Txistulari Band, every Wednesday in May and June.

"Txistulari is a kind of fipple flute that became a symbol for the Basque folk revival. The name may stem from the general Basque word ziztu "to whistle." This three-hole pipe can be played with one hand, leaving the other one free to play a percussion instrument. Evidence of the txistu first mentioned as such goes back to 1864." 1 

These won't be traditional concerts but relaxed and joyous musical txistulari sessions showcasing humour and a part of basque culture.

Free entry
19:00, around 40 minutes.
Where: Sala Biblioteca municipal -  San Jerónimo street entrance.
Every Wednesday during May and June.  
An event supported by the San Sebastian Turismo and Convention Bureau.

Autumn, a young Basque female singer in concert!

Check out this young promise in concert this friday at 20:00h in Café de Mario. Nuria was born in San Sebastian and she's a singer and song writer, plays the guitar and has a pop and folk music repertoire worth listening to!

XV Tango Festival in San Sebastian

6, 7 and 8th of May.
Where: Kursaal Auditorium.

Andrés Calamaro in concert

Argentinian musician who has been playing since the 90's, comes to the city showcasing his latest  Tour “LICENCIA PARA CANTAR” (Licence to sing). With him talented piano player Germán Weidemer acoompanies him. Be sure to listen to his latest album! 
Where: Kursaal Auditorium
Sunday May 08, at 20.30h.

Andy Warhol in the Guggenheim museum

If you still haven't had a chance to see it, you should make a day out of it and head to Bilbao and see Andy Warhol's temporary exhibition: Shadows.
Where: Guggenheim museum Bilbao
You can get your tickets online or at the museum: 16€
ENtry from 10:00-18:00.

1. Taken from "El Txistu y los Txistularis", Kutxa Gizarte eta Kultur Fundazioa. ISBN: 84-7173-288-2 Donostia 1996