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12:53

What to do

A weekend of international music stars at Gibraltar Calling

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Gibraltar Calling Festival takes place over the weekend 7-8 September this year. It promises two nights of exciting live music performed by international award-winning musicians who include Spanish heartthrob Enrique Iglesias, Take That, Liam

17:01

What to do

Relive the UK rock music scene of the 80s at La Paloma park

Tony Bryant

The municipal auditorium in La Paloma park in Benalmádena will host a special tribute concert that will recreate the sounds and ambience of the 1980s pop music scene on Friday, 30 August. The three-hour concert will present celebrated Spanish band

12:48

What to do

Cudeca charity punk, rock and The Beatles concert

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The Cudeca Care Hospice will present its Pop/Rock Music Story Tribute Festival to raise funds towards caring for people with cancer and other advanced illnesses. INFORMATION When. 6 September from 9pm. What. Tribute acts to 60s and 70s, The ... Beatles. The Remolones play music from the era of punk rock with special tributes to The Ramones.

15:10

Gibraltar

More artists announced for Gibraltar Calling music festival

Debbie Bartlett

Two more artists have been announced for the Gibraltar Calling Music Festival at the Europa Point Leisure Complex on 7 and 8 September. Those attending can look forward to seeing Killer Queen, the longest-established tribute band to Freddy

17:48

Local

San Pedro is to put on a show on six evenings over the rest of August

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

The streets and squares of San Pedro Alcántara will be turned into outdoor stages on some nights for the rest of this month. From today, Friday, the town will host Dinner & Music, organised by the district town hall with the aim of stimulating

12:32

Opinion

Traditions or torment?

Debbie Bartlett

...be emptied, but nowadays I prefer a quieter life. And that's the problem. With modern electronic music equipment, fairs are noisier now and I need my sleep. I live in a small village and the concerts are held in the main square, 800 metres from my ... frequently so high that hearing can be affected, when there are elderly and unwell people living around the square and in nearby streets and when the music goes on until 6.30am for four consecutive nights, I believe we have a right to complain. "Ah, but ... culture," is my favourite, usually from Brits who drink and dance for a while and then return to homes where they can't hear a manic DJ blasting out headbanging rhythms as loudly as if he were standing at the foot of the bed. Dangerously loud music is not a

12:45

What to do

Bagpipes, bands and battles keep the legend alive in Teba

C. WAY / SUR IN ENGLISH

...time, and neither the medieval market or adrenaline fuelled jousting tournaments for children will be attractions to miss. Both Scottish and Moorish gastronomy stalls will whet the appetite, and Celtic music performances showcasing the talent of the

12:46

Local

Ten things you can get fined for doing on Costa del Sol beaches

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...which can carry a fine, and also specifically does not allow the washing of cooking equipment or the use of detergents in the showers. This is a serious infraction and carries a fine of up to 3,000 euros. Listening to music without earphones Not ... everyone wants to listen to the latest chart music. It is prohibited at the beach to connect music to a speaker, radio or mobile. Games and racquets In general, the use of racquets and balls is allowed, but only under the condition that it is not

12:40

LifeStyle

The Roman Oasis returns to Sabinillas

ASH BOLTON

...the AGDM event will be held on Monday 9 September from 8pm. Both events cost 50 euros per person and will include drinks, dinner and live music. Paul, who wrote a book about running the restaurant and was friends with the late English chef Keith