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Posted by algarveresident on November 08, 2013

August 17 to 20 – Ethnic Market and World Music. Monte Gordo, Marginal. 5pm to 12am

August 18 to 27 – Fatacil 2017. Besides the best handicrafts and food to those visiting the event, Fatacil has some of the best line-ups of Portuguese music. 18th Agir, 19th Richie Campbell, 20th João Pedro Pais, 21st GNR, 22nd Dengaz, 23rd Quim Barreiros, 24th Caminho e Tiago Bettencourt, 25th Xutos e Pontapés, 26th Matias Damásio, 27th D.A.M.A. Lagoa, Parque deFeiras e Exposições, 6pm to 1am. Daily ticket €3.50, Family ticket €12.50 (4 people). Free up to 12 years old.

August 18 to 24 – Ria Festival. Fuzeta, from 8pm. Free admission.

August 19 – Santo António de Arenilha Etnographic Group Festival. VRS António, Praça Marquês de Pombal, 9pm

August 20 – Festivities in Honor of Nossa Senhora das Dores. Mexilhoeira Grande, Parish Church square, 6pm

Until August 20 – Silves Medieval Fair. Jousts, Mediaeval banquets, dancing and entertainment will invite tourists to travel back in time, where they can picture what the town was like in those days and how important it was to the history of the region. 6pm to 12am. Tickets from €3.

August 23 to 27 – Castro Marim Mediaeval Days. During five days and five mysterious nights, ideals of cavalry and jousts, recreation of those days, street entertainemtn, arts and crafts, commercial trade, theatre and music performances and banquets with various delicacies will send visitors on a genuine and unforgettable journey back in time to the magical Middle Ages.

Until August 24 – Portimão Book Fair. Books for all literary tastes and pockets will be up for sale at this year’s edition of Portimão’s annual book fair. Portimão riverside, 7pm to 12am

Until October 31 – Fiesa sand sculpture festival. Pêra.