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Santiago's Entertainment Guide

Music

18/09/2019 - 20/09/2019
19:00
The Royal Filharmony of Galicia will give a series of concerts in the Compostela neighborhoods. +Info
21/09/2019
Parque de Belvís
The 'Rock is Dead Festival' is a rock music festival for the whole family, a great party in which local music and culture is exhibited bringing it closer to families. In addition to music, you can enjoy during the day of chess championships, literary workshops, football and electronic drums...
18/10/2019
19:30 | Hotel NH Collection Santiago de Compostela *****
notiNHas 18-10: *19:30h-21h: DJ Manuele Caamagno *21h: Concert - Los Bengala (Rock&Roll felino. Garage. Aragón) *Guest chef: Juan Crujeiras - Bido (A Coruña)   The roof of the Hotel NH Collection Santiago once again offers melodies and savories during...

Fiestas

21/06/2019 - 23/06/2019
Plaza de Mazarelos
While St. John’s Bonfire Night is taking place, Santiago hosts a festival, for the fourth year in a row, with a artisan market and a program  with a wide range of activities and workshops to highlight the Galician traditions of this time of year, marked by the summer solstice. 

Exhibitions

14/05/2019 - 28/12/2019
11:00 | Museo do Pobo Galego
The exhibition has two sections, one of biographical content that proposes an itinerary throught the life of Antonio Fraguas, with special attention to his career as galician and teacher, an active member of the most outstanding institutions of the country's culture during eight fertile...
28/06/2019 - 29/09/2019
11:00 | CGAC (Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea)
Project 20 Red Lights is a political essay that reveals the implications of the digital financialization of the economy and its relation to the radicalization of the neoliberal agenda, a topic of great importance in the context of our global culture that deserves a rigorous reflection from the...
28/06/2019 - 13/10/2019
CGAC (Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea)
The exhibition tries to resituate the problem of refugees from a complex perspective, avoiding the sensational elements of journalistic immediacy and pointing to a more historical reflection that takes into account the way in which our societies have also been built from exile, with exile and...