If you still don’t know what to do in Valencia this weekend, let our suggestions inspire you. Our Spanish school, El Rincón del Tándem, has made a small selection of events for the next few days, take a look! 😊

The time has come for students at our Spanish school to take a break from studying…so many of them are wondering what to do in Valencia this weekend.

The cultural and leisure offer for the next few days is varied and rich in events for all tastes.

At our Spanish school, we have chosen some of them so that you can enjoy a bit of everything: gastronomy, music, art and sustainable shopping.

Let’s take a look at them in detail!

Brahmand Fest

Friday 25th at 8.30pm
Matisse Club, Calle Campoamor 60
Tickets: 10-12 euros

Brahmand Fest is a micro festival of Indo-Flamenco-Jazz fusion music. A diverse and original plan, which will open our musical horizons to new sound experiences.

The programme of this small festival will open with a performance by the group Om Trio, Avantgarde Info-Jazz, at 8.30pm. A music band made up of saxophone, vibraphone and Indian tabla, whose repertoire combines contemporary music with traditional Indian music.

The evening continues with a surprise tasting of healing drinks with musical accompanied by by Dj Kshitj’s music (10pm) and will end with a concert by Taali Khali Quartet (11pm).

A multicultural band that will surprise the audience with original compositions and arrangements of traditional Indian and Middle Eastern songs.
Sounds too good to miss, doesn’t it? 😊

Dulk. Procés natural

Till May 8th
CCCC Centre del Carme, Calle del Museo 2
Free entrance

This exhibition focuses on the work of Dulk, a Valencian visual artist of international renown and author of the Town hall’s Fallas 2022.

In his work the artist reflects his great sensitivity to environmental issues and in particular to endangered species. In fact, his works speak of the climate emergency and its destructive effects, advocating the defence of the environment.

In this small exhibition, you can see up close the sketches, preparatory works and other works by Dulk, which stand out for the brilliance of the colours and the fantastic beings that inhabit an imaginary world rooted in nature.

Finally, you can visit the exhibition during the CCCC’s usual opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 9pm.
Don’t miss it!

Menús Verdi

From March 25th to al 10 April 10th

Menús Verdi is a collaboration between the Confederación de Empresarios de Hostelería de la Comunidad Valenciana and the Palau de les Arts, with the support of Turisme Comunitat Valenciana.

This initiative is part of the programme of parallel activities of the Marató Verdi, a project of the Palau de les Arts that promotes Verdi’s opera through participative activities. These include screenings, workshops, conferences, round tables, etc.

Thirsty-five restaurants from all over the Valencian Community are taking part in this gastronomic proposal. Each one has created a menu inspired by the Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi, referring to the most emblematic places or aspects of his life.

So, if you feel like exploring Verdi’s world through taste, you can create your own gastronomic itinerary by consulting this guide.

Enjoy your meal!

Il Market

Sunday 27th from 11am to 7.30pm
Satchmo Swing, Calle Cabo Jubi 4
Free entrance

This Sunday, our appointment with sustainable consumption returns 😊

Il Market. The flea market in Valencia is a second-hand market organised by the association il Quartiere.

This initiative is committed to more responsible consumption, providing a space where it is possible to buy and sell second-hand items and give them a second life. Among them, clothes, footwear, accessories, books, etc.

An opportunity to reuse and go in search of unique items…

As always, we hope you found our post about what to do in Valencia this weekend useful.

From our Spanish school El Rincón del Tándem we wish you happy days of rest and culture.

Finally, we remind you that every moment is a good time to improve your Spanish, practising the language outside the classroom and in your daily life 😉

Happy weekend!