From August 18th to 22nd, Sabero celebrates another year with a meeting of clubs, a medieval market full of specific programs, and open-air festivals by orchestras such as Grupo Radar, Astra, or the discomobile Amnexia or Bauty.
They start on Friday, August 18th, with the second “Festipeas,” which consists of a collection of clubs in the “wet neighborhood of Sabero,” complete with a marching band, parades, and food. Friday evening ends with the Amnexia disco mobile and bingo.
On Saturday, August 19th, the market starts. The medieval market opens at 11 a.m., and an hour later, the dramatized visit begins, where you will learn more about the history of the Steel and Mining Museum of Castilla y León, located in the city is located. Another offering of the festival is the performance of the Top Lder Orchestra, followed by the mobile disco Bauty.
The next day, Sunday, August 20, there will be a wrestling show by Leon, a foam party, and in the evening a festival with the music group Astra and a techno session by DJ Roger.
On Monday, the little ones don’t miss out on the party program either; they can take part in traditional games or a puppet and balloon show with the magician Alfonso. There will also be a Zumba master class and a popular evening dinner ending with the Bauty Discomobile.
On Tuesday, August 22, the children’s games continue, and at 7:30 p.m., the Latin American dances begin for all spectators. During the night, the Radar Group will be responsible for putting an end to the Sabero celebrations.
You can see the full program, including the Medieval Market, below: