There's always something happening in Lanzarote!
Our Annual Fiesta Guide to Lanzarote shows the dates celebrated througout the year with links to more detailed programmes.
This book is a great guide to Puerto del Carmen: The Camel Guide to Puerto del Carmen and Tias
Check out our Lanzarote Agenda, this calendar can be viewed daily, weekly and monthly to find out what's on when in Lanzarote.
Each week we publish Nightlife which is a guide to the local events for that weekend in Lanzarote.
There's always a market of some description on somewhere in Lanzarote, see our Quick Guide to New and Secondhand Markets to find our what's on where.
Below you will find lots of articles about events in Lanzarote, please use the search box above to look for anything specific.
The Quemao Class 2015 surf competition is still waiting for the right conditions, so it’s not on this weekend and been postponed until February. There’s lots of events in Tías as the Fiestas de Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria y San Blas continues, here’s what’s on where in Lanzarote over the next few days.
Antonio de la Rosa (guitar), Eva Aroca (voice) & dancers María José & Esteban Flores will be performing flamenco after the inauguration of the exhibition Duende at El Chupadero in the La Geria wine region of Lanzarote on Sunday 1st February at 20:00. The exhibition includes paintings from A.BA. El Chupadero is situated behind Bodega Rubicón near Uga.
Puerto del Carmen:
The first edition of the read more »
Next week there are two English movies in Lanzarote on Monday the 26th and Thursday the 29th, but still only at Multicines Atlántida in Arrecife:
At 19:40 The Theory of Everything. Little was expected from Stephen Hawking (played by Eddie Redmayne), a bright but shiftless student of cosmology, given just two years to live following the diagnosis of a fatal illness at 21 years of age. He became galvanized, however, by the love of fellow Cambridge student, Jane Wilde (played by Felicity Jones).
And at read more »
There’s a variety of events this coming weekend in Lanzarote, both Tías and Tabayesco are celebrating the Fiestas de Nuestra Señora de La Candelaria which include trail runs amongst other events, there’s concerts in Arrecife, La Graciosa & La Geria with various artists and a kids show in the Biosfera Plaza in Puerto del Carmen, to mention a few. Here’s what’s on…..
Marlango are in concert at the Teatro Insular in Arrecife on Friday 23rd January to present their new album El Porvenir. The concert starts at 21:00 and lasts 90 minutes, tickets are priced at €15 and on sale at the Cabildo in Arrecife, reservations can be made via email firstname.lastname@example.org or on the night an hour before the start from the box office, if there is availability.
It’s been 10 years since Marlango played in Lanzarote, this duo includes former actress and singer Leonor Watling & trumpeter Alejandro Pelayo (it was a trio but Oscar Ybarra has since left). Genre: pop rock
More Info: www.marlango.net
De New Technocrats will be presenting their first USA edition “A Bittersweet Taste of Waste” at Callejón Liso in Arrecife on Friday 23rd January. The DNT duo create elegant and experimental electronic music inspired by the pioneers of techno in the 1980’s. Described as Thinking Punk Pop Electronic Fun. The venue is read more »
There are two new films available in English next week on Monday & Thursday evening at the cinema in Arrecife, Lanzarote.
At Multicines Atlántida in Arrecife:
The Theory of Everything at 19:40. This film explores the relationship between famous physicist Stephen Hawking and his wife, starting when he first meets her as a Cambridge student, although shy at first, they both get close. Featuring Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking and Felicity Jones as Jane, directed by James Marsh.
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) at 19:45. An American black comedy starring read more »
There’s a variety of concerts on in Lanzarote this weekend, plus salsa in Arrecife and a space night in Puerto del Carmen. Here’s what’s on….
It’s a special version of the Noches de Jameos at 22:30 this Saturday 17th January, the Toñín Corujo Quartet will be performing with José Manuel Díez and Markos Bayón plus actor Roberto Cabrera will take to the stage to recite a poem.
José Manuel Díez is an award winning composer, singer, writer and poet, one of his highlights was the anthem for the Spanish Paralympic team in London 2012. Markos Bayrón is a composer, producer and multi instrumentalist, he’s involved with important bands including Bebe, Perroflauta, Combolinga, Comando Macondo, Cathy Claret and Luis Pastor.
Tickets for this concert can be purchased from the network of Centros de Arte, Cultura y Turismo priced at €2 for Lanzarote residents, €7.20 Canarian residents and €9 non residents. The Jameos del Agua is open from 20:00 serving an à la carte for those who would like to dine before the concert. read more »
This year marks the 31st edition of the Festival Internacional de Música de Canarias, which includes three concerts on the island of Lanzarote and one on La Graciosa for 2015.
Full details and soundtracks from the artists can be found on the official website www.festivaldecanarias.com
Thursday 15th January 2015 at 21:00
Capella Istropolitana at the Teatro Insular in Arrecife. Tickets are priced at €15.
The Slovak chamber orchestra Cappella Istropolitana start the programme for Lanzarote, founded in Bratislava during 1983. Most of their members are well known soloists and have an enthusiasm to play as a small ensemble with an extraordinary sensitive feeling for style. The orchestra have read more »
One of Lanzarote’s attractiveness is that it is much more than a sun destination. Over the last few years the island keeps widening and diversifying what it has to offer. And this next one is certainly different, as Teguise will host the first Erotic Culture Fair on the island next March.
Spanish cities like Barcelona or Murcia, and even closer in Santa Cruz de La Palma have organised events of this kind in the past achieving a level of international impact, Teguise wants to be a pioneer in this area in Lanzarote, as a meeting point of anything to do with the culture around eroticism - not pornography, just to be clear. The Fair will, of course, be open to adults only.
They want to provide an environment where read more »