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25 February 2018

The Cridà, a call by the Fallera Major (Fallas Queen) of Valencia from the unbeatable setting of the Serranos Towers, is the official invitation to begin Las Fallas. This call marks the beginning of the celebrations, the most important days of which will be from 15 to 19 March, when the city will turn into an explosion of light, colour, aromas and religious worship.

Venue:  Serranos Towers
Will take place between 18 October 2017 and 7 March 2018
Flamenco Evenings

WHO, WHAT AND HOW. The Talia Theatre is embracing the spirit of traditional performance with “Panorama Flamenco”, a series of shows featuring an exceptional selection of flamenco artists. Singer Sandra Carrasco and guitarist Daniel “Melón” Jiménez will get the season off to a rousing start, while the closing performance will be given by David Carmona. WHEN AND WHERE. Six performances will take place between 18 October 2017 and 7 March 2018 at the Talia Theatre. Each performance will start at 20:00 WHY YOU SHOULDN’T MISS IT. “Panorama Flamenco” is a unique opportunity to see leading lights from the world of flamenco. One such example is Pedro “El Granaino”, a performer who has received a great deal of popular and critical acclaim. He will be joined on the bill by the Miel de Romero trio and dancer Manuel Fernández Montoya, “El Carpeta”, who will also be accompanied by special guest La Farruca. The series also offers the perfect opportunity to discover the sound of the zambomba navideña, a percussion instrument originating in Jerez de la Frontera that will give a flamenco-inspired twist to this year’s Christmas Carols. Interested? Tickets are available at the online store of the Valencia Tourist Office and at the theatre’s own box office and website. Prices start at €12.

Venue:  Teatre Talia
1 -19 March
Mascletàs Fallas

Starting on the 1st of March, every day at 2 pm the city will be filled with the explosive noise of the traditional mascletà firework displays. Afterwards, the city’s outdoor bars and cafés fill with people enjoying a typical pre-dinner aperitif.

Venue:  Valencia City Hall
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From 2 February to 15 March

From 2February to 15 March the Sala de Arquerías in the City of Arts and Sciences is hosting this exhibition in which over 700 ninots will be shown. The attending members of the public, with their vote, will save two figures from the flames of the Cremà on 19 March, which will then form part of the Fallero Museum following the Fallas. This museum has housed the pardoned ninots since 1934. Which would you save from the flames? Besides, the ticket to this exhibition includes free entry to the Fallas Museum until 19 March. Opening hours: Monday to Sunday, from 10:00 to 20:30 General admission: €3 Reduced admission: €1.50

Venue:  City of Arts and Sciences
The night of 15 to16 March
La plantà Fallas

On the night of 15 to 16 March the plantà (installation) takes place, when the falleros and falleras, the men and women who construct the fallas (monuments), get together to work through the night on erecting them, to have them finished by dawn on the 16th.

Venue:  The streets of Valencia
17 March
Prize Giving Ceremony for Las Fallas

On the morning of 17th, the falleros and their commissions go to the Plaza del Ayuntamiento to collect their prizes. Prior to the ceremony the jury visits all of the city’s sculptures, of which there are over 750 including the large and the children’s sculptures, in order to decide upon the winners.

Venue:  Plaza del Ayuntamiento
19 March
La Cremà (The Burning)

On 19 March all of the sculptures, both those in the large and the children’s categories, go up in flames. At 10 pm the Cremà of the children’s sculptures begins. Two hours later it is the turn of the large monuments. The falla in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento is the last one to burn, at 1 am in the morning. It is always preceded by a small display of spectacular fireworks which fill the square with noise, light and colour, leading to the Cremà of the city’s last falla and with it the end of the festival

Venue:  The streets of Valencia
From October 2017 to May 2018.

WHO, WHAT AND HOW. The basketball season has begun! You can now watch Valencia Basket take on its opponents in the Liga Endesa and Turkish Airlines Euroligue. Don’t forget that the boys in orange are the current champions of the Liga Endesa, so we can hope for some early success-stories. WHEN AND WHERE. You can view the list of fixtures to be played at the Fuente de San Luis Arena (“La Fonteta”) from October 2017 to May 2018. WHY YOU SHOULDN’T MISS IT. Valencia is not only about football, and having a championship-winning team is a source of great pride for the city. It’s time to defend the title and cheer the team on! La Fonteta is set to host a series of excellent basketball teams, including Real Madrid, Barcelona, Baskonia, Estudiantes, Olimpia Milano, Olympiacos, CSKA Moscow and Panathinaikos BC. INTERESTED? Matchday tickets can be purchased at the arena box office, online, or at one of the various points of sale located in shops throughout the city. You can also treat yourself to a season ticket, which is valid for all of the league, play-off and European matches that the team will play over the course of the season.

Venue:  Pabellón Fuente de San Luis
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