Adeje Fiestas Patronales 2014

Adeje Fiestas Patronales 2014

Update 22 October: Adeje Ayuntamiento has confirmed that the following events postponed from last weekend as a result of the weather will now take place this weekend (weather permitting, but more rain is not expected):

  • Miss Sur Gala, Friday 24 October, 9.30pm, Plaza España
  • Verbena (street party) with ALTO  STANDING and SENSACIÓN GOMERA orchestras, Saturday 25 October, 10pm – 12 midnight Plaza España
  • Romería, Sunday 26 October, 1pm, Calle Grande (with a mass beforehand in the parish church and the Cattle fair at 10pm in the parking beside the main post office).

Update 18 October: As a result of the rain last night the open air Miss Sur contest scheduled to take place in the Plaza de España was suspended – a new date will be announced soon.

Given the forecast is for potentially bad weather this weekend, when a number of open air events are due to take place, the council is advising that the public may wish to check closer to the time of the main events to see if they are going ahead – at the moment there are no cancellations.

Clio O’Flynn will be posting updates on the Adeje English Time facebook page (link) on a regular basis, and any new updates will also be posted in Spanish in the Ayuntamiento de Adeje facebook page (link).

Original post 30 September: Adeje’s Fiestas Patronales start this Saturday, 4 October, and from next week there will be a whole range of events on offer until 19 October. The full list of events is HERE from the Ayuntamiento, and has been translated into English by Clio O’Flynn of Radio Sur Adeje English Time HERE – Clio says that timings are correct at the time of going to press and she will post any changes on the Adeje English Time Facebook page HERE. The “big” night, for most, will be Monday, 13 October, when there will be the traditional fiesta parade of the town’s icon of the Virgin Mary, followed by fireworks and entertainment. Adeje’s fiestas patronales end on the 19th with the local romería in Calle Grande, a traditional procession not to be missed.

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