Clazz music in Adeje this June


Latin jazz will be top of the musical agenda in Adeje from June 18th to 22nd, as the borough hosts the first international Latin Jazz festival, Clazz -Continental Latin Jazz. Details were announced yesterday by promoters Cargo Music Entertainment and Actual Events, with the collaboration of the Adeje council through their tourism promotion unit under the Happy Streets banner. Happy Streets promotes and energises the cultural and entertainment side of Adeje in public spaces throughout the borough.

Tickets for concerts will be available soon through Tomaticket. The festival will be in two parts, with three days of jazz in the Papagayo Beach Club and two major open-air concerts in Golf Costa Adeje.

Clazz Club is Europe’s biggest jazz organisation in Europe and this will be their first series of concerts here in the Canary Islands, in Costa Adeje and in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The festival brings together big names in the jazz world as well as encouraging new local talent.

Oscar Gómez, the creator and producer of the festival, and member of the Latin Grammy committee, said yesterday at the press conference here, “fusion isn’t just about music, it’s about human beings, it’s the future of humanity. For us it’s a huge honour and this is an amazing platform to promote the Clazz brand that is travelling around the world”. Luis Medina Enciso of Actual Events thanked the Adeje council and the department of tourism, “without them this would not be happening”.

On Tuesday June 18th, Roberto Martínez performs with La Yuka Fund, in Papagayo Beach Club, offering Latin American and Canarian music. On Wednesday June 19th the Claudio Constantini Tango Jazz Ensemble will offer music from Buenos Aires with touches of New Orleans. And on Thursday June 20th Yuvisney Aguilar & the Afrocuban Jazz Quartet will be on stage.

The last two days of the festival will bring jazz to the Golf Costa Adeje with the Nella Rojas and Paquito D’Rivera Caribbean Tour on Friday June 21st. And the festival comes to a conclusion on Saturday June 22nd with Yuka Funk and their Billie Holiday tribute.


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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Adeje

Full programme of events published

Adeje is in full Christmas swing, with the switching on of the lights last Saturday and a full programme of events planned between now and the arrival of Their Majesties, the Magi. The programme is planned to appeal to families and friends throughout the borough,

Among the many events planned is ‘Adeje, Vive la Navidad’ on December 8th, from 5pm, with multiple activities planned, from bouncy castles, puppets, workshops, music, theatre, toy and food collections for families in need as well as a concert for young residents and visitors. Another notable date in the programme is the Unity Concert on December 20th, bringing together performers from the municipal patronal bank, the Adeje School of music and Ballet Beanky.

The New Year’s Eve concert goers can enjoy live performances from Toque Latino, Sensación Gomera and Maquinaria in the Plaza de España, and of course for all of the borough’s children, the arrival of the Three Kings into Adeje on the evening of January 5th followed by a parade up the Calle Grande before the big day, King’s Day on January 6th, is something to look forward to.

The programme of events is attached, and the public can keep up to date with any changes by checking online,

Christmas Programme 2018

From 3 December

Chocolate solidarity Nativity SceneFrom

December 3 to January 4,

4pm – 8pm.CDTCAMake a donation and take part in making this chocolate creation: More
Tuesday 4 December

5pm: Blessing of the Senior Citizens Nativity SceneSenior Citizens centre, Adeje cultural centre

Thursday 6 December

10am – 10pm: Asociación San Juan Christmas Market, Asociación San Juan

Saturday 8 December

12 noon: FIMANTE International Festival of Antique Music of Tenerife. Concert in honour of ‘La Virgen’ – Johann Sebastian Bach or The triumph the inventionSanta Úrsula Chuch

5pm: Celebration of the Immaculate ConceptionLa Concepción

5pm – 1am: ‘Spending Christmas in Adeje’, bouncy castles, story- telling, workshops, music, theatre, etc. (Drop off point for donated toys and non-perishable foods).Calle Grande, Adeje9.30pm, Concert, Young Singer perform Disney at Christmas 3.0

Wednesday 12 December

5pm: Make up and stories workshop.  Places limitedLa Postura cultural centre8pm: Carol singing with Boleros de Armeñime, Los Olivos8.30pm: Carol singing with the Piedra Redonda Folklore Group, La Postura

Thursday 13 December

8pm: Christmas Parade, Adeje cultural centre

9pm: Carol singing with the Imoque Cultural AssociationStreets of La Postura

Friday 14 December

5pm: Solidarity Christmas get-together and gift donationsArmeñime cultural centre5pm: Make up and stories workshop.  Places limitedArmeñime cultural centre

6pm: Christmas Gala: Rhythmic Gymnastics, El Galeón Pavilion

7pm: Blessing of the Armeñime Nativity Scene

8pm: The Latonius Gospel Choir and Band, Adeje cultural centre theatre. Price: €5

8.30pm: Carol singing with the Santa Úrsula choir Calle Grande.Craft Fair, Ave Rafael Puig

Saturday 15 December

8pm: Christmas concert with the Canarian military Band and the Nº2 Army band of the ‘Canarias’ XVI Brigade, Plaza de España

Sunday 16 December

11am: Walk for Life.  Leaving from the ‘Golden Mile’ by Compostela Beach, Avenida de Las Americas, Playa de Las Américas, Arona.  Arriving at Plaza Salytien (CC Salytien), Av. Rafael Puig Lluvina,Costa Adeje.

Monday 17 December

5pm: Make up and stories workshop.  Places limited. Fañabe cultural centre

8pm: Carol singing with Boleros de Armeñime, Streets of Armeñime

Tuesday 18 December

5pm: Make up and stories workshop.  Places limited. Las Nieves cultural centre 6pm:

8pm: Celebrating La Esperanza and the Blessing of the Nativity Scene in the La Viña hermitage, La Viña

8pm: IV Christmas Concert with the Cardón group, Calle Grande

10.30pm: Carol singing with the Adeje School of Folklore,Los Olivos

Wednesday 19 December

5pm: Make up and stories workshop.  Places limited. La Hoya cultural centre

6.30pm Blessing of the Las Nieves Nativity Scene, Las Nieves Hermitage

Thursday 20 December

8pm: Christmas Unity Concert, Participants: Adeje School of Music and Dance, borough folklore groups, Adeje Municipal Band, Ballet Beanky.Plaza de España

Saturday 22 December

6pm: Children’s Theatre: ‘Oh solo mío’; Entry: A new toy, Adeje cultural centre theatre

8pm: Carol singing with the Adeje Patron band,Calle Grande

8.30pm: Live Nativity Scene, Tijoya Residents Association,Plaza de La Hoya

Sunday 23 December

7pm: Carol Concert, Callao Salvaje

5pm – 7pm: Children’s workshops making Christmas crafts, bouncy castles, a visit from Santa Claus,Plaza César Manrique

Monday 24 December

Midnight: Carol singing with the Santa Úrsula choir, Calle Grande

Wednesday 26 December

7pm: Christmas cinema ‘El hijo de  Bigfoot”, Plaza de España

8pm: Bel Canto Christmas Concert, Adeje cultural centre theatre, Ticket: €5

Thursday 27 December

5pm – 9pm, Opening PINA, Children’s park, running until January 4th (closed Jan 1st), El Galeón Pavilion

7pm: Christmas Cinema ‘Cavernícola’, Plaza de España

Friday 28  December

8.30pm ‘Casas del Luz’, Storytelling for grown-ups with Laura Escuela with music from Silvia Díaz on the cello, Canarian Library, Calle Grande

Saturday 29 December

8pm: Solidarity concert, San José Church, Los Olivos

Sunday 30 December

7pm: Christmas concert with music for soprano, flute and organ, San Sebastián church

Monday 31 December

11pm: NEW YEAR’S EVE with Toque Latino, Maquinaria and Sensación Gomera orchestras .Plaza de España

Thursday 3 January

5pm – 7pm: Children’s workshops, bouncy castles and delivery of letters to Their Majesties, the Three Kings, Fañabe and Armeñime plazas

Friday 4 January

5pm – 7pm: Children’s workshops, bouncy castles and delivery of letters to Their Majesties, the Three Kings, Los Olivos and La Hoya plazas

5pm: The breaking of the Chocolate solidarity Nativity Scene to be followed by a chocolate party. CDTCA

Saturday 5 January

5pm: Arrival by helicopter of Their Majesties the Three Kings of the Orient and their official welcome.Municipal Football Stadium, El Galeón.

19:00. Three Kings Parade with lots of special guests from the world of children’s cinema and television.  Calle Grande, Adeje

























Summer sounds in Costa Adeje

The musical event of the summer

There will be a fantastic outdoor summer concert in Golf Costa Adeje on July 13th.

The Tenerife Symphony Orchestra will play as the sun sets during the open-air musical treat, under the baton of Jader Bignamini, and sporano Davinia Rodríguez

Tickets are just €15 and on sale now :


Latin music weekend in Adeje


Lovers of Latin music are in for a real treat this Saturday with Juan Luis Guerra taking to the Golf Costa Adeje stage. The singer from the Dominican Republic, considered by many to be one of the top Latin American musicians of the day, returns to Adeje (his third time playing in South Tenerife) and will be preceded on stage by Cuban bank Orishas.
Juan Luis Guerra has sold over 30 million records, and won many Grammys and Latin Grammys. He belongs to a growing group of internationally recognised Latin artists and his popular style of merengue and Afro-Latin fusion has garnered him considerable success throughout Latin America. He does not limit himself to one style of music and incorporates diverse rhythms like merengue, bachata-fusion, balada, salsa, rock and roll, and even gospel.

Orishas, with two Latin Grammys under their musical belt, have been listed by TIME magazines in the top ten non-USA bands. While the group was born in Paris in 1998 they are, in essence, a hip hop group from Havana, Cuba. The band’s founding members are Yutuel Romera, Ruzzo Medina, Roldán González and Flaco-Pro and for this concert Yutuel, Ruzzo and Roldán will be joined on stage by two trombonists, a keyboard player, a percussionist and a DJ.
At a press conference earlier today the Adeje mayor, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga mentioned the strong connection Guerra has to his Tenerife public adding that everyone was looking forward to an excellent event, part of the Adeje summer programme. He said it was important for visitors to Adeje to have these kind of complementary activities, “quality out-door events such as this one” to enhance their holiday experience. He added that this particular concert, of Latino music, “has a lot to do as well with our identity, our culture, our history”.

Tickets for the concert are on sale through,,, and El Corte Ingles. The organisers have also said there will be tickets on sale on the day of the concert at the site from 5pm. According to organisers the show will feature top class sound and lighting and a number of giant screens to guarantee full views for all. Doors, by the Avenida Ayyto, will open to the public at 5pm with Orishas taking to the stage at 7pm and Juan Luis Guerra just before 9pm.

For security reasons children under 6 are not allowed to attend the concert and those between the ages of 6 and 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Concert-goers will not be allowed enter the zone with food, drink, selfie sticks, or items that might be potential weapons. The organisers also remind people that, as is the norm and for reasons of copyright, any photography or filming of the concert is strictly forbidden.

The concert is co-sponsored by the Adeje council, Cepsa and in collaboration with Golf Costa Adeje, Volkswagen, Sononpluss, Dorada sin con Limón and Pepsi Maz Zero

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Oh Happy Day! Gospel school for Adeje!



The international gospel singer Latonius will direct a workshop in Adeje under the title ‘Uniting Nations’ during Easter Week

From this month Adeje is set to become a reference point for Gospel lovers and singers internationally. The councillor for culture and creative development has announced that the council will open a municipal International Gospel School, with courses, classes and performances all year round in this kind of music, which has its roots in the old Negro spirituals, many of which have been sung since the 1600s, becoming very popular in the 1800s.

During Easter Week, with the assistance of the world famous Milwaukee born singer, Tony Jermaine Earl, or the Latonius as he is known, the first workshop will be held, under the working title, “Uniendo Naciones” (uniting nations) and The Latonius Choir will sing in concert on March 12th in the Adeje Cultural Centre. The workshop will be run over three days, from March 10th to 12th, and is for people with or without choral experience (nearly all places are taken, with a huge international interest in the workshop). The workshop will look at the place of Gospel in our lives today, as well as practical workshops, vocal exercises, choral lessons and the concert on March 12th.


Following months of negotiations, the Adeje mayor José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga and cultural councillor Adolfo Alonso were delighted to be able to confirm that this would be the first in a series of workshops with the establishment of the International Gospel School in Adeje. According to the councillor the school will initially be based in the Adeje cultural centre, for space reasons, but will ultimately move to the Adeje School of Music and Dance, “which is a model music centre and has all the infrastructure needed for this kind of course”, said the councillor. It is also envisaged that a number of international gospel artists will travel from Europe and the United States of America to host workshops and master classes.

The Latonius
Tony Jermaine Earl, Latonius, was born in Milwakee into a musical family, and lived and breathed singing from the day he was born. He sings across a range of disciplines – pop, soul, R&B, and Gospel – and has shared stages with some of the industry greats, including Sarah Vaughan, Al Jarreau, E. La Quint Weaver & the Hallelujah Singers, Darnell Davis & The Remnant, Isaac Cates & Ordained, and many more.

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He now divides his professional time between Europe and the United States and has lived in Hamburg, in Germany for a number of years. He works with the Be Fly Music production and composition company and has released a number of singles.

Gente de zona….in Adeje


The Cuban duo behind the Spanish song of last summer, La Gozadera, will play one Tenerife concert, in the Adeje Football grounds on March 19th.

Gente de Zona play an infectious mix of reggaton, Cuban dancehall with Caribbean rhythms and have worked regularly with top Latino artists such as Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull. Their latest single, Traidora, with Marc Anthony, has confirmed their position in the music world following their international Nº1 success with La Gozadera.

Gente de Zona are Alexander Delgado and Randy Malcolm from Cuba and will also stage concerts in Madrid and Gran Canaria. The Adeje gig is being organised by Atresmedia Publicidad, in collaboration with Music Marketing Tools SL., and the Adeje council. The concert begins at 9pm, doors open at 7pm, and there are three zones, General, Front Stage and VIP. Tickets are on sale now via Ticketbell, Misterentradas, and Ticketmaster y Ticketea.