This Wednesday, the City Council of Roquetas de Mar presents the long-awaited A pie de Calle program. It is one of the most deeply rooted cultural activities in the province. For over two decades, it has been transferring culture along the municipality's shorefront promenades with mostly free activities.
Juanjo Salvador, Andalusian parliamentarian for PP, has created a program with over 100 activities. However, this time, all activities require tickets to be purchased.
The A pie de Calle program will have seven stages this year. This is in addition to Plaza de Toros. There will also be stages in Villa Africa de Aguadulce and Castillo de Santa Ana. These stages will be next to the building. Playa Serena Sur car parks will host the free concerts Fangoria (August 6) and Ana Mena(August 11).
The veteran Mare Musicum, which will be held in the Castillo de Santa Ana, will feature concerts by Concerto 1700 on July 9, Tasto Solo on July 11, Armonia Concertada on July 12, and Youth Orchestra of the EMM on Jul 13, in this instance, Parroquia de Nuestra Senora del Carmen in Aguadulce), Collegium Musicum Madrid, Silvia Marquez and La Tempestad on August 17th. Other free events include JJ Fuentes on July 22, Julio Ruiz on Jul 23, Nuevos aires, Almenara on Judit Alferez and Judit Alferez on July 29, Judit Alferez in Julio Ruiz on Julio 29. Judit Alferez is also available (July 27). Judit Alferez will be there (July 28, Julio Ruiz at Julio 30. Judit Alferez at Julio 31), Silvia del Carmen, in Agua and Cesar Maldonado (August 14), Enna and Generacion Beta (August 14, Lidia Plaza) and Enna (August 19), Lidia Plaza (August 20), Lidia Plaza (August 18), Lidia Plaza (August 19, Lucy
Other events worth noting include the traditional Medieval Market which moves this year to the first day of July or the Roquetas carnival, which will take place in the Castillo de Santa Ana's amphitheater on August 5th and 6.
This extensive program includes the following paid shows: Manolo Garcia (July 1) and Vanesa Martins (July 2), Cantajuegos (July 8), Miguel Povedas (July 10), Camilos (13 and 14), Los Morancos, Leiva (July 17), Camilo (13, July 14), Camilo (13, July 14), Camilo (13, July 14), Camilo (13, Leiva (July 15), Leiva, Leiva (July 5), Leiva (July 7).