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Bilbao vibrará con la cultura urbana y juvenil más espectacular con el Festival BreakOnStage

Following last year’s success, attended by over 5,000 people, this show returns aimed at all audiences interested in new trends in music, dance, acrobatics and urban sports. Read more

Gutun Zuria 2015: ‘Evocando a Eros’

Az Azkuna Zentroa is holding the Gutun Zuria International Festival of Bilbao from 16th to 25th April, celebrating this year its 8th edition. An appointment with literature, which encourages direct interaction between the public and writers of renown.
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“basque FEST” potencia la actividad en Bilbao y consolida el atractivo turístico de la ciudad en Semana Santa

“Basque FEST” Festival of Basque Culture and Avant-Garde, promoted by the Bilbao City Council, in collaboration with Biscay Provincial Council and the Basque Government, has celebrated its third edition, reinforcing the “pull” of Bilbao as “urban destination” for holidays, which mobilizes thousands of people, mostly from the state market. Hotel occupancy, according to data provided by the Association Destino Bilbao, has reached 88 percent of hotel places in 2-5 stars hotels. Read more

The XXI edition of FANT will host the premiere of “Wayward Pines” series by director M. Nigth Shyamalan

The week of May 8-15, Bilbao will become the capital of fantastic cinema once again on the occasion of the celebration of the XXI edition of FANT. Bilbao festival will host the premiere of the series “Wayward pin” in collaboration with FOX Spain, starring Matt Dillon and written and directed by filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan, known for films like “Signs” or “Sixth Sense”.
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Mumford & Sons, nuevo cabeza de cartel en el festival Bilbao BBK Live

Mumford & Sons will be another of the grand names to perform at the tenth edition of Bilbao BBK Live. The British band will offer the Biscay capitol their only 2015 festival concert in Spain. Together since 2007, the band quickly stood out in what was then called the ‘West London folk scene’. Read more