Summer is officially here! And it’s so good to know that there are some other options than just opening parties! Free events in June are as follows…
ADILIB FASHION SHOW
When: 7th, 8th & 9th June
Where: Marina Botafoch
About: The annual appointment of Adlib fashion show. This year they will show the collections of 17 Ibiza’s designers with international models such as Toya Montoya, which is also the image of the Adlib Moda Ibiza 2018 campaign and the brand’s ambassador in this edition, as well as Miss Mundo 2015, Mireia Lalaguna, and professionals of the caliber of Krys Pasiecznik, Mireia Canalda, Felipe López and the Ibicencan Ana Vide, among others.
AIYANNA FOOD FESTIVAL
When: 9th June
Where: Aiyanna Ibiza
About: After the success of the first edition, on Saturday 9th of June, the BEACH FOOD FESTIVAL comes back to Aiyanna Ibiza! Join the great variety of food stalls with their specialties from all over the world: Indonesia, Korea, Italia, Mexico and much more! With a mix of music and art, this event will combine live art performances from Circolar (Ibiza Circus School) and live music from Kandela Mi Son and Shakatribe and a DJ set by Jon Sa Trinxa and Chino Paino. The event will also feature a kids’ play area, so parents can also come and enjoy the event.
IBIZA GAY PRIDE
When: 13th – 16th June
Where: Various location around Ibiza Town
About: The fourth edition of Ibiza Gay Pride includes a 4-day celebration with activities aimed at accepting diversity and the struggle for equality of the LGTBIQ community. The motto this year is “for LGTBIQ rights in the world, let’s change the world” acknowledging that even if Ibiza is a very tolerant and open-minded place, there are still many places around the world where things are still different. The most important event is the march for the right of the LGTBIQ community which will take place on Saturday 16th of June from 7pm. The march will begin from the Fishermen’s Guild in the Port of Ibiza.
SAN JUAN FIESTAS
When: Saturday 23rd June
Where: San Juan village
About: The day of San Juan coincides with the summer solstice – the longest day of the year – where celebrations will include traditional Ibicenco gastronomy, rituals like fire dancing, bonfires and music in the street which will culminate on Saturday night with fireworks. A local public holiday in aid of the celebration will take place across the zones of San Juan and Ibiza town only.