If you still have not planned how to spend this weekend, take a look at these September plans 😉

Our school El Rincón del Tándem in Valencia, is back with some September plans for its students of the Spanish course. If you think that fun is over because August has ended, you are wrong!

Check it out yourself…

Concerts Músic a la Mar

Saturday, 7th and Sunday, 8th. 09.00 pm.
Cabañal Beach
Free event

Concerts Músic a la Mar is an initiative of Palau de la Música that will make us live two fantastic musical evenings on the Cabañal beach.
And, there is no a better way to say goodbye to summer than looking at the stars and enjoying quality music, isn’t it?

This weekend, the Palau will take symphonic and band music outside the concert halls to bring these music genres to the wide public.

First, this Saturday 7th at 9:00 p.m. the Valencia Orchestra Concert will perform.
Thanks to these great professionals, we will enjoy a varied classical repertoire with very popular musical pieces. Among them, Bolero by Ravel and the Spanish Capriccio by Nikolaij Rimski-Korsakov.

Next, on Sunday 8th, at 9:00 p.m. the Concert of the Maritime Symphonic Band will take place. The Band will delight us with a selection of soundtracks of films like Out of Africa, Thus Spoke Zarathustra and the Lord of Rings.

Furthermore, the concert area will be equipped with about a hundred chairs. However, you can attend the concert informally, bring your towel and choose your own place on the seashore.

We remind you all that the concerts are free and that they will take place on the Cabañal beach, near the Marina Beach.

See you at the beach, then 😉

UFO Fest Valencia Edition

Saturday, 7th. From 06.00 pm. To 01.00 am.
Tyris Factory, Polígono Fuente del Jarro, Paterna (Valencia)

If you have been living in Valencia for a while, you should know that in all events and especially summer ones, there is always good food and refreshing beer.

It is even very common to find very good locally produced craft beers, such as Tyris beer.

Tyris is one of the most famous and successful Valencian craft beer brands, known nationally and internationally.
If you cannot resist the temptation of a good beer,! Do not miss the UFO Fest!

An international craft beer festival, organized by Cerveza Tyris to celebrate its 10th anniversary, in collaboration with Cerveza Yria and Olhöps.

During the festival, you will have the opportunity to try 10 national and international beer brands. Among them, LHG (United Kingdom), Lervig (Norway) and Het Uiltje (Holland).

A varied gastronomic offer and live music will accompany us all night to make the evening more lively.
Finally, click here to get your ticket.

Enjoy (in a responsible way) your beer experience 😉

Do The Ska Party!

Saturday, 7th. 00.00h
La Peligro, Plaza Honduras, 37
Ticket: 6-8 euros

After the summer break, La Peligro has come back with its dancing nights.

This trendy place is located in the heart of Cedro, a young and vibrant neighbourhood where many students spend their weekend nights.

Haven’t you been there yet? Well, the Do The Ska Party! It is the perfect occasion to get to know this place and dance all night long, without rest.

The party foresees a long session of DJs who will play vinyl of the best Ska repertoires.

So… .let’s meet on the dance floor!

Tropical City

Saturday, 7th. From 5.00 pm. to 01.00 am.

La Fábrica de Hielo, Calle José Ballester Gozalvo, 37
Free entrance

The Fábrica de Hielo never leaves us without plans!

This Saturday, in collaboration with Mamboz Valencia, the third anniversary of Cumbia, Tropical bass, and Latin Grooves will be celebrated.

A long evening where a trio of talented DJs will make us dance with an explosive mix of Cumbia rhythms, afro-beats, electro-tribal, funk, groove, etc.

That sounds very interesting, doesn’t it?

Finally, we hope that our Spanish course students say goodbye to the summer with joy, enjoying these September plans.

From our Spanish school El Rincón del Tándem, we encourage you to make new friends and practice Spanish in pleasant and informal contexts.

See you Monday!