Things to do for everyone in Marbella this weekend!
At a loss for something to do in Marbella this weekend? Don’t worry – Manifesto Design has it covered! We have searched for exciting, interesting and educational events that are going on this weekend and have gathered them all here for you, so you don’t have to! With St. Patrick’s Day on Satuday and Spanish Father’s Day on Monday, there is a lot to pack in – take a look below and decide for yourself!
17TH & 18TH MARCH
This Saturday and Sunday, St. Patrick’s Festival (Free admission) at Marbella’s Parque de la Constitución, (close to beach promenade and lighthouse): from 12:00 AM TO 23:30 PM. Food and bars, Rock, blues and Irish & Folk music.For children, there will be inflatable castles, painting workshops and magic amongst other activities. Great fun for all the family!
FRIDAY 16TH MARCH TO SUNDAY 25TH MARCH
MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT MUSICAL: Good laughs with The Salon Varietes latest comedy in Fuengirola: a new musical lovingly ripped off from the motion picture MONTY PYTHON and the Holy Grail.
1st BIKERS CONVENTION at the Palacio de Congresos (Marbella Convention Center, next to Copper Tower): Goody bag for the first 500 registrations, tourist motorbike route at 12:00, raffles, trophy presentation, food, beverages, kids area and much more.
10.00 to 11.30 h. MEDIEVAL WORKSHOP: Plaza de la Iglesia, Marbella. Ages 8 to 12 years. Free of charge. Registration: email@example.com. “SALIDAS A LA NATURALEZA” 8:30 AM Nature trekking and walks – Climbing La Concha with the Sierra Blanca Environmental Delegation – Delegación de Medio Ambiente. Contact: 952 76 87 61 & “Mujeres en las Veredas” (Women on the Path), previous registration.
Both activities organized by Ayuntamiento Marbella.
6:00 PM – “FRANKENSTEIN. NO SOY UN MONSTRUO” PATA TEATRO (Frankenstein: I’m not a monster) THEATRE “CUIDAD DE MARBELLA” – Theatre show for all the family: Through this tender comedy, emotions come to the surface. Tickets: € 5
11:00 H – Guided visit to Tower Lance de las Cañas
(Urbanización Marbesa beach) with Juan Carlos García Romero, inspector of the Cultural Delegation, Ayuntamiento de Marbella.
FATHER’S DAY IN SPAIN – Musical venue at La Sala with West End lead performers: The Sound of Music, Mamma Mia, Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, and many others! A perfect way to celebrate Father’s Day in Spain: