main day for all the animal blessings. It is also the day of the pine climb in Pollensa.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter13/01/2019 19:30


British journalists invited to Sant Sebastià fiestas

Journalists from Love Exploring, Flux Magazine and The Culture Trip have been in Palma for the fiestas.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter24/01/2018 00:00


What's on in Majorca: 15-21 January

The biggest fiestas week of the year - Sant Antoni, Sant Sebastià and not forgetting Sant Honorat. Demon correfocs - Algaida (Monday); Alaro, Alcudia, Muro, Santa Maria (Tuesday); Palma (Sunday). And there's all the other stuff - Sa Pobla's pyromusical, the traditional blessings of animals, the climbing of the pine in Pollensa (and Puerto Pollensa), the music stages in Palma.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter14/01/2018 00:00


Majorcan acts dominate Palma Sant Sebastià party night

The big party for Sant Sebastià, with eight stages for music, is on 19 January.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter23/12/2017 00:00


Weather puts a damper on Sant Sebastià

The cold and the constant threat of rain convinced a large number of people to stay at home.

Humphrey Carter20/01/2017 00:00