Mallorca in January 2015: Read on for our pick of events and activities to look forward to in January, there’s something for everyone.
New Year’s Day Concert
Works by Rossini, Brahms, Strauss, G. Giménez, Tchaikovsky, J. Willaims, R. Korsakov, L. Anderson, A. Márquez, Bizet, Bernstein and Offenbach to be performed.
Dates: 01 January 2015 | 8.30pm | Website: Trui Teatre
Swan Lake – Russian Ballet
The Moscow Ballet returns to Palma to peform one of the worlds best known ballets.
Dates: 03 January 2015 | 9pm | Website and tickets: Palma’s Auditorium
The Nutcracker – Russian ballet
The Moscow Ballet returns back to the Auditorium of Palma with the Nutcracker in its original version.
Dates: 04 January 2015 | 7pm | Website and tickets: Palma’s Auditorium
Three King’s Parade 2015
The fiesta of the oriental kings is celebrated in memory of the three wise men who brought gold, frankincense and myrrh to the baby Jesus.
Itinerary: av.d’Antoni Maura, passeig del Born, pl.del Rei Joan Carles I, c.de la Unió, la Rambla, c. del Bisbe Campins, c. de Rubén Darío, passeig de Mallorca, av. de Jaume III, pl. del Rei Joan Carles I, passeig del Born y
pl. de la Reina.
From here the Three Kings will make their way up to Plaza Cort.
Dates: 05 January 2015 | 6pm
Sant Sebastià 2015
The programme of activities spans almost the whole month of January and includes many events, such as its famous firework display on the saint’s day. Every year, the Town Hall of Palma publishes a programme of activities for the Festes de Sant Sebastià.
Dates: 12-21 January 2015 | Palma de Mallorca
Sant Antoni 2015
Bonfires, singing & dancing, devil-chasing and parade of the ‘big heads’ followed by a street party that runs late into the night on the 16th January. The biggest festival is in Sa Pobla. The Sant Antoni festival is celebrated in other towns throughout Mallorca – check local press for details.
Dates: 16-17 January 2015 | Sa Pobla
Pinocchio, the Musical
Dates: 17-18 January 2015 | Website and tickets: Trui Teatre
Café Quijano is a Spanish pop band formed by three brothers, Manuel, Óscar and Raúl Quijano, all of whom are singers. In 2012, the brothers Quijano began the trilogy Origines El Bolero, which closes the Vol. 3 presented in December 2014 and with which are now touring making a stop in the Trui Teatre de Palma.
Dates: 31 January 2015 | Website and tickets: Trui Teatre