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Upcoming events until the end of 2015..
The festival is a festival that attracts countless dance companies from all over the world, including the complete array of dancing styles, from timeless to avant-garde, as well as a number of nationwide and global programmes. An one-of-a-kind feature of this event is that it includes Spanish and flamenco dance. Viewers can see efficiencies at different theatres as well as efficiency rooms in and around the city of Madrid.
03.11.2015 till 23.11.2015
FERIARTE is a real commercial, social and also cultural conference, which is crucial to Madrid as well as our nation. A standard standard for comprehending why antique and also modern fine art are gaining a growing number of fanatics. As the organisers of this conference with the best fine art from the past, we strive to guarantee each version is special, desirable as well as to the taste of all those that see us.
21.11.2015 till 29.11.2015
Feria de Madrid
This national holiday celebrates the precise day when Christopher Columbus first set foot in America.
A military parade is a vital component of the annually event. The Presidente del Gobierno (Head of state) has a special part in the ceremony, just second to the King. After that a broad array of authorities, from international mediators released in Spain to members of the Independent governments, are welcomed to go to the parade.
Aside from the big parade in Madrid, there are a lot of other events that happen throughout the remainder of the country.
This holiday is celebrated on 12 October every year, if the date falls on a Sunday, the holiday is held on 12 October.
Christmas is the perfect time to enjoy Madrid. Unlike other European cities, Madrid has a mild winter with temperature rarely reach zero degrees, clear skies and little rain. Temperatures in Madrid in December are between 35°F and 51°F, with an average of 44°F. Good weather favors the activity on the streets, including concerts, markets and food stalls.
Madrid authorities organize an annual display of lights and decorations that turn the city into a feast for the senses. Recession has forced the city to cut down the hours of the light show from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. only Sundays to Wednesdays, and from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Of course! On Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve the lights remain on until 3:00 a.m.
There are several Christmas markets (mercados de navidad, mercadillos de navidad ormercado navideño in Spanish) in Madrid, running for various durations over the Christmas period. The authorities are slow in releasing information about when these will open, so all days below are unofficial and are based on previous years’ events.
Christmas markets tend to open at around midday and close around 9pm or 10pm.
25.12.2015 till 26-12.2015
On a regular day, Madrid is one of the best cities on the planet for an event. So on New Year’s Eve, the biggest party night of the year, Madrid is a city of pure celebration. On the first night of the New Year there is no time for sleep as the cava streams all evening, the event spills into the roads, the discos don’t close till the local area opens as well as the churros abound as the sun rises on January 1st.
Commemorating New Year’s Eve, or nochevieja as they state in Spanish, in Madrid is a choose-your-own adventure sort of encounter. From totally free street events to 700 euro galas, Madrid’s nochevieja has a choice for everybody.
On La Nochevieja, which means ‘the old night’ in Spanish, families and friends often gather together to enjoy a late meal, the last one of the year, before hitting the big parties. According to Spanish tradition, you’re supposed be wearing red underwear and eat twelve grapes at midnight, at every chime of the clock in the countdown to midnight. These two are said to bring good luck.
31.12.2015 till 01.01.2016