The month of September will mark the end of the summer season with loads of events and festivals happening in Gibraltar throughout the month, whilst the national day will be the highlight of celebrations for Gibraltarians. Have a look at what’s happening in Gibraltar throughout September.
Music & Culture
National Celebrations Classical Concert: 6th September
A classic guitar and symphonic orchestra concert is meant to enchant the audience at St Michael's cave on the evening of 6th September. The extraordinary concert is organised by The Ministry of Culture and it features the international awarded guitarist and composer, Jose Maria Gallardo del Rey, accompanied by The European Symphony Orchestra.
For more info and tickets, please click here.
MTV Presents Gibraltar Calling: 21st - 22nd September
A new edition of the music festival is to be held at the Victoria Stadium in Gibraltar, marking the end of summer season with two days long music, sun and good vibes. The festival will be organised at high standards and will be broadcasted on MTV's international channel.
For tickets and line-up, visit the Gibraltar Calling webpage.
Events & Workshops
Gibraltar's National Day: 10th September
The National Day of Gibraltar will be marked by a week full of celebrations and events ranging from concerts to festivals meant to create a joyful atmosphere throughout.
The celebrations will culminate with the National Day, for which the schedule is still to be disclosed.
For more info, keep an eye on the event's webpage.
Beer Festival: 7th September
The 13th edition of the festival is about to open its doors on Friday the 7th September. The event is supposed to be the biggest of its kind, ever held in Gibraltar, with a wide range of beers and ciders from around the world accompanied by live music and entertainment.
Bayside Sports Complex is the venue for the event, which is part of the National Week celebrations.
For more info and ticket information, please click here.
Neanderthal, the conference: 13th - 16th September
The Gibraltar Museum, in collaboration with the University of Gibraltar is organising a science conference centred around genetics and behaviour, to emphasize the 170th anniversary of the discovery of the Forbes' Quarry Neanderthal skull in 1848. International speakers are invited to take the floor of discussions and highlight the latest findings for Gibraltar and around the world.
For a detailed schedule of events and more info, please click here.
GibCyber 2.0 'Back Brighter': 26th September
The University of Gibraltar is hosting a HI-TECH Cyber Security conference to gather machine learning/artificial intelligence themed show and discussions among experts and ethical hackers in cyber security. 'The future is in your hands' is the summit's call to everyone interested for a techy talk that can shape the future.
For more info and tickets, please check the GibCyber's webpage.
6th Gibraltar Wine Festival: 28th September
The month of September could not end without a wine celebration.
The 6th edition of the wine festival in Gibraltar will take place on the 28th September. Expect half a day of music and a collection of good wines to pair with.
For more info, please visit the Gibraltar wine festival webpage.
St Andrews Craft & Collectors Fair: 29th September
Collectors and crafts' fair is to be held on the last Saturday of the month, on the Governors Parade.
Expect antiques, jewellery, collectibles and crafted items along with home-made food and snacks.
For more info, please click here.
Sunborn Salsa: 29th September
Another salsa workshop will take place on the evening of 29th of September. Koala Dance Factory will be teaching the salsa lessons and all levels are welcome.
For more information please click here.