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Tonight is the 4th in a series of 6 Flamenco concerts to take place at the Salobreña Auditorium.  Tickets can be purchased at the Tourist Office, the Radio Station or the Casa de Cultura.  Don’t miss a great night out.

Tomorrow it is the rescheduled Andalucia Day festivities taking place in Fuente Park.  Lot’s of activities for the kids, the big Jamón slicing contest, Art, Music the works.. The Day is being called EncontrArte.  See promo below for more details.

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This is just a reminder, that this coming Saturday at the Auditorium in Salobreña there will be a live Flamenco performance by David de Jacoba, with Carlos de Jacoba on guitar and Lucky Losado on percussion.

Tickets are 12 euros only and the show starts at 21:30.  Get there early to ensure you get a seat!!

Here is a short video that I found on Youtube, to give you an idea what you will be seeing.

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I have just received an email from the tourist office here in town advising me of the events happening this month for all to enjoy.  Without further ado, here is the list.

 Exhibition by painter Francisco Moreno

Where: Salobreña Municipal Library- 2nd floor

When:  6th to the 20th of May: Monday-Friday 10am-1pm, 5pm-8pm// Saturdays 11am-1pm

Entrance Fee:  Free


 Monthly Car Boot Sale

Where: Parque  de la Fuente

When: 7th of May, 9:30am-1:30pm 

While there, make sure you stop by and see the Gals and Guys at Paws For Thought, our local animal rescue charity team.  Support them if you can with either a small donation or purchase one of the many goods on offer.  These people work tirelessly to home and spay the local stray animal population.


An Evening of Live Flamenco

An evening of Flamenco with David de Jacoba, with Carlos de Jacoba on guitar, Lucky Losado on percussion and featured guest artist Isaac de los Reyes

Where: Salobreña Auditorium

When: 21May at 9.30 pm

Entrance: 12 euros


Spring Concert

The Salobreña Choir

Performing works from the Renaissance up to the 20th Century

Conducted by: José Luis Serrano Acalde


The International Choir- South of Granada

Performing  popular songs of the Alpujarras

Conducted by: Cat Jary


The Banu Nay Quintet

Performing are:

Sergio Torres- Bass Flute

Chris Zeul- Alto Flute

José Angel Moreno- Tenor Flute

Marco Montovani- Alto Flute

José Luis Serrano- Soprano Flute

Performing works from the Renaissance period right up to the 2oth Century

Where: Salobreña Auditorium

When: 28 May 9 pm

Entrance: Free


Casa de Cultura Art Class Exhibition

On display will be the works completed by those taking courses at the Cultural Centre throughout the year. 

Included are Tapestries, Adult Painting, Decorative Painting, and Hand made Lace.

Where:  Salobreña Municipal Library

When: 7pm

NOTE*  This is the first evening of a 2 week show ending June the 10th.  From June the 1st to the 10th, hours are 6pm-8pm. 


Also on this evening the Music, Fashion and Dance Students from the varying classes will be performing at the Salobreña Amphitheater

Included are a fashion show, ballet, salsa, flamenco and live music.

Where: Salobreña Amphitheater

When 31May 8pm

Entrance: Free

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Just a reminder for all you locals out there, the procession starts at 830pm this evening from the big church up in the old town.. it is going to make it’s way along Calle Estacion and then down the hill via  Calle Juan VIII , continuing down Calle Rosario.. It takes ages to make the journey, so don’t worry about missing it, you are bound to catch up with it somewhere along the way.

On another note, I have been told that the restaurant El Postigo is going to continue with live Flamenco on Sunday nights.. last week was apparently packed, so make sure you get there early, or call to reserve a table. Twenty euros is all it is, and this includes dinner, wine and the show…Can’t beat that!


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