From Thursday 21 to Sunday 24 June takes place in the streets of Marbella the fourth edition of the International Art Festival Marbella, which will feature works by national and international artists. The venue will be at La Alameda Park and Avenida del Mar, only a few metres from the seafront and old town.
For three days more than 80 artists from different countries will present their creative works and art in tents set up outdoors in the Avenida del Mar. During these days of exhibition there will also be many free activities such as musical performances, lectures and conferences, street theatre, dance, performances and entertainment for children.
In this edition of Arts Festival also collaborates the prestigious Carmen Thyssen Museum Malaga and exhibits a sculpture, a large puzzle with which the public can play, composing and decomposing it. And of course, food cannot miss among so much activity and visitors also have a gourmet area at their disposal.
There is a broad program of classical Spanish guitar music, Funk & Soul, Country & Blues, Tenor & Mezzo & Soprano, Fusion & Latin Jazz, Flamenco Show, Pop, Dance Show, Juggler, Music 60s & Rock’n Roll and a lot more… you can find the complete program at http://issuu.com/linelyster/docs/final_programme_issue_version?mode=window
The International Art Festival Marbella begins on Thursday 21st at 7.30 pm and develops its program over the next days from noon until 11 pm.
The Avenida del Mar is located in the centre of Marbella, just a few metres from the old town and the promenade, linking the Alameda Park and the sea. This Avenue, whose floor is made of marble, is an elegant pedestrian mall with fountains, pergolas, planters and a collection of 10 sculptures cast in bronze by Salvador Dali. It is a walking area that has underground parking and therefore offers a fantastic opportunity to park in the city centre. Along the Avenue are located restaurants, bars and one of the hot spots, the Buddha beach Bar.
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