What's On

What's On in Lanzarote

There's always something happening in Lanzarote!

Visiting Lanzarote this year, click though to our monthly what's on pages which are updated daily as new events are announced to see what's happening during your visit to the island.

What's on November 2015 What's on December 2015
What's on Christmas & New Year 2015-2016 What's on January 2016
Lanzarote Carnival Dates & Information 2016 What's on February 2016

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.

Our Calendario Laboral de Lanzarote has the list of bank holidays / fiesta days in Lanzarote. We also publish the school holidays for 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.

English Cinema in Lanzarote 8th & 11th February 2016

There are two new movies in English next week on Monday and Thursday, neither of them suitable for the faint-hearted:

"The Hateful Eight" at Multicines Atlántida in Arrecife at 18:45h:

After the Civil War a bounty hunter and his prisoner find shelter in a cabin in Wyoming currently inhabited by a collection of nefarious characters.

Written and directed by Quentin Tarantino and starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Roth, Channing Tatum, Michael Madsen and Zoë Bell.  read more »

English Cinema in Lanzarote 1st & 4th February 2016

There are no changes next week, "The Danish Girl" will be showing in Lanzarote at Multicines Atlántida in Arrecife on Monday and Thrusday at 19:35h, 
A fictitious story loosely inspired on the Wegeners' life , a couple of artists in Copenhagen in the late 1920s with a very unique take on marriage, love and sex. Gerda (played by Alicia Vikander) paints a portrait of her husband Einar (played by Eddie Redmayne) as a woman because her female model cancels on her. As painting starts becoming popular, Lili Elbe is born. If that isn't complex enough, Einar's childhood friend and art-dealer Hans Axgil (played by Matthias Schoenaerts) turns up.   read more »

San Bartolome Carnival Programme 2016

Carnaval Wars is the theme for the carnival in San Bartolomé, Lanzarote.


The programme of events are based in the Parque Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente at San Bartolomé. Their carnival procession is on Tuesday 9th February and the burial of the Guachinango procession & bonfire will be on the beach in Playa Honda on the 12th February.  read more »

Arrecife Carnival Programme 2016

The capital of Lanzarote is due to kick off the carnival season on the 29th January for 2016.

Carnaval Arrecife 2016

We’re still waiting for the full carnival programme for Arrecife which starts on the 29th January, their new website is offline at the moment, presumably for an update www.carnavalarrecife.es.

Cristóbal Aguiló, was declared the winner of the carnival poster competition with the  read more »

Valentine's Day in Lanzarote 2016

Have a special day in Lanzarote with the person you love this Valentine’s Day.

Valentine Breakfast In Bed

Brown Deli’s Valentine Breakfast in Bed was really popular last year, so don’t wait to  read more »

English Cinema in Lanzarote 25th & 28th January 2016

There is one new movie in English showing in Lanzarote next week at Multicines Atlántida in Arrecife on Monday and Thursday at 19:35h, "The Danish Girl".

The Danish Girl

A fictitious story loosely inspired on the Wegeners' life, a couple of  read more »

Playa Blanca Carnival Programme 2016

Playa Blanca’s carnival will be held in the South of Lanzarote from the 4th to 6th of March 2016.

cartel Carnaval Playa Blanca 2016

This year’s poster was designed by Begoña Buchón and entitled ‘Playa Blanca tiene un color especial’.

The theme behind the poster and carnival is the Feria Andaluza with reference to the residents born in Andalucía who have chosen to live in the municipality of Yaiza, according to Javier Camacho, councillor for fiestas in Yaiza. The carnival celebrations will be held in the Plaza del Carmen in the centre of Playa Blanca.  read more »

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