Music, Arts and Food Festival

Music, Arts and Food Festival
Jacob Shaw centre Photo Credit: PMM

LA CALA DE MIJAS will welcome the Salida del Sol II Festival which will run from next Monday for seven nights at the Avanto Beach Restaurant.

This promises to be a celebration of music, arts and food with the added bonus of direct contact with the musicians and artistswhose work will be on display.

The festival will consist of seven concerts over seven nights with renowned international musicians coming from across the globe. The Costa del Sols finest local acts will be joined by a gallery of visual and performing artists from around the world in a cauldron of creativity.

The art event is open from 10am to 6pm and is free of charge with a number of the artists being present in order to talk about their passion, techniques and drives.

Each night will herald a different concept, exploring both the traditional and contemporary through audible and visual artistry, and a uniquely designed tapas menu will complement the evening.

The Programme

Monday: Grand Opening Soiree with Atlantic Folk Trio

Tuesday: David Lau Magnussen pianist

Wednesday: Justin Kangmin Kim a contra tenor

Thursday: Marisol Lee solo violinist

Friday: Jacob Shaw cello and David Lau Magnussen piano

Saturday:Trio del Sol  a piano trio

Sunday: Closing Festival Soiree featuring the festival participants and the International Music Society.

This is a new concept in Spain and if successful it will be repeated on an annual basis.

Organised by Project Music Management, a percentage of every ticket sold will be donated to the CUDECA Hospices.

The nightly schedule

8pm Arrival, cocktail and view art exhibition

8.30 pm Meet on the terrace

9pm First half of performance

9.30pm Drinks and Canapés on the terrace

10pm – Second half of performance

10.45pm Performance ends with a chance to meet the artists at the bar

Ticket Prices

One day ticket €25

Seven nights pass €160

There are a number of discounts for parties and families, details of all of these and ticket purchase can be obtained by emailing


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