Music and cinema for enjoy this weekend in Ibiza

- End of the exhibition "Muestra del Comic". More information. 
- Cinema in Sant Josep "El ciudadano ilustre" Read more. 
- Folklore: Traditional dance in Es Martell (Ibiza). More information
- Local products in "Es Mercat Vell". Read more
- Children of the 80's - Queen Forever in Hard Rock Hotel. Read more. 

- "¡Mójate por la esclerosis Multiple!", in swimming pool of Raspallar. Read more. 
- Kayak to discover the Posidonia. Read more
- Cinema in San Jordi: Mrs Smith goes to Washington. Read more. 
- Noche del corto en San Agustín. Read more. 
- Interpretative itinerary. Read more. 
- Craft gair in San José and workshop. Read more. 
- Starst Nits de Tanit Festival, Souad Massi. More information. 
- 1st Friends Cup in Golf Ibiza. Read more. 
- Popular "Sardinada" in San José. More information. 
- Traditional market of Forada. Read more. 

- Enjoy with the Fashion Tea in Tanit Dreams, Santa Gertrudis. More information. 
- Cinema in Cala Llonga beach. Read more. 
- Festivitie of the Virgen del Carmen in San Antonio. More information. 
- "Nits amples" in San Antonio. Concert. Read more. 
- End of the exhibition of Picasso: Guernica. More information. 

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