Estepona Summer Fair: 7-12 July 2015

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Estepona Summer Fair 2015

Estepona Summer Fair 2015

Estepona celebrates its Summer Fair from 7 to 12 July, 2015 with most of the action taking place at the Fairground.

SOURCE: Manilva Life Newsletter

Programme

Tuesday 7 July
7 pm – Parade of ‘Giants and Bigheads’ through the town centre announces the start of this year’s Estepona Summer Fair.
9 pm – The coronation of the Queens and Ladies in Waiting will be held at the Estepona Orchid House followed by a performance of flamenco dance by Sheila Jimenez, and finally a firework spectacular to launch this year’s Estepona Feria.
Midnight – Official inauguration of the funfair by the Mayor accompanied by the Estepona Town Band.
12.30 am – Music and dancing into the early hours with the band Crucero in the main pavillion.

Wednesday 8 July – Children’s Day with 50% discount on fairground attractions
12.30 pm – Day Fair at the fairground.
6.30 pm – Children’s Party in the main pavillion with entertainment and chocolate fountain by Trompecocos.
9.30 pm – Performances of classical Spanish dancing by the Eva Alarcon Dance Group, and modern dance by the Laura Perea Dance Group.
10.30 pm – Music and dancing into the early hours with the band Crucero in the main pavillion.

Thursday 9 July
12.30 pm – Day Fair at the fairground.
6.30 pm – Seniors’ Party in the main pavillion.
9.30 pm – Performances of ballroom, cabaret and oriental dancing by the Marivi Rodriguez Dance Group, and modern and contemporary dance by the Claudia Ramírez Rodríguez Dance Group
10.30 pm – Music and dancing into the early hours with the band Crucero in the main pavillion.
12.30 am – Comedy with Manolo Sarria and Justo Gomez. Free Entry.

Friday 10 July
12.30 pm – Day Fair at the fairground.
9.30 pm Performances of classic Spanish and flamenco dancing by the Lourdes Barrientos Dance Group, and modern dance by the Lourdes Bazán Dance Group.
10.30 pm – Music and dancing into the early hours with the band Crucero in the main pavillion.
12.30 am – Grand Fiesta de las Sevillanas with the Cantores de Hispalis. Free entry.

Saturday 11 July
12.30 pm – Day Fair at the fairground.
8.30 pm – Grand Parade at the fairground. A procession of horse drawn carriages will carry the feria Queens and their entourages around the fairground, accompanied by floats and entertainers.
9.30 pm – Performances by the Ana Guerrero and Monica Peña Dance Academies.
10.30 pm – Music and dancing into the early hours with the band Crucero in the main pavillion.
12.30 am – Performance by the Spanish pop singer Melody. Free Entry.

Sunday 12 July
12.30 pm – Day Fair at the fairground.
7.30 pm – Bullfight at the Estepona Bullring.
9.30 pm – Performance of Latin dance by the Maribel García Dance Group and the La Milana Dance Studio.10.30 pm – Music and dancing into the early hours with the band Crucero in the main pavillion.

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Jul 03, 2015
Bullfighting scum
by: Anonymous

Hope enough of us turn up to dusrupt this evil practice. Lets poke a few holes in those that think its fun

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