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Eingetragen von Andreas, 23.01.2009 14:12 Uhr

Letzte Überarbeitung von baumgartner, 30.04.2009 19:52 Uhr
Fiestas
kirchliche Feiertage - weltliche Veranstaltungen und Vergnügungen


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05.Januar
Santa Cruz:
Cabalgada de los Reyes Magos
man feiert die Ankunft der Heiligen Drei Könige im Hafen mit einem
farbenprächtigen Umzug

06.Januar
Garachico:
Los Reyes
Fest der Heiligen Drei Könige

22.Januar
Los Realejos und Garachico

Fest des Schutzheiligen

Jan. / Febr.
Santa Cruz

Festival klassischer Musik, Veranstaltungen im Teatro Guimerá

Februar
Vielerorts:

Carnaval - der aufwendigste Karneval auf Teneriffa wird in Santa Cruz gefeiert

02.Februar
Candelaria

Fest der Schutzheiligen

07.Februar
Güímar

Dorffest im Barrio del Socorro

02.März
La Laguna:
San Benito Abad
Fest des Schutzheiligen

19.März
La Guancha und El Tanque:
San José
Fest des Schutzheiligen

März / April Vielerorts: Semana Santa
in der Osterwoche finden zahlreiche Prozessionen und andere religiöse
sowie weltliche Feierlichkeiten statt.
Der sehenswerteste Umzug findet in La Laguna statt.

April
Santa Cruz

Spanische Festspiele, Theater- und Ballettvorstellungen

25.April
Icod, Tegueste:
San Marcos
Fest des Schutzheiligen

Mai
Santa Cruz:
Fiestas de Primavera ( Frühlingsfest )
verschiedene Opern- und Folkloreveranstaltungen, Feuerwerk

01.-05.Mai
Santa Cruz

Feiern zur Erinnerung an die Gründung der Stadt

3. Mai
Los Realejos:

Tag des Kreuzes und Feuerwerk

15. Mai
Granadilla und Los Realejos:
San Isidro
Fest des Schutzheiligen

Juni
Vielerorts:
Corpus Christi ( Fronleichnam )
La Laguna und Vilaflor
Prozessionen über prachtvolle Teppiche aus Blumen und Vulkanerde
in La Orotava finden die Feierlichkeiten eine Woche nach dem
kalendarischen Fronleichnam statt.

14.Juni
Granadilla:
San Antonio de Padua
Fest des Schutzheiligen

24.Juni
Arico, Icod

Fest des Schutzheiligen

29.Juni
Güímar

Fiestas del San Pedro

1. Sonntag im Juli
La Laguna:
Fiesta y Romería del San Benito Abad
Wallfahrt mit Volksfest

15.Juli
Puerto de la Cruz:
Fiestas del Gran Poder de Díos
Fest mit Feuerwerk, Ausstellungen und anderen Veranstaltungen

16.Juli
Santa Cruz:
Fiesta de Nuestra Señora del Carmen
Volksfest

25.Juli
Santa Cruz

Feierlichkeiten zur Erinnerung an die Verteidigung der Stadt gegen
Admiral Nelson 1797

14./15.August
Candelaria:
Romería de la Virgen de Candelaria
das größte Fest der Kanaren, zu Ehren der Schutzpatronin des Archipels,
zieht jährlich Zehntausende an

16.August
Garachico:
Romería de San Roque
Wallfahrt

30.August
Los Cristianos

Fiesta de Nuestra Señora del Carmen

07./15.September
La Laguna

Fiestas del Santísimo Cristo

Sonntag nach dem 17.September
Icod

Fiestas del Cristo del Calvario

03.Oktober
Fasnia:
Fiesta de Nuestra Señora del Rosario
Fest zu Ehren der Schutzheiligen

21.Oktober
Adeje:
Fiestas de Santa Úrsula
Fest zu Ehren der Schutzheiligen

16.November
Guía de Isora:
Fiestas del Volcán
Volksfest

Dezember Vielerorts
Santa Cruz:
Fiestas de Navidad
abwechslungsreiches vorweihnachtliches und weihnachtliches
Programm mit Ausstellungen und Aufführungen

(ohne Gewähr)

Daten aus dem Jahr 2009 (zwar auf Englisch, aber doch interessant)
Calendar dates of 2009 fiestas and holidays in Tenerife

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JANUARY
5th January - Night time procession of Los Reyes Magos (The Three Kings) - Santa Cruz and in every town all over the island. (Equivalent to Father Christmas delivering presents to children through the night.)

6th January - Día de Reyes. (Equivalent to Christmas Day).
17th January - Fiesta San Antonio de Abad- Arona, Buenavista, La Orotava, La Laguna and Los Silos
20th January - Fiesta San Sebastián - Los Realejos and Adeje

FEBRUARY
2nd February - Nuestra Señora de Candelaria (religious festival)
7th February - Fiesta del Almendro en flor
15th February - 1st March - SANTA CRUZ CARNIVAL

February is carnival time celebrated throughout Tenerife, but the most spectacular carnival is held in Santa Cruz around the port area and in the streets. It is considered one of the best in the world, and is possibly the most famous entertainment spectacle in Spain. People from all over the world come to experience the Santa Cruz carnival where the streets come alive with extravagant spectacles combining, colour, noise, brass bands, drums, processions, floats, amazing costumes, and exhuberantly happy crowds.

18th February - Election of the 2009 Carnival Queen in Santa Cruz
19th February - Election of the 2009 Carnival Queen in Puerto de la Cruz
20th February - Parade of the elected Carnival Queen in Santa Cruz
21st February - Parade of the elected Carnival Queen in Puerto de la Cruz
24th February - 'El Coso' - The Grand Parade - starts at 4pm.
It is the main carnival in Santa Cruz held in the street Plaza de España. This Tuesday holds the most famous procession of all. If you go to Santa Cruz be prepared to be stuck in the centre until well into the wee small hours. Park your car somewhere outside the city and take a taxi or walk, as all roads will be closed from about mid-day, which makes it impossible to get your car in or out until the very end.

25th February - Burial of the Sardine; the best 'burials' are held in Los Realejos, La Orotava and Puerto de la Cruz.
A giant sardine is carried through the streets on a funeral float. At the end of its journey it is set on fire. Its' death is mourned by hundreds of grief-stricken widowers, widows and mourners, mostly men, making the 'celebration' as an excuse to dress up for the occcasion in widows weeds, fishnet stockings and impossibly high heels.

27th February - Men's Marathon in high heels - Puerto de la Cruz
28th February - The main parade in Puerto de la Cruz - starts 4pm.
28th/29th February - The last weekend of carnival with all its shows, street parties, parades and exhibitions.

MARCH
1st March - The 'Piñata Chica' - The end of Carnival
19th March - Fiesta San José - (Father's Day) celebrations in La Guancha, El Tanque
28th March - Clocks go forward

APRIL
25th April - Fiesta San Marcos - Icod de los Vinos, Tegueste

MAY
1st May - Labour Day / May Day. Celebrations take place in Santa Cruz all through the month.
1st May - Fiesta San Alejo - El Tanque
3rd May - Fiesta de la Cruz - Santa Cruz, Puerto de La Cruz, Los Realejos
13th/15th May - Romería de la Virgen de Fátima - Arona
15th May - Fiesta San Isidro - San Isidro, Valle de San Lorenzo, Granadilla, La Orotava, Las Mercedes
31st May - Fiesta San Isidro - Valle Guerra, Los Realejos

JUNE
10th June - Corpus Christi - La Orotava, Tacoronte, La Laguna, Icod de los Vinos, Adeje and other towns.
Corpus Christi is held in June when flower carpets and sand carpets are made from different coloured volcanic sand gathered on Teide, then poured by hand into highly intricate designs on plazas and roads. The main event takes place in La Orotava where the plaza in front of the town hall is completely covered with spectacularly designed sand carpets which have taken days to make under cover.

In the streets of La Laguna, Los Realejos and other towns around the island, sand and flower carpets are made on the roads in the morning and then trampled over and swept away at the end of the day after the celebrations are over.

13th June - San Antonio de Padua - Granadilla de Abona
23rd June - Night of San Juan - Bonfire night
24th June - San Juan fiestas - Puerto de la Cruz, Icod de los Vinos, Garachico, San Juan de la Rambla and Arico.
24th June - San Bautista - Arico, Puerto de la Cruz, San Juan de la Rambla
29th June - Fiesta San Pedro - El Sauzal, Güímar.

JULY
11th July - Romería San Benito Abad - La Laguna
16th July - Nuestra Señora del Carmen - Puerto de la Cruz, Los Realejos, Santa Cruz, Playa San Juan, Puerto Santiago, Alcalá, Las Galletas
25th July - Commemoration of the Battle of Nelson in Santa Cruz
25th July - International Folklore Festival - La Laguna
25th July - Santiago Apostol, Los Realejos
25th July - Fiestas Patronales, Santiago del Teide, Candelaria, Santa Cruz
26th July - Santa Ana, Candelaria

AUGUST
3rd August - Nuestra Señora de la Nieves - Taganana
6th August - El Salvador y Ntra. Sra. del Rosario, La Matanza de Acentejo
14th August - Nuestra Señora de Candelaria, Candelaria
Homage is paid to Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria when the islanders celebrate the patron saint of Tenerife, which is linked to centuries of faith and re-enacts the traditional appearance of the virgin in Plaza de la Basilica.

15th August - Asencion Day
A mass is held in the morning, at mid-day there is a procssion and in the afternoon, the traditional floral offering or Virgin's Pilgrimage, with folkloric groups taking part.

14th/15th August - La Caminata
A pilgrimage that starts in the evening of the 14th, attracting crowds of people who want to make the walk to Candelaria.

15th August - Fiestas de Agosto, La Victoria de Acentejo
16th August - San Roque, Garachico
16th August - San Joaquín, Fasnia
17th - 25th August - Fiestas de Santa Bárbara, Icod de Los Vinos
24th August - San Bartolomé, Buenavista del Norte
24th August - San Bartolomé de Geneto, La Laguna
25th August - Nuestra Señora Virgen del Buen Viaje, El Tanque
28th August - Romería de San Agustín, Arafo
29th August - Los Corazones de Tejina, La Laguna
29th August - San Juan Degollado, Arafo
31st August - Fiesta Bávara, Puerto de la Cruz
31st August - Romería de Nuestra Señora de la Victoria, La Victoria

SEPTEMBER
7th September - Romería del Socorro - Güímar
8th September - Nuestra Señora de Los Remedios - Romería, Tegueste, La Laguna

8th September - La Quinta, Adeje
8th September - Nuestra Señora de la Luz, Los Silos
8th September - Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, Tegueste
9th September - Fiestas del Cristo, La Laguna
14th September - Santísimo Cristo, Tacoronte
21st September - Nuestra Señora de la Luz, Guía de Isora
21st September - Fiestas del Cristo, Tacoronte
21st September - Fiestas del Cristo y del Drago, Icod de Los Vinos
29th September - Fiesta San Miguel, San Miguel de Abona

OCTOBER
3rd October - Nuestra Señora del Rosario - Fasnia, El Rosario, Valle Guerra
4th October - Romería de Nuestra Señora de la Encarnacíon - Adeje
7th October - Santísima Virgen del Rosario, La Laguna
8th October - Cristo de la Salud, Arona
10th October - Ntra. Sra. del Rosario, Fasnia
11th October - Santa Úrsula y Ntra. Sra. de la Encarnación, Adeje
21st October - Día Santa Úrsula

NOVEMBER
1st November - Festividad de todos los Santos (All Saints') - National holiday.
Spanish families take flowers to their loved ones graves in remembrance.

25th November ´Fiestas de Santa Catalina - Taganana
29th/30th November - San Andrés, La Guancha, Icod de los Vinos, La Orotava, Puerto de la Cruz.

This fiesta is very popular as it is the day when farmers offer their wine for sale. Guachinches all over the island open their doors especially for this event. If you are lucky you can buy some to take home, probably in a coca cola bottle. It is very distinctive but after the shock of the first glass it is very easy to drink. The day all the wine runs out, the doors are closed again until the following year.

On the same day the the 'Arrastre los Charros' takes place in Puerto de la Cruz and La Orotava, but children in most towns follow the tradition. Sometimes known as the day of the tin cans, children find anything they can string together; cans, pots, pans, tins, fridges, washing machine drums, in fact anything strung together that will make a horrendous noise as they trundle their assortment of metal through the streets. There are various stories of why this tradition started. One version is that the noise will scare off evil spirits, which considering the cacophony of sound, is quite likely to effectively do the job.

Icod de Los Vinos, La Guancha runs the 'tablas' down practically vertical streets in town. Anything from tin trays, flat boards or specially consturcted sledges, are used and the rider hurtles down from the top of the street, desperately avoiding any obstacles that may get in the way, before coming to an abrupt halt at the bottom and flying headlong into a mountain of old tyres. The Red Cross is on standby for any unfortunate misses.

DECEMBER
6th December - Día de la Constitución - National Holiday
8th December - Fiesta de la Purisima Concepción - National Holiday
24th December - Nochebuena (Christmas Eve)
Nochebuena is time for family members to gather around their nativity scenes with the family. Apart from the stunning official displays in every town, most families will have made their own nativity scene at home. The evening meal is served late, traditionally turkey with truffles. At midnight celebrations are interrupted by church bells calling people to 'La Misa del Gallo'. Tradition says that the only time a rooster was heard to crow at midnight was on the day that Jesus was born.

25th December - Christmas Day
31st December - New Year's Eve

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