Mallorca What's On

20th May

PALMA

If you love Zumba, don’t miss this event: Respirapor Zumba – a fundraiser for the FundacionRespiralia, which supports those with cystic fibrosis. It’s happening on May 31st at Profitness Urban Club in Palma from 11am until 1pm and again from 5pm until 7pm. Twelve different Zumba leaders will run sessions during these times and you can attend one session for 3 euros or four sessions for 5 euros. All proceeds will go to the FunacionRespiralia.

CAN PICAFORT

Can Picafort is the location of the nautical sports and cuttlefish gastronomy fair this weekend, starting on Friday and running throughout the weekend. The action happens around the PaseoMaritimo and the Plaza Cervantes, all day each day.

MAGALUF

The Baleares International College – opposite Western Park in Magaluf – has their summer fayre this Saturday, May 24th. It’s on from 11am and includes stalls, games, a bar, BBQ, paella, entertainment and more all day. There’s free parking in the old Aquapark.

BINISSALEM

Mallorca has plenty of stone and there’s a chance to see what can be done with it at the Stone and Craftwork Fair which is on this weekend in Binissalem, on both Saturday and Sunday.

MANACOR

The town of Manacor has its annual spring celebrations starting this Sunday, 25th, with events all the following week. On Sunday it’s the animal and agricultural fair, happening on and around the Via Ferrocaril, the ring road.

CAMPOS

Coming soon, it’s the Mallorca Meditation Festival – open to anyone who wants to share, learn or deepen their knowledge of meditation and other techniques. There are lots of activities happening throughout the four-day event, including yoga, dance, concerts, vegetarian and vegan food, chill-out areas, massages and alternative therapies. The Festival is taking place near Campos, at FincaCa’nCorem, a renovated old farm, not far from EsTrenc beach. It starts at 4.30pm on Thursday, June 5th and ends on Sunday, June 8th at 7pm. You can attend the whole festival or just part of it, but bookings are needed.For more information, call 971 676 469 or check out www.bodhana.com.

CALA D’OR

The 18th Jazz Festival of Cala d’Or started yesterday and is now in full swing until 24th May. There are jazz performances in Cala d’Or and Cala Egos every evening from 9pm until late in various locations, with performances by bands including Swing Creole, Mack the Latin Jazz, Jazz Fingers, Long Time No Swing and more.

13th May

PALMA

The Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir is on Mallorca at the moment and will perform a special free concert tomorrow (Wednesday) in Palma, at the Cathedral. It starts at 8pm

VALLDEMOSSA

The 7th classical music festival Pianino kicks off this Saturday with a Chopin recital by Paul Rios Vazquez, in the lovely setting of the Valldemossa Chapterhouse. The concert starts at 8.30pm and tickets are just15 euros. Get yours by phoning 971 72 83 12.

CAPDEPERA

This weekend it’s the annual Medieval Fair and Market in the village of Capdepera. Expect jousting, falconry displays, food and drink, stalls selling all manner of artisan goods – and lots of visitors. Be prepared to walk from the village outskirts if you’re taking a car. It’s on Friday 16th to Sunday 18th, all day.

PORT ADRIANO

Stand-up paddle has become a hugely popular sport on the island and this weekend is the Stand-up paddle race, organized by the Mar Balear SUP Centre in Port Adriano. Even if you only spectate, it should be a fun event. From Friday 16th to Sunday 18th May, at Port Adriano.

SANT JORDI

The traditional snail fair is a one-day gastronomic and artisan event in the village of Sant Jordi, near Palma’s airport, taking place all day this Sunday, May 18th. Expect the usual traditional activities – as well as lots of snails.

COSTA D’EN BLANES

With the European Elections just around the corner, Rosa Estaras will be giving a talk in English to the international community, about Brussels and the elections. All are welcome to this free event. It’s happening Friday, May 16th at 6pm prompt, in the Urbanizacion Costa d’en Blanes. Report at the security hut at the estate entrance and you’ll be directed to the venue.

INCA
There’s an excellent photographic art exhibition on at the moment until May 25th at the Museum of shoes and leather in Inca. The photos by Nando Esteva are of shoes made locally, each interpreted in a culinary way by one of eight renowned chefs on the island, including Tomeu Caldentey, Joan Marc and Santi Taura.

PALMA

The abcMallorca Gourmet Club has an event this Friday evening on the terrace of their offices in Can Veri in Palma. Emilio Castrejón from the well-known restaurant Emilio Innobar will offer finger food, there’ll be a selection of the best Mallorcan wines, and cupcakes for a sweet finale.

The event is from 6pm until 8pm and costs 20 euros per person.

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6th May

PALMA

There’s a chance to discover and taste some of Mallorca’s excellent wines this Thursday, 8th May, at the Pati de la Misericordia in Palma. This annual wine-tasting event is from 6pm until 10pm and entry is eight euros.

If beer is more your thing, don’t miss Beer Palma, which is on now until May 11th, at Parc de la Mar in Palma. Opening hours are 11am until 10pm Mondays to Thursdays, and from 11am until 11pm, Friday to Sunday. We’re told there are more than 100 different beers to try – including some artisan beers from Mallorca – as well as great tapas. Entry to the event is free but of course you have to pay for your drinks and food! Beers are between 2 and 4 euros for a third of a litre. Tapas are between 1 and 3 euros each.

The RANA Foundation and abcMallorca invite you to the sixth RANA Charity Gala, taking place this Friday, May 9th from 8pm at Finca Son Mir, on the outskirts of Palma. RANA is the local non-profit association working to prevent mistreatment and sexual abuse of children. This very special annual event costs 100 euros per person to attend, including cocktail, dinner and raffle. Support the RANA Foundation’s valuable work by enjoying this great night out. To book, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fans of American football can enjoy the exciting semi-final between the Mallorca Voltors and Murcia Cobras at Son Moix next Sunday, May 11th. The game starts at 12 noon and entry to watch the game is FREE!

MAGALUF

On Saturday, May 10th it’s the annual Pirates Charity Premiere in Magaluf. Over the last 10 years, the event has raised more than 700,000 euros for Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. This year’s event premieres the new Pirates Mutiny Saturday show – which doesn’t include a meal but does include sangria, lager and soft drinks in the ticket price). This year, the money raised will go to GOSH and four local charities: Cancer Support Group Mallorca, Milk on Mondays Appeal, the Son Espases Children’s Ward and Stop FA, which helps sufferers of Friedreich’s Ataxia an inherited disease that causes progressive damage to the body’s nervous system.  The evening starts at 7pm, includes show, drinks,  a raffle and silent and main auctions, and promises to be a lot of fun. To book, visit www.globobalear.com


COSTA D’EN BLANES

There’s an interesting workshop on Wednesday, May 7th, presented by raw food chef Petra Wigermo, from raw food café Ziva To Go. Attend this and you’ll learn about the importance of your body’s pH balance to your health, the benefits of eating raw, how to prepare nut milks and include raw food in your diet. The workshop is from 11am until 12.30pm and costs just 5 euros to attend. It’s at Mood Beach at Costa d’en Blanes. Please reserve your place by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

22nd April

MAGALUF

The Final of the Mallorca’s Got Talent competition is this Saturday, April 26th from 6pm until 9.30pm, at the Pirates Adventure Theatre Magaluf. As well as performances from the finalists, there’ll be live music from hosts Izzy Newman and Paul Martin, a DJ set from Des Mitchell, an exclusive preview of this year’s Pirates show and an after-show party at Aroma in El Toro. Tickets start at 25 euros, to include food, beer, sangria and soft drinks. Book your place by calling 971 130 411.

This Sunday at Katmandu Park in Magaluf there’s a very special event in aid of Support Charley. Charley is a little boy who lives on Mallorca who has a unique medical condition, which means regular trips to Great Ormond Street Hospital for treatment. Support Charley helps fund this and the special audio and visual equipment he needs. Charley’s mum and some friends are walking 110 km – the length of the island from Cap de Pinar to Katmandu Park and will arrive around 2pm on Sunday, 27th and they’d be thrilled to see you there. The day will include a market, raffle, silent auction and a fantastic programme of live entertainment from 1pm until 7pm. Part of the discounted entry fee to Katmandu Park will be going to Support Charley.  Find out more onwww.supportcharley.com.

 

COSTA D’EN BLANES

It’s the European Parliament elections next month and EuropeosporEspaña has ‘The European Union – Love it or hate it?’ a debate in English, with time for questions and answers afterwards.  Debating the issue will be the pro-Europe ex-Euro MP, Sra Francisca Bennassar and the respected British journalist and author Hugh Ash.  The debate istonight (Tuesday) at Mood Beach, Portals, from 18:30-20:00h. Attendance should be confirmed by emailingThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

This Friday it’s the annual Palma Crew Show, taking place at Mood Beach, and includingdemonstrations, competitions, raffles, hog roast lunch and pool golf. It’s an excellent opportunity for networking within the sector and combines business and pleasure, with the famous Crew Party getting underway after the exhibition closes. As usual, a shuttle bus service for Crew Show Palma visitors will operate between Club de Mar in Palma and Mood Beach.www.crewshow.com

A week on Saturday, May 3rd, it’s the Calvia Lions’ entertaining opera with humour evening ‘A Night at the Opera’, at Mood Beach, Costa d’enBlanes. The evening includes cava reception and three-course dinner with wine, followed by a humorous opera act by George Pena, and then Claudia Lucia, with a party finale and evening of dancing. The cost for all this is just 32 euros and all proceeds go to the charity “Angels without Wings”, supporting the Son EspasesChildren’s Palliative Care Unit. Book your tickets now for what promises to be a fantastic nightby contacting Ronald Hawes on phone 608 531 211 or email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

15th April

PALMA

If you’re a fan of the British writer Jeffrey Archer, you can meet his Lordship this evening when he’s doing book-signings at the English book shop ‘Come in’ at number 58, CarrerMiquel in Palma. Catch him there at 6pm and get your book signed by him.

MAGALUF
This Easter Sunday,it’s the cricket match to raise funds for the Help for Heroes charity. It’s between the Ex-Servicemen’s XI and the Orca Baleares Yachties XI, with 30 overs a side. There’ll be a raffle with great prizes, bar, refreshments, BBQ, bouncy castle for the kids and entertainment by Izzy Newman. Support Help for Heroes by attending the match at Magaluf Cricket Ground on Sunday, April 20th. Wickets are pitched at 1pm. Free admission.

Britain may have talent, but so has Mallorca! And you can see the Final of the Mallorca’s Got Talent competition on Saturday, April 26th from 6pm until 9.30pm, at the Pirates Adventure Theatre Magaluf.As well as performances from the finalists, there’ll be live music from hosts Izzy Newman and Paul Martin, a DJ set from Des Mitchell, an exclusive preview of this year’s Pirates show and an after-show party at Aroma in El Toro. Tickets start at 25 euros, to include food, beer, sangria and soft drinks. Book your place by calling 971 130 411.

COSTA D’EN BLANES

With the European Parliament elections taking place next month, EuropeosporEspaña has ‘The European Union – Love it or hate it?’ a debate in English, with time for questions and answers afterwards.  Debating the issue will be the pro-Europe ex-Euro MP, Sra Francisca Bennassar and the respected British journalist and author Hugh Ash.  The debate takes place on Tuesday, April 22nd at Mood Beach, Portals, from 18:30-20:00h. Attendance should be confirmed by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Supper Club has their monthly meeting this Thursday, at Mood Beach in Costa d’enBlanes. This friendly social and business networking event includes a supper plate and 2 drinks for 15 euros. And a great speaker: Dr James Rieley will be speaking about “Achieving your goals” – and he’s very well-qualified to do so having written several business books and had his own successful business. The event is from 7pm until 9pm and you need to book by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phoning 638 767 366.

COSTA D’EN BLANES

In just a few weeks – on Saturday, May 3rd it’s the Calvia Lions’ event ‘A Night at the Opera’, taking place at Mood Beach, Costa d’enBlanes, as a fundraiser for ‘Angels without Wings’ - supporting Son Espases Palliative Care Unit. The evening is a humorous review starring George Pena, followed by a party with Claudia Lucia, and includes a three-course dinner including wine. Tickets are 32 euros for all this and you can find out more or book your tickets by contacting Ronald Hawes on phone 608 531 211 or email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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