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Pride Parade, parties, concerts & more
Al Andalus Pride | ORGULLO LGBT Sevilla 2020 - Cancelled

June 27, 2020 - annual dances, music concerts, activism, shows & exhibitions. Saturday, 8pm evening Parade parade in the evening in city center, (past year) from the Diputación Provincial de Sevilla to the Alameda de Hércules. Plaza d'España festival with music entertainment & party. See website for updates/ more information.
At "Real de la Feria"
Seville Feria 2020 - Postponed until September dates TBA

September, 2020. New dates won't include sweet orange blossom and jasmine scents this year, but next year on April 18-24, 2021, the city's two most important events take place again: Semana Santa / Easter, then the Feria de abril de Sevilla / Seville Spring Fair. Dancing, drinking, eating, late or all-nighters, fireworks, parades, & daily bullfights.
Fiestas Misters GuadalkiBear
GuadalkiBear 2019

October 8-12, 2020. 4-day activities normally include: Mr GuadalkiBear Bear/ Chubby + Mr Chaser contests; cocktail parties; dance parties, a sightseeing tour;  sauna night; entertainment shows; and "la fiesta del barco," (SAT Boat Party). Venues to include: Men to Men, Gold Sevilla, Itaca, and Restaurante Manolo León. See info online/ contact:
The 17th annual
Festival de Sevilla

November 6-14, 2020. Annual meeting place for European film talents, specialised journalists and professionals Nine days when industry, public and critics gather amidst the best European cinema. Spanish premieres of contemporary auteurist cinema, large number of emerging talents, promotion of young Spanish cinema and support for Andalusian cinema - a public joy, of films and filmmakers.
Likely the most famous Holy Week in the world
Semana Santa Sevilla

March  28 - April 4, 2021. Over 55 church brotherhoods, some dating to 13th century, take part, carrying over 100 different floats, or pasos, through streets of Seville. Nazarenos in the march sometimes number over 2,000 for each procession. The fiesta marks the arrival of spring, with celebrations filling the streets, churches, bars and restaurants.