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Calling all Lovers of Salsa and Latin rhythms!

The First International Salsa Festival of the Costa del Sol comes to Torremolinos!
A truly spectacular event that will see 4 of the most celebrated Latin artists share the stage in a unique show.

Over three days, you can enjoy an all-star line-up from the very heart of Havana, with headline artists:

Issac Delgado

Eliades Ochoa

Adonis & Osain del Monte

Haila Mompie

From September 13th to 15th, the Torremolinos “Principe de Asturias Auditorium” will be the chosen venue for 3 days of great fun and loads of rhythm, You’ll also be able to find Salsa workshops for novices, Rumba workshops and at the same time, enjoy tasty Cuban treats and a Cuban cocktail bar.

Entry is by “Day” ticket at 38€ + booking fee 4.37€ or a “Full pass 3 day ticket” at 70€ + booking fee 7.85€.

Tickets can be purchased online from

Issac Delgado – is one of the founders of “NG La Banda” and is a popular Salsa and Timba performer, In 1991 Delgado put together his own band and recorded the CD, Dando La Hora under the artistic direction of Gonzalo Rubalcaba. This album received the 1992 EGREM Prize. His second CD, Con Ganas, again with Rubalcaba, received two EGREM prizes in 1993Eliades Ochoa – is a Cuban guitarist and singer from Loma de la Avispa, He began playing the guitar when he was six and in 1978 he was invited to join Cuarteto Patria, He plays the Guitar, Tres and also a variant of the guitar, with two additional strings. His involvement with the Buena Vista Social Club and the Wim Wenders film of the same name (1999), has led him to worldwide fame.

Adonis y Osain del Monte – a Cuban group with many talents, combining the “Folk Culture” of some of Havana’s more colourful areas, with Rumba rhythms crossing into Afro drumbeats.

Haila Mompié or simply Haila, is a Cuban singer. She specializes in Son and Timba music, being the lead vocalist in the popular Azúcar Negra. She collaborated on “La Rumba Soy Yo”, a various artists rumba album that received the Latin Grammy Award for Best Folk Album in 2001.

Daily programme
Friday 13th Sept – 9pm Inauguration followed by Issac Delgado and Latin music DJs – this is only for the Full Pass ticket holders*

Saturday 14th Sept – Open from 1pm to 4am Sunday
Issac Delgado and his Orchestra
Adonis Panter & Osain del Monte
Yailin Beltrán & his Orchestra
Rumba and Salsa workshops
Latin DJs

Sunday 15th Sept – From 1pm until closing
The La Habana 500th Anniversary Orchestra featuring;
Eliades Ochoa
Haila Mompié
Issac Delgado

Issac Delgado –

Eliades Ochoa –

Adonis & Osain del Monte  –

Haila Maria Mompie  –

An evening of modern and traditional Celtic entertainment with 2 groups of Pipers, Riverdance and 2 bands (Dex’s Celtic Connections + Stolen Gnomes).

The event starts on Saturday 3rd August from 6pm with a Celtic themed market in the plaza between the Auditorium, the Plaza de Toros and the Encarnación church in Mijas Pueblo.
Great food including; Irish Beefburgers and Irish Sausages, Lorne Sausage sandwich, Haggis and Fried Mars Bar (YES seriously!) Classic drinks including Guinness, Single Malt Whisky drams, Cider, Irn Bru.
Food and Drinks served all evening.

The bus Nº122 that runs between Fuengirola station and Mijas Pueblo has been extended to 2am, single fare is 1.55€.
Parking will be in the quarry, the police will be there to direct you to it, and from there a FREE shuttle bus service runs every 20 mins.

The doors to the auditorium open at 8pm and remember entry is absolutely FREE!!
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