This year marks the 541th Anniversary of the foundation of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. From its origins on June 24th 1478, first named El Real de las Tres Palmas (The Royal Town of the Three Palms), the city celebrates the anniversary of its foundation every summer with an intense program of cultural activities and open-air shows in and around Vegueta, the old quarter, and the festivities are completed every Saint John’s Night (Midsummer) the eve of the city’s Birthday, with an impressive display of fireworks on Las Canteras Beach. Locals and visitors gather by the thousands along the beach promenade to enjoy the show and the cheerful ambiance, a unique attraction for visitors who stay in the city during that time.
The Heineken International Canarias Jazz & más Festival is on 5- 21 July with concerts and gigs happening across the islands. There are also many free outdoor concerts .
Texas, Fangoria, Miss Caffeina, Carlos Sadness, Sidecars, Niños Mutantes, Elefantes … make up the poster of a Sum festival that in its second edition will once again become one of the main cultural offering of the Canary Islands.
The music festival, held in INFECAR , in Las Palmas, will have 2 big stages, special areas, restaurants, relaxation area … and the possibility of living a great tourist offer to say goodbye to the summer in Gran Canaria
TEXAS, a Scottish pop rock band from Glasgow. The band led by the singer Sharleen Spiteri is a reference of British pop rock since its debut in 1989 with the album ‘Southside’. During these last three decades they have published ten albums, of which they have sold more than 35 million copies worldwide.