Are you ready to spend a nice weekend of Fallas in Valencia? Besides the festivity, our Spanish school, El Rincón del Tándem, will also tell you about some other cultural events 😊
The city is preparing to celebrate this weekend of Fallas in Valencia with small mascletás, delicious street food and, of course, the cremà of the fallas.
If in the middle of the fallas celebrations, you want to enjoy other cultural plans, we also leave you a couple of suggestions
Let’s see them in detail….
Bombas DJ Sessions
Friday 3, at 7.30 pm
Bomba Gens, Av. Burjassot 54
Bombas DJ Sessions is a new proposal of the contemporary art museum whose aim is to make public know projects of local and national artists.
The project is divided into cycles, each coordinated by guest cultural agents. This cycle, led by gallery owner Ismaël Chappaz, consists of 5 sessions that take place on the first Friday of each month until December.
At the DJ sessions, the public will enjoy experimental artistic projects through different media such as music and audiovisual.
This afternoon’s session will be led by Fito Conesa, a famour artista of the Barcelona art scene.
Admission is free until full capacity. No prior registration is required.
Friday 3, Saturday 4 and Sunday 5
Sala Carme Teatre, Calle Gregorio Gea 6 bajo
Ticket: from 8 euros
This September, the annual proyect Cycle “Escèniques LGTBI” comes back at the Carme Teatre. A series of shows and dance performances that this year celebrates its fifth edition and that foresees the participation of companies from Valencia, Madrid, Galicia and the Canary Islands.
The cycle starts this weekend with the premiere of Nous-altres possibles, the last piece of the Valencian company directed by Javier J. Hedrosa.
It is a contemporary dance show about a journey between self and other identities.
You can get your ticket by entering this webpage.
As usual, these Fallas 2021 have brought to the city numerous craft markets and food stalls installed in different places of the city.
This year there are a total of 170 stalls, where crafts, gifts, food and drinks are sold.
Therefore, if you plan to make a route of Fallas and suddenly need something to eat to follow the path, you will have plenty of places where to stop at.
Also, if you are a craftwork lover and you like looking for unique and original items, a tour of the markets can be a good plan for your weekend.
Below you will find the most important street markets:
– In the neighbourhood of Ruzafa there are markets in different places (Calle Cuba-Buenos Aires, Literato Azorín and Calle Cervera)
– One of the most popular markets of Fallas is the one that is installed in Avenida Reino de Valencia. There you will find everything….
– Bailén market, nearby the North train station
– Traditional market of the Falla Castellón-Segorbe and the Fallas Antigua de Campanar.
Finally, don’t miss the chance to merendar churros, buñuelos and hot chocolate 😊
Besides that, if you want to know more about the program of las Fallas de Valencia 2021, go back to our previous post.
We hope this article will help you plan your weekend of Fallas in Valencia.
As always, we encourage you to enjoy our beautiful Valencia and its cultural offer, continuing to practice your Spanish.
Our Spanish school El Rincón del Tándem wishes you a happy weekend.
See you soon!