Sep
22
Sun
2019
PLAYING FOR CHANGE DAY IBIZA 2019 > IBIZA MUSIC FESTIVAL @ Cala Llonga
Sep 22 @ 12:00 pm

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Playing for Change FoundationPLAYING FOR CHANGE DAY IBIZA 2019 > IBIZA MUSIC FESTIVAL @ CALA LLONGA BEACH

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs – Live music
from 12.00 – 19.oo hrs Kids Entertainment & Workshops for all ages

FREE MUSIC FESTIVAL on Cala Llonga beach with 4 STAGES, 40 BANDS, 2 FOOD MARKETS and a HIPPY MARKET, together with children’s entertainment, workshops for all ages and much more!
Charity event raising money for PFC foundation

PFC Day Ibiza is part of a worldwide event when musicians, artists and volunteers FREELY give their time to organise a music festival raising funds for the Playing For Change Foundation. This foundation provides music education for underprivileged children in places that are culturally rich but economically poor.
40 BANDS gather on 4 Stages in Cala Llonga to entertain residents & tourists of all ages. A wide variety of entertainment for children & families takes place in the kids’ area on the beach. Street-food markets surrounding the beach offer a selection of International food, while the Hippy Market is available throughout the day and night.
Funds raised today will help provide free classes each week to over 2000 children in dance, instrument instruction, languages and musical theory, in 15 music programmes across 11 countries.
The foundation helps meet basic needs in their communities, which are home to some of the world’s most economically vulnerable children.
This work includes providing primary education, humanitarian aid such as clean water, solar power, food, medicine, clothes, books and school supplies, as well as tools and training to support micro-enterprises.
To date, the lives of more than 16,000 children and community members have been improved.

MUSICIANS & ARTISTS are performing FREE of CHARGE so that all funds raised will go to supporting the Playing For Change Foundation’s work. If you are interested in participating in the Playing For Change Day Ibiza event please contact: info@playingforchangeday-ibiza.com
Help us to create a positive change. Peace through music.
ONE WORLD – ONE VOICE – ONE DAY

all about >> Playing for Change Day Ibiza

THE ZOO PROJECT | INTO THE WILD @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA
Sep 22 @ 4:00 pm

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Benimussa Park IbizaTHE ZOO PROJECT | INTO THE WILD | OPEN AIR FESTIVAL 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA

from 16.00 – 00.00 hrs

lineup: 
TREE HOUSE: Ida Engberg, Michael James, Luca Serra
SEAL PIT: Jacky, DEFEX
LIVING ROOM – G13: Eli Rojas, Dave Lubin
RABBIT HOLE – Ibiza Talents SHOWCASE: Miguel Campbell, Eder Alvarez, Fabio Ferro, Gennaro De Sarno, Lorenzo de Blanck, Taias


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After a solid start to the season, The Zoo Project announced that season 2019 comes loaded with more incredible music across five stages, revered international headliners and renowned Zoo Project residents, mischiefs to enjoy the party to the fullest, and planet-saving projects to get involved in.

Kicking off at this unique location every Sunday from 16.30h, the first of June’s weekly editions brings in the likes of Enzo Siragusa, Shaun Reeves, Savage & She, Javier Gonzales, Clara Da Costa, Real Gang Soundsystem and Alex Arnout. And then, slamming in mid-month on 16th June is a very special date for the Zoo Project crew as it celebrates its 12th anniversary, along with the official openings of the Seal Pit, The BUMP Rollerdisco, The Reggae Urban Arena, The Mandala Market, and The Zoo Project’s Boat Party, Noah’s Ark.

The Seal Pit: Celebrate life and the opening of the iconic Seal Pit stage on 16th June. To mark the occasion German duo Andhim make their debut alongside The Zoo Project´s longest serving resident Defex. Throughout the summer the famous amphitheater will play host to techno luminaries Ida Engberg, Monkia Kruse, Traumer, Dana Ruh and Mathias Kaden. Ghetto house godfather DJ Deeon makes a very welcome return and London heroes East End Dubs, together with Denney, Hosh and Bushwacka, will all take centre stage. All this and more, along with a killer selection of Zoo Project residents, the Seal Pit is back.

The BUMP Rollerdisco: If you’re looking for next-level fun, the BUMP Rollerdisco is the answer. Combining the passion for music and rollerskating, expect a mixture of ringleading DJs – such as Homies, Graham Sahara, and more – supplying the perfect soundtrack as you roll around in style. You’ll get the unlimited BUMP Rollerdisco skating band, which includes skate hire, and knee pad protection for €10.

Reggae Urban Arena: The Reggae Urban Arena showcases the finest tunes, from reggae to trap, hip hop, funk, with soon-to-be-announced special guests. Eli Rojas, Jiménez, and the Macba G13 crew will be bringing Barcelona street culture to Ibiza.

The Mandala Market:
Get the coolest crystals and feathered jewellery, tribal accessories mixed with professional clubbing fashion clothes, amazing sun glasses, and other great ‘ZOOvenirs’ while you enjoy live drumming jam sessions, and more. Including Zoo Project’s famous body art stand, where you can leave your party look in the hands of the professionals, and then take a wild picture at the photocall.

Noah’s Ark Boat Party: Enjoy the sun, the sea, the sand. While listening to wild beats brought to you by the party’s beloved residents and special guests, while you warm up for the Zoo! You’ll be setting sail towards the mystical Es Vedrà and Atlantis, two of the most magnetic and magical spots on earth. The performance artists will have punters entertained on board, while free drinks and free finger food will keep partygoers fresh and happy. After the boat, the disco bus will be headed straight to The Zoo Project at Benimussa Park, only 10 minutes away from San Antonio.

While much of planet earth’s population is diving in to help create a healthier planet, the forward-thinking team behind The Zoo Project weighs in on global efforts by offering affordable ticket pricing with contributions back to mother earth by planting one tree per each ticket sold from the 16th June until the end of the season. This unprecedented and outstanding commitment to OneTreePlanted.org is one of the latest actions of its sister company The Nature Project, a proactive art community that promotes and organizes beach clean-ups, marine, beehive programs and more in its pursuit of saving the world one planet at a time.

The Zoo Project’s free shuttle bus service
from Benimussa Park to the bus station in San Antonio is already running, starting at 23h and running continuously until the end of the night. Party wild and come back home safely for free.

The Zoo Project Ibiza comes back, calling a heard of fans of all cultures and species from all corners of the world.
See you all on the dancefloor!

The Zoo Project is a very special daytime open-air gathering taking place in the beautiful gardens of Benimussa Park at Gala Night, the old abandoned zoo in the forest hills of Benimussa, Ibiza.
Enjoy one of Ibiza’s biggest and longest running underground events with live music, interactive performances and immersive stages in over 5 arenas. With a unique setting in an abandoned zoo venue, under the sun and surrounded by pine-tree hills in the middle of nature, we will keep the good vibes flowing each and every Sunday, as the Zoo crew invites friends and family to come and celebrate life and music like nowhere else.
Every week offers a first-rate selection of revered guest artists and of course, a lovely helping of The Zoo Project‘s very own beloved artists.


The festival is a must-do for island regulars and international visitors thanks to it’s hedonistic vibes on the dance-floors, family ethos, swimming pool, market and food stalls, holistic centre, hidden corners, secret gardens, VIP area and much more.

The Zoo Project is a place where we are all equal – whoever you are & wherever you come from – we are all one, communicating and expressing ourselves through music. It’s a place where you can lose yourself and find yourself all over again in an instant, set to an unforgettable soundtrack.
Reveal your animal, a unique al fresco, festival experience 

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all about: THE ZOO PROJECT
all about: Benimussa Park

Sep
24
Tue
2019
COSMIC PINEAPPLE CLOSING PARTY 2019: Mysteries Of The Cosmos > STAR CHILD @ Pikes Hotel
Sep 24 @ 4:00 pm

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COSMIC PINEAPPLE CLOSING PARTY 2019: Mysteries Of The Cosmos > STAR CHILD @ PIKES HOTEL

from 16.00 – 04.00 hrs

lineup: DJs: Jackmaster, Special Secret Guest, Heartthrob, Cici, Lele Sacchi, Garry Todd and more

Cosmic: Amazon wisdom and cultural preservation talk from the Huni Kuin Tribe, wisdom teaching and ceremony from Abuela Sylvia, sound journey from Elena Teixidor, Qi Gong, yoga…


The fifth Cosmic Pineapple event of 2019 will be the closing party Children of the stars – for we are all made of stardust – rise in your magic and step into the new.

For the 2019 Cosmic Pineapple closing event at Pikes, we bring ancient teachings into the modern way. In a world where we can get easily lost in electronic devices and alternate realities, Cosmic Pineapple is a reminder to bring it back… bring it back to our breath, to our body, to sound, to the energies running in and around us, to connection to our earth and the magical wisdom within.

After a powerful fourth season on the island, we close with our strongest event yet. Cosmic Pineapple is not just a party, but also a space to learn, share, evolve and raise funds and awareness for charitable causes. The Amazon is known as the lungs of our planet – supplying 20% of the earth’s oxygen. The burning fires destroying the Amazon have covered our news feeds the past weeks, we will not only be raising funds on the door to support Amazon Watch and also Amazon tribes – who hold the key to ancient wisdom of the jungle and the many medicines within – we will also hold teachings inside the event and we will open up the space for new ideas to emerge

Cosmic Pineapple runs from 4pm – 4am, the first half of the event is dedicated to teachings, creativity and fun. The night, dancing and a little of that after dark night time magic.
During the day at Cosmic Pineapple, alongside poolside music and food and drinks, a healing area, a children’s area, a cosmic bazaar of creative stalls from across the island, we have the teachings inside the Cosmic Activation Dome, including womb wisdom, tantra and a Mayan cacao ceremony. Elsewhere, Gong Master will give a gong meditation on the highest point of Pikes to enter the midnight hour, there will be ecstatic dance, light meditation therapy and more. And inside the Space Rave, from 10pm, Cosmic Pineapple resident DJ priestess, Cici, will guide you through the dance, alongside DJs announced on the day! There are also teachings to be found in every person you meet, so please be open to share and learn!

The intent is strong again on this event and the day time teachings will be based around ancient secrets, whilst the music of the night will bring the wisdom of the past into the future.

This year, for the charity and education element (when you enter the event you give a charity donation), we are working with The Ibiza Preservation Foundation and Ibiza Fenix to educate and inspire people at the events to create the changes needed inside and out.
In the news that climate change is escalating if we don’t act NOW and that we are driving 1 million species to extinction – NOW is the time to act. Change starts inside and within our local communities.

ipfIbiza generates double the amount of waste per person than the rest of Europe. Much of this is plastic.
As more plastic ends up in the sea and on our beaches, it’s harming our marine environment and endangered species.
Research work has found major concentrations of plastics in Ibiza’s waters.
Renewable energy in Ibiza is practically non-existent, representing 0.25% of energy production.
Putting Ibiza and Formentera onto a path to a more sustainable future is the vision of the Ibiza Preservation Foundation (IPF), so we’re happy to be taking part in the Cosmic Pineapple festivals this summer at Pikes, which is placing sustainability at the centre of its creative teachings and activities. We believe by preserving the islands’ natural beauty and resources we contribute to local well-being and prosperity.
This also aligns with the festivals’ focus on how we can take better care of ourselves and our planet.
Cosmic Pineapple will help us raise much-needed funds for our projects, in particular the Plastic Free Ibiza and Formentera movement that we’re delivering together with 18 other local NGOs.” – Ibiza Preservation Foundation

ibizafenixThe work of NGO Ibiza Fenix has many different elements. “This year, we’ll be doing several projects in the Ibiza Fènix movement, including cleaning up the island, helping to get rid of single use plastic and promote the consumption of local products in the tourism industry.
We are also running school education projects about the use of plastic in our daily lives, plus planning a more responsible tourist offer for the years ahead.” – Ibiza Fenix

Pikes, the iconic venue which houses the Cosmic Pineapple mini festivals, are also in support, with no plastic straws available and are cutting down on single use plastics. They are also working with the KM Zero Project, purifying the natural well water source for all hotel guests.
By these moves Pikes are eliminating over 11,000 plastic bottles per year. Pikes are also working with a local farmer to provide farm fresh local and seasonal produce for their restaurant food menu.

Cosmic Pineapple returns for their 12-hour high-vibes mini festival of magic and music at Pikes Ibiza delivering a melting pot of cosmics and creatives coming together to share and inspire.
Over six special summer dates, from 4pm – 4am, enter the rainbow and explore the cosmic and creative realms…

Following upcoming summer dates:
July 2 – Earth Magik
July 16 – Dreamland
August 13 – Get Your Freak On
September 24 – Star Child

Dance – Connect – Create… Transformation Awaits.

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Sep
25
Wed
2019
NAMASTE @ Las Dalias
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm

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LAS DALIAS IBIZANAMASTE @ LAS DALIAS

from 19.00 – 03.00 hrs

lineup: TBA
disco: TBA
VISUALES BY HYPNÓTICA

* “Namaste Experience” has grown into one of the most popular and internationally renowned parties on Ibiza.
Born 20 years ago, the “NAMASTE Experience” takes place every Wednesday @ Las Dalias in San Carlos, in the north of the magical island of Ibiza. International artists, dancers from India, the Orient, South America and musicians from every continent perform under starlit skies.
An international team of creative artists, musicians, painters, photographers and djs, long time Ibiza’s residents, have come together and brought into being a new spirit of celebration – Namaste!
The “Namaste” gesture is a sign of greeting expressing respect towards others. As a usual gesture, the inside of the palms are joined together and placed on the chest, in proximity of the heart, with the head slightly bowed.
The significance of this gesture is: “I honor the divine spirit in you, which I also honor within me, thus knowing that we are one.”
This is the philosophy behind the Namaste parties

Ibiza’s one and only true Hippy Party & Dance since 22 years, with RESTAURANT A LA CARTE, LIVE SHOWS & CONCERTS, DANCE TEMPLE, CHILL OUT GARDEN, PACHAMAMA SACRED AREA, STREET FOOD AREA, SALON BAZART

  • FREE ENTRY from 7 – 9 pm

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Sep
29
Sun
2019
THE ZOO PROJECT | INTO THE WILD @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA
Sep 29 @ 4:00 pm

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Benimussa Park IbizaTHE ZOO PROJECT | INTO THE WILD | OPEN AIR FESTIVAL 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA

from 16.00 – 00.00 hrs

lineup: 

TREE HOUSE – HECTOR’S BIRTHDAY!: Hector, Stephane Ghenacia, Jeremy Weeks
SEAL PIT – DEFEX’ BIRTHDAY: Mathias Kaden, DEFEX, Claudio Ricci, & Blondewearingblack – live
LIVING ROOM – G13: Eli Rojas
RABBIT HOLE: Adeline, ITALO BRUTALOA

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The Zoo Project, after a solid start to the season, announced that season 2019 comes loaded with more incredible music across five stages, revered international headliners and renowned Zoo Project residents, mischiefs to enjoy the party to the fullest, and planet-saving projects to get involved in.

Kicking off at this unique location every Sunday from 16.30h, the first of June’s weekly editions brings in the likes of Enzo Siragusa, Shaun Reeves, Savage & She, Javier Gonzales, Clara Da Costa, Real Gang Soundsystem and Alex Arnout. And then, slamming in mid-month on 16th June is a very special date for the Zoo Project crew as it celebrates its 12th anniversary, along with the official openings of the Seal Pit, The BUMP Rollerdisco, The Reggae Urban Arena, The Mandala Market, and The Zoo Project’s Boat Party, Noah’s Ark.

The Seal Pit: Celebrate life and the opening of the iconic Seal Pit stage on 16th June. To mark the occasion German duo Andhim make their debut alongside The Zoo Project´s longest serving resident Defex. Throughout the summer the famous amphitheater will play host to techno luminaries Ida Engberg, Monkia Kruse, Traumer, Dana Ruh and Mathias Kaden. Ghetto house godfather DJ Deeon makes a very welcome return and London heroes East End Dubs, together with Denney, Hosh and Bushwacka, will all take centre stage. All this and more, along with a killer selection of Zoo Project residents, the Seal Pit is back.

The BUMP Rollerdisco: If you’re looking for next-level fun, the BUMP Rollerdisco is the answer. Combining the passion for music and rollerskating, expect a mixture of ringleading DJs – such as Homies, Graham Sahara, and more – supplying the perfect soundtrack as you roll around in style. You’ll get the unlimited BUMP Rollerdisco skating band, which includes skate hire, and knee pad protection for €10.

Reggae Urban Arena: The Reggae Urban Arena showcases the finest tunes, from reggae to trap, hip hop, funk, with soon-to-be-announced special guests. Eli Rojas, Jiménez, and the Macba G13 crew will be bringing Barcelona street culture to Ibiza.

The Mandala Market: 
Get the coolest crystals and feathered jewellery, tribal accessories mixed with professional clubbing fashion clothes, amazing sun glasses, and other great ‘ZOOvenirs’ while you enjoy live drumming jam sessions, and more. Including Zoo Project’s famous body art stand, where you can leave your party look in the hands of the professionals, and then take a wild picture at the photocall.

Noah’s Ark Boat Party: Enjoy the sun, the sea, the sand. While listening to wild beats brought to you by the party’s beloved residents and special guests, while you warm up for the Zoo! You’ll be setting sail towards the mystical Es Vedrà and Atlantis, two of the most magnetic and magical spots on earth. The performance artists will have punters entertained on board, while free drinks and free finger food will keep partygoers fresh and happy. After the boat, the disco bus will be headed straight to The Zoo Project at Benimussa Park, only 10 minutes away from San Antonio.

While much of planet earth’s population is diving in to help create a healthier planet, the forward-thinking team behind The Zoo Project weighs in on global efforts by offering affordable ticket pricing with contributions back to mother earth by planting one tree per each ticket sold from the 16th June until the end of the season. This unprecedented and outstanding commitment to OneTreePlanted.org is one of the latest actions of its sister company The Nature Project, a proactive art community that promotes and organizes beach clean-ups, marine, beehive programs and more in its pursuit of saving the world one planet at a time.

The Zoo Project’s free shuttle bus service 
from Benimussa Park to the bus station in San Antonio is already running, starting at 23h and running continuously until the end of the night. Party wild and come back home safely for free.

The Zoo Project Ibiza comes back, calling a heard of fans of all cultures and species from all corners of the world. 
See you all on the dancefloor!

The Zoo Project is a very special daytime open-air gathering taking place in the beautiful gardens of Benimussa Park at Gala Night, the old abandoned zoo in the forest hills of Benimussa, Ibiza.
Enjoy one of Ibiza’s biggest and longest running underground events with live music, interactive performances and immersive stages in over 5 arenas. With a unique setting in an abandoned zoo venue, under the sun and surrounded by pine-tree hills in the middle of nature, we will keep the good vibes flowing each and every Sunday, as the Zoo crew invites friends and family to come and celebrate life and music like nowhere else. 
Every week offers a first-rate selection of revered guest artists and of course, a lovely helping of The Zoo Project‘s very own beloved artists.


The festival is a must-do for island regulars and international visitors thanks to it’s hedonistic vibes on the dance-floors, family ethos, swimming pool, market and food stalls, holistic centre, hidden corners, secret gardens, VIP area and much more.

The Zoo Project is a place where we are all equal – whoever you are & wherever you come from – we are all one, communicating and expressing ourselves through music. It’s a place where you can lose yourself and find yourself all over again in an instant, set to an unforgettable soundtrack.
Reveal your animal, a unique al fresco, festival experience 

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all about: THE ZOO PROJECT
all about: Benimussa Park

Oct
1
Tue
2019
ONE MORE TIME > THE HOMECOMING 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA
Oct 1 @ 4:00 pm

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Benimussa Park IbizaONE MORE TIME > THE HOMECOMING 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA

from 12.00 – 18.00 hrs

lineup: as scheduled


Ibiza’s favourite Sunday institutions are each throwing a one-off event at Benimussa Park with a cracking lineup

all about BENIMUSSA PARK

Oct
2
Wed
2019
ONE MORE TIME presents WE LOVE IBIZA @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA
Oct 2 @ 4:00 pm

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Benimussa Park IbizaONE MORE TIME presents WE LOVE IBIZA @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA

from 16.00 – 23.00 hrs

lineup: DJ Alfredo (Alfredo Fiorito), DOORLY, Jonathan Ulysses, Andy Baxter, Mr Doris, , Jason Bye, Clive Henry, Jo Mills and Sarah Main.

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“Old enough to know better, stupid enough to do it anyway!”
4 Days and Nights of Ibiza Nostalgia and iconic partying!

Ibiza’s favourite Sunday institution is throwing a one-off event at Benimussa Park with a cracking lineup

We Love’…is back!

“To be offered the opportunity to present a party in Ibiza this summer as part of ‘ One More Time’, a year before we celebrate 20 years of We Love in Ibiza, was simply too enticing to say no. I can’t wait, especially as this is for the real hero’s, the residents, loyal fans and the workers”. Darren Hughes.

By hand picking a selection of long term, island based DJ residents from We Love, Pacha, DC10 and Space we will be recreating those classic open-air Terrace vibes and that unforgettable Discotheque feeling. The simple words, “See you on the Terrace,” still mean so much to those of us lucky enough to dance at Space at it’s very, very best.

When you think of the most glorious days for Ibiza those afternoons on the Space Terrace with planes roaring overhead re unquestionably up there with the finest.

all about BENIMUSSA PARK

Oct
3
Thu
2019
ONE MORE TIME > THE HOMECOMING 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA
Oct 3 @ 4:00 pm

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Benimussa Park IbizaONE MORE TIME > THE HOMECOMING 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA

from 12.00 – 18.00 hrs

lineup: as scheduled


Ibiza’s favourite Sunday institutions are each throwing a one-off event at Benimussa Park with a cracking lineup

all about BENIMUSSA PARK

Oct
4
Fri
2019
ONE MORE TIME > THE HOMECOMING 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA
Oct 4 @ 4:00 pm

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Benimussa Park IbizaONE MORE TIME > THE HOMECOMING 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA

from 12.00 – 18.00 hrs

lineup: as scheduled


Ibiza’s favourite Sunday institutions are each throwing a one-off event at Benimussa Park with a cracking lineup

all about BENIMUSSA PARK

Oct
5
Sat
2019
ONE MORE TIME > THE HOMECOMING 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA
Oct 5 @ 4:00 pm

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Benimussa Park IbizaONE MORE TIME > THE HOMECOMING 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA

from 12.00 – 18.00 hrs

lineup: as scheduled


Ibiza’s favourite Sunday institutions are each throwing a one-off event at Benimussa Park with a cracking lineup

all about BENIMUSSA PARK

Oct
6
Sun
2019
IBIZA SPIRIT FESTIVAL 2019 @ Agroturismo ATZARO IBIZA
Oct 6 @ 11:00 am

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Agroturismo ATZARO IBIZAIBIZA SPIRIT FESTIVAL 2019 @ Agroturismo ATZARO IBIZA

from 11.00 – 22.0o hrs

DANCE PARTY with DJ KAREEM RAIHANI at SUNSET

THE IBIZA SPIRIT FESTIVAL IS A CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR ALL FREE SPIRITS & FRIENDS ON THIS MAGIC ISLAND!

Feel the Special Energy of Ibiza in.. Ecstatic Dance.. Tantra.. Yoga…Inspirational Workshops & Meditations… Alternative Therapies.. Live Music.. Singing Circles.. Delicious Food… Beautiful Artisan Market.. the Magical Children’s Garden and… Special Surprises!!…

“As Transformed Individuals we are Powerful Beings… as a Transformed Community we are Irresistible…”

ONE SPIRIT – ONE ISLAND – ONE LOVE

THE ZOO PROJECT CLOSING PARTY 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA
Oct 6 @ 4:00 pm

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Benimussa Park IbizaTHE ZOO PROJECT CLOSING PARTY 2019 @ BENIMUSSA PARK IBIZA

from 16.00 – 00.00 hrs

lineup: 
TREE HOUSE: TBA
LIVING ROOM: TBA
RABBIT HOLE: TBA

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The Zoo Project is a very special daytime open-air gathering taking place in the beautiful gardens of Benimussa Park at Gala Night, the old abandoned zoo in the forest hills of Benimussa, Ibiza.
Enjoy one of Ibiza’s biggest and longest running underground events with live music, interactive performances and immersive stages in over 5 arenas. With a unique setting in an abandoned zoo venue, under the sun and surrounded by pine-tree hills in the middle of nature, we will keep the good vibes flowing each and every Sunday, as the Zoo crew invites friends and family to come and celebrate life and music like nowhere else. 
Every week offers a first-rate selection of revered guest artists and of course, a lovely helping of The Zoo Project‘s very own beloved artists.

Expect many more surprises as you prowl through the Food Stands (showcasing a fresh juice bar, bbq, falafel, pizza, and more, to keep the beasts happy!), jump in the swimming pool, chill at the VIP beds and tables, have fun at The Mandala Market (our chill out percussion area offering live music and stands filled with a variety of crystals, feathered jewellery, tribal accessories mixed with professional clubbing fashion and super fun zoo merchandise like the hand fans or the DMT experience glasses, just to name a few), get fancy at The Beauty Bar (massages, body-painting), and dance around our 5 completely different stages until the end of the night, when it’s time to get inside our amazing indoor club The Rabbit Hole!

The festival is a must-do for island regulars and international visitors thanks to it’s hedonistic vibes on the dance-floors, family ethos, swimming pool, market and food stalls, holistic centre, hidden corners, secret gardens, VIP area and much more.
The Zoo Project creates a medium of forward thinking performance and sound, while welcoming the music stars of now and the future, including some of my favourite DJs. From the cosy vibes and the healing garden, to the utter madness at the theatre of rave – we are happy to share the authentic Ibiza experience with all our guests. As well as shifting to a new day we’re also bringing in loads of new features including the brand-new barbecue setup, new VIP area, and many other surprises! “IT’S A NEW DAWN, IT’S A NEW DAY and ZOO IS FEELING GOOD!”, We would like to invite all ravers, thrill-seekers and travellers, to join us at our ultimate Ibiza adventure!”, Adrian Browne – The Zoo Project.

The Zoo Project is a place where we are all equal – whoever you are & wherever you come from – we are all one, communicating and expressing ourselves through music. It’s a place where you can lose yourself and find yourself all over again in an instant, set to an unforgettable soundtrack.
Reveal your animal, a unique al fresco, festival experience 

all about: THE ZOO PROJECT
all about: Benimussa Park

Oct
7
Mon
2019
INTERNATIONAL REBELLION for FUTURE @ Global
Oct 7 @ 12:00 am

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extinctionrebellionINTERNATIONAL REBELLION for FUTURE @ WORLDWIDE

all day….

In October 2018, we declared The Rebellion.
In April 2019, we declared The Emergency.
In October 2019, we will declare The Truth.

Starting on Monday 7 October, we are joining together as global family in an International Rebellion as we grieve the suffering and destruction of our beautiful home-world.

We will gather with our communities across cities, countries, and continents, to rise up and rebel for our deep love of life and the need to protect it.

Oct
11
Fri
2019
IBIZA LIGHT FESTIVAL 2019 @ La Marina Ibiza Town
Oct 11 @ 8:00 pm


Ibiza IslandIBIZA LIGHT FESTIVAL 2019 @ IBIZA TOWN 

from 20.00 hrs – 11 & 12 October 2019, 24.00 hrs

Ibiza Light Festival IV is a cultural project produced by lighting artists, video artists and lighting designers to be held for the first time in the city of Ibiza. This project is to transform the most emblematic of the old port area of ​​Ibiza through lighting, video, sound and performance art, where light is the main element, creating a unique visual atmosphere for 2 nights.
It is a public event, where visitors can live unique experiences walking along the streets of La Marina endearing where will find these artistic works. The public will also be part of the show because there will be interactive installations where audience participation is required.
The city of Ibiza as a UNESCO heritage has countless monuments, streets, squares and emblematic facades that could come to life through new technologies lighting, video, dance and theater, giving a touch of magic this wonderful city.

Oct
12
Sat
2019
IBIZA LIGHT FESTIVAL 2019 @ La Marina Ibiza Town
Oct 12 @ 8:00 pm


Ibiza IslandIBIZA LIGHT FESTIVAL 2019 @ IBIZA TOWN 

from 20.00 hrs – 11 & 12 October 2019, 24.00 hrs

Ibiza Light Festival IV is a cultural project produced by lighting artists, video artists and lighting designers to be held for the first time in the city of Ibiza. This project is to transform the most emblematic of the old port area of ​​Ibiza through lighting, video, sound and performance art, where light is the main element, creating a unique visual atmosphere for 2 nights.
It is a public event, where visitors can live unique experiences walking along the streets of La Marina endearing where will find these artistic works. The public will also be part of the show because there will be interactive installations where audience participation is required.
The city of Ibiza as a UNESCO heritage has countless monuments, streets, squares and emblematic facades that could come to life through new technologies lighting, video, dance and theater, giving a touch of magic this wonderful city.

Oct
19
Sat
2019
FORADA JAZZ FESTIVAL | Festival de Jazz de Forada @ MERCAT DE FORADA: Local products Market
Oct 19 @ 11:00 am

mercatdeforada-oct19
MERCAT DE FORADA: Local products Market IbizaFORADA JAZZ FESTIVAL | Festival de Jazz de Forada @ MERCAT DE FORADA, BUSCASTELLS

from 11.00 – 18.00 hrs  
1:00 p.m. Alfredo Souza Jazz Trio (Ibiza), with Alfredo Souza: guitar, Chema Pellico: bass, Dani Marín: drums
2:30 p.m. Belem (Uruguay) with  Pablo Rijo: guitar; Mauricio Trobo: piano; Luis Machín: electric bass; Ismael Cardozo: Drums and percussions.

Come and celebrate the first Forada Jazz Festival with bands of recognized international prestige.
The Belem band develops the jazz line by merging Brazilian Uruguayan traditional currents and rhythms and the influence of jazz-fusion from the northern hemisphere. In October of this year, the Belem band from Uruguay meets again to witness 43 years of condensed instrumental music in an exceptional and unrepeatable reunion on their first tour of Spain.

Alfredo Souza is one of the most prestigious jazz guitarists on the island. A musician with a long career, he is a composer and director of bands such as the Eivissa Jazz Big Band. Leader of the mythical Sandombe trio. He has performed in different editions of the Eivissa Jazz Festival, as well as in the best venues on the island.

Local Products & Artisan Market or Mercado Artesanal de Productos Locales, presenting markets stalls filled with local produce and crafts accompanied by live music and vegetarian paella at reasonable prices. Local and Handmade products to take care of your body and soul, Healthy Eating, Natural Therapies, Cosmetics, Plants, Music, Books, Workshops for children and … more 
– location: Parking of Can Tixedo Art Cafe

read more: ES MERCAT DE FORADA 

Oct
26
Sat
2019
FIRA DE LA SAL 2019 @ Ses Salinas, Sant Josep
Oct 26 @ 9:00 am


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaFIRA DE LA SAL 2019 @ SES SALINAS, SANT JOSEP

details to be announced

The Salt Festival is celebrated in October and represents a new tourist and cultural event destined to promote local heritage and culture.

Organised jointly by the Town Council of Sant Josep, Eivissa Council and the Nature Reserve Ses Salines d’Eivissa i Formentera, the Feria de la Sal aims to pay tribute and to remember the people who worked in the salt-pans and to use a variety of activities throughout the day to promote awareness of the traditions which surround the manual extraction of salt.

The initiative is intended to reduce the seasonal nature of the tourism industry while introducing an additional attraction for both residents and visitors linking tradition and culture to tourism, with activities which are related with tradition and custom to produce greater diversification which will simultaneously allow people to approach the Nature Reserve from a different point of view.

HISTORY

Salt played an important role in the classical world as a preservative for foodstuffs and gave rise to the creation of the salt-pans by the Phoenician settlers who were major producers of salted fish, an activity which continues today. Salt has been the principal source of wealth for Ibiza, the income from which was the basis for the economy and permitted the existence of the university and the government administration, financing the building of the walls and towers for defence of the whole island.

Oct
27
Sun
2019
FIRA DE LA SAL 2019 @ Ses Salinas, Sant Josep
Oct 27 @ 9:00 am


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaFIRA DE LA SAL 2019 @ SES SALINAS, SANT JOSEP

details to be announced

The Salt Festival is celebrated in October and represents a new tourist and cultural event destined to promote local heritage and culture.

Organised jointly by the Town Council of Sant Josep, Eivissa Council and the Nature Reserve Ses Salines d’Eivissa i Formentera, the Feria de la Sal aims to pay tribute and to remember the people who worked in the salt-pans and to use a variety of activities throughout the day to promote awareness of the traditions which surround the manual extraction of salt.

The initiative is intended to reduce the seasonal nature of the tourism industry while introducing an additional attraction for both residents and visitors linking tradition and culture to tourism, with activities which are related with tradition and custom to produce greater diversification which will simultaneously allow people to approach the Nature Reserve from a different point of view.

HISTORY

Salt played an important role in the classical world as a preservative for foodstuffs and gave rise to the creation of the salt-pans by the Phoenician settlers who were major producers of salted fish, an activity which continues today. Salt has been the principal source of wealth for Ibiza, the income from which was the basis for the economy and permitted the existence of the university and the government administration, financing the building of the walls and towers for defence of the whole island.

Nov
4
Mon
2019
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Sat
2019
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Fri
2020
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Tue
2020
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Wed
2020
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Sat
2020
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Oct
24
Sat
2020
FIRA DE LA SAL 2020 @ Ses Salinas, Sant Josep
Oct 24 @ 9:00 am


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaFIRA DE LA SAL 2020 @ SES SALINAS, SANT JOSEP

details to be announced

The Salt Festival is celebrated in October and represents a new tourist and cultural event destined to promote local heritage and culture.

Organised jointly by the Town Council of Sant Josep, Eivissa Council and the Nature Reserve Ses Salines d’Eivissa i Formentera, the Feria de la Sal aims to pay tribute and to remember the people who worked in the salt-pans and to use a variety of activities throughout the day to promote awareness of the traditions which surround the manual extraction of salt.

The initiative is intended to reduce the seasonal nature of the tourism industry while introducing an additional attraction for both residents and visitors linking tradition and culture to tourism, with activities which are related with tradition and custom to produce greater diversification which will simultaneously allow people to approach the Nature Reserve from a different point of view.

HISTORY

Salt played an important role in the classical world as a preservative for foodstuffs and gave rise to the creation of the salt-pans by the Phoenician settlers who were major producers of salted fish, an activity which continues today. Salt has been the principal source of wealth for Ibiza, the income from which was the basis for the economy and permitted the existence of the university and the government administration, financing the building of the walls and towers for defence of the whole island.

Oct
25
Sun
2020
FIRA DE LA SAL 2020 @ Ses Salinas, Sant Josep
Oct 25 @ 9:00 am


Sant Josep de Sa TalaiaFIRA DE LA SAL 2020 @ SES SALINAS, SANT JOSEP

details to be announced

The Salt Festival is celebrated in October and represents a new tourist and cultural event destined to promote local heritage and culture.

Organised jointly by the Town Council of Sant Josep, Eivissa Council and the Nature Reserve Ses Salines d’Eivissa i Formentera, the Feria de la Sal aims to pay tribute and to remember the people who worked in the salt-pans and to use a variety of activities throughout the day to promote awareness of the traditions which surround the manual extraction of salt.

The initiative is intended to reduce the seasonal nature of the tourism industry while introducing an additional attraction for both residents and visitors linking tradition and culture to tourism, with activities which are related with tradition and custom to produce greater diversification which will simultaneously allow people to approach the Nature Reserve from a different point of view.

HISTORY

Salt played an important role in the classical world as a preservative for foodstuffs and gave rise to the creation of the salt-pans by the Phoenician settlers who were major producers of salted fish, an activity which continues today. Salt has been the principal source of wealth for Ibiza, the income from which was the basis for the economy and permitted the existence of the university and the government administration, financing the building of the walls and towers for defence of the whole island.

Nov
4
Wed
2020
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Mon
2020
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Sun
2021
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Thu
2021
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Thu
2021
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Sun
2021
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Nov
4
Thu
2021
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Tue
2021
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Mon
2022
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Fri
2022
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Fri
2022
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Mon
2022
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Nov
4
Fri
2022
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Wed
2022
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Tue
2023
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Sat
2023
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Sat
2023
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Tue
2023
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Nov
4
Sat
2023
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Thu
2023
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Wed
2024
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Sun
2024
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Mon
2024
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Thu
2024
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Nov
4
Mon
2024
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Sat
2024
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Fri
2025
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Tue
2025
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Tue
2025
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Fri
2025
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Nov
4
Tue
2025
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Sun
2025
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Sat
2026
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Wed
2026
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Jun
24
Wed
2026
DIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am


 Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de LabritjaDIA DE SANT JOAN @ Sant Joan de Labritja

Church square
10.00 – 16.00 hrs – Artisan market

12.00 hrs – Holy Mass
13.00 hrs – Procession & Ball Pages and orelletes and bunyols by the Ajuntament
14: 00 hrs – PARADE OF PUPPETS @ Plaza de España.
21: 00 hrs – MACARRONES DE SAN JUAN COMPETITION @ Plaza de España.
21: 30 hrs – CONCERT> Rels @ Plaza de España.
22: 30 hrs – CONCERT > San Bluesmafia and Es Saligardos @ Plaza de España.

Aug
8
Sat
2026
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Nov
4
Wed
2026
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Nov
16
Mon
2026
DIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis
Nov 16 @ 8:00 am

Dia de Santa Gertrudis 2017 @ Santa Gertrudis | Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera | Illes Balears | Spain

Santa Eularia des RiuDIA DE SANTA GERTRUDIS @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

12.00 hrs – Solemn Mass followed by procession and ball Pagès, in the church square
20.15 hrs – Delivery of trophies of the championships of Board games Festivities of Santa Gertrudis, in the
tent.
20:30 p.m. – Sunset concert, in the tent.
22:00 pm – Concert by Morning Drivers, with the presentation of their new album «Perspectiva», in the tent.

Traditional celebration of the Santa Gertrudis fiesta with all sorts of activities and events.

Jan
17
Sun
2027
DIA de SANT ANTONI @ San Antonio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANT ANTONI @ SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY

from 10.00 hrs

Celebrations of the annual Sant Patron’ Day festival of San Antonio, with sports, music and all kinds of activities for all ages

Jan
21
Thu
2027
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Aug
8
Sun
2027
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Nov
4
Thu
2027
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Jan
21
Fri
2028
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Aug
8
Tue
2028
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.

Nov
4
Sat
2028
DIA de SANT CARLES @ Sant Carles de Peralta
Nov 4 @ 11:00 am


Santa Eularia des RiuDIA de de SANT CARLES @ SANT CARLES DE PERALTA

Annual Saint Patron’s Day with Holy Mass, Market and lots of cultural & traditional festivities for the whole family

Jan
21
Sun
2029
DIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ Santa Agnes
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyDIA de SANTA AGNES de CORONA @ SANTA INES

from 12.00 – 00.00 hrs 
Holy Mass & procession, ball pagès, bunyols and traditional walk up the mountain

details tba

Aug
8
Wed
2029
FIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks of Dalt Villa @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Aug 8 @ 10:30 am


DALT VILAFIESTA DE SANT CIRIAC – Saint’s Day Celebrations & Fireworks @ Ibiza Dalt Vila Patrimonio de la Humanidad

Full program to be announced.

18.30 hrs – Berenada Popular as Puig des Molins coinciding with the traditional snack of Sant Ciriac
20.00 hrs – Giant Paella
24.00 hrs – Great firework display from the wall of the Port Vell in Ibiza

During the first week of August, the town of Eivissa, dresses up, decorated with flags, parades and fireworks. For days people celebrate, honor and sing. Religion and traditions are mixed into several activities that form this great event. Eivissa celebrates the “Festes de la Terra“, the “fiestas of our land”, which revolve around the island of Ibiza and its history.

August 5 is the day of the patron saint of Eivissa, Santa María de la Neus, the virgin of the snows. Dalt Vila Cathedral is named after her.
It is about the celebration of the patron saint of the capital of the island, the great festival of Eivissa.
Three days later, San Ciriaco is honored and the Catalan conquest remembered, which was on this day in 1235.
Colorful parades fill the streets. There are shows, folklore and concerts in many places, competitions and exhibitions … and a lot to see.
The city also shows its respect for the significant background of the Fiestas. Many traditional religious acts take place. The day of the Catalan conquest is very important for the religious Ibizan since this is how Christianity and the Western world joined Ibiza and Formentera.
Before that the Moors reigned in the Pitiusas, and with them Islam.

August 8 symbolizes the beginning of a new era for Ibiza. It is one of the most popular holidays and begins in the morning with a ceremony in the cathedral in honor of San Ciriaco. Then a procession follows through the streets of all parish flags. It is a procession of historical importance, as the flag of San Lorenzo has been crossed for 200 years, being the oldest banner of the island.
The procession ends in the Plaza de España with a floral offering and a peasant dance next to the monument to Guillerm de Montgri.

In the evening the traditional “berenada or  picnic” takes place on the hill of Puig des Molins, which the Ibizan traditionally celebrate with cakes and other homemade food.

At the end of the day, huge fireworks light up the sky over Dalt Vila. The historical enclave shines for a few moments with an incomparable light.

Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, is an annual event that commemorates the Catalans regaining control of the island on the Moors.
Every year, local people and visitors come together to the Fiesta de Sant Ciriac, where fireworks, dancing, drinking, eating, music and joy can be enjoyed, as well as the famous watermelon fight.

The celebrations mark an event that took place on 8 August 1235.
In the 13th century, two Muslim brothers ruled over Ibiza.
The story goes that one of the brothers was stronger and more powerful than the other and his favorite wife stole from him.

To take revenge on his deceitful brother, the other showed an attacking army of Christians the secret entrance into the inner walls of Dalt Vila, after which a battle took place on 8 August 1235, in which the Moors were defeated and the Catalans regained control over the island.

Sant Ciriac
has been the patron saint of Ibiza since 1650.

Nowadays you can visit the place where the Christians entered Ibiza Town and follow the picturesque cobbled streets to the Chapel of Sant Ciriac,  in an alley of the same name, and built  in 1754.
The small chapel was built in honor of San Ciriaco or Sant Ciriac, patron saint of the Ibiza Town since 1650,  who fell in 1235 during the battle of Ibiza town. The chapel is a small room with a fence. 
The chapel houses a statue of Sant Ciriac and inside, under the altar, one sees san arch, the beginning of the possible tunnel that a legend identifies as the entrance of the Christian conquerors guided by the hated brother of the Muslim sheikh. The tunneled entrance to the Sant Ciriac chapel is designed to mimic the arrival of the Christian army.

Nowadays coins are thrown through the arch for good fate.