We mentioned earlier last week about the Sitges Wine Festival 2010. The event, which takes place over the weekend, features delicious gourmet food stalls right on the seafront on Saturday and Sunday along with the annual barrel run and trashing of the first grapes on the Sunday Afternoon.
Archive for month: September, 2009
The bears may have left Sitges this year… although there are still quite a few of them still around.. We’re already getting lots of questions about next years festivities, but don’t worry, the dates for next year’s May events have already been confirmed. The 6th international Bears Meeting will take place from the 29th of April to the 2nd of May 2010.
Check out the Bears Events page of Gay Sitges Guide for more details.
If you’re planning to come to Sitges Pride in 2010, then you better start planning now. Its already busy in Sitges in July and this event is expected to attract thousands of visitors from across the world. The Circuit Festival in Barcelona attracted more than 50,000 visitors and Sitges was booked solid in August. Likewise, Barcelona Pride had more than 45,000 attendees.
Sitges expects record numbers. With parades, special concerts, pre-parties, beach parties and more to come, ensure that you get VIP treatment right from the very beginning. We will be launching our VIP packages shortly. For further information or to book your hotel or apartment contact email@example.com or use the contact form.
There’s still time to top up your summer tan! As September rolls on, yes you can get some odd few hours during the day where it might cloud over, but in general the weather is perfect for a late Summer break.
Oliver Parker’s Dorian Gray, starring Colin Firth and Rebecca Hall.
Accidents Happey – Staring Geena Davis.
The Sitges Film Festival takes place this October 1st to 12th with thousands of film previews showing across Sitges! Definitely worth a visit. Check out the Film Festival’s listing on Gay Sitges Guide here.
Don Facundo Bacardí Massó was one of Sitges’ most distinguished citizens, as the founder of Bacardi.
His great-great grandson Facundo Bacardi, the Bacardi chairman, joined Sitges Mayor Jordi Baijet to honour his memory with the unveiling of a statue celebrating his life, success, and connections to Sitges.
Mr. Massó was a merchant born and raised in Sitges who emigrated to Santiago de Cuba in 1830. In 1862, he revolutionised the spirits world with the creation of Bacardi rum, the world’s first light bodied and mixable rum.
The Sitges-inspired sculpture by artist Lorenzo Quinn is entitled “Looking into the Future” and will become a permanent fixture on the town’s seaside promenade, the Paseo Marítimo.
The one-of-a-kind work has a base of solid stone; on top of which is a large steel circle held up by open hands made of bronze and the Bat, the globally recognised symbol of Bacardi, also known symbol of good luck, fortune and family unity.
The base has an embedded plaque with a portrait and explanation of the life and vision of Mr. Massó.
Mr. Quinn created the sculpture using stone from Sitges. The circle symbolises the global dimensions of the brand and the company. The open hands reaching for the sky symbolise letting dreams take flight, with the confidence to succeed.
Of course the perfect places to enjoy a Bacardi Mojito in Sitges are Parrots Pub and Terrace and Marypili. Check out the bars section on Gay Sitges Guide for details.
This September is shaping up to be one of the hottest yet.. As you know we’ve got great weather and some hot bears..but thats not all..
First of all, its a long weekend in Sitges.. tomorrow is Catalunya Day…so expect Thursday night to be crazy everywhere!
Then, shop till you drop this weekend, as the Sitges Annual Stock Fair takes place at La Fragata from 10am in the morning ’till alate in the evening on Sunday the 13th of September. Great bargains to be had!
Then, next weekend, indulge you palette as the annual Sitges Wine and Gourmet Food festival takes place along the seafront.
Then finish off Sitges with the Santa Tecla Festival. Think of it as a sort of mini Fiesta Mayor! Complete with fireworks, fire processions, dancing giants and more! Not to be missed and a great way to finish the Summer Season!
The “Curry & Comedy Supper” takes place in the garden of the Liberty Hotel this coming Saturday, 12 September. The Curry Supper – eat as much as you like buffet – will comprise of Popadums & salad and raita, Thai, Indian, Malaysia and Vegetarian curries and some Cooling Pavlovas. The Bar is open from 7pm, Supper will be served from 8pm and the show will begin at 9pm.
Below you can see some of Lorraine’s hilarious antics on stage.
Tickets are on sale at the Liberty Hotel. For bookings phone the hotel on +34 93 894 1662
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