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Puppet Theatre
In Alcamo castle, puppet theatre performances can be booked. More information from Opera dei Pupi Alcamo, Signor. Oliveri


Firework festival “Il trionfo del fuoco”
On every August weekend, a firework festival takes place, giving the best Italian firework artists the chance to show off their skills. In addition to that, there is musical and other entertainment. More information:


Presepe vivente
At Christmas time Custonci stages a live nativity scene. More information at:


Motor Race Monte Erice
Since 1957, there is an annual motor race on Monte Erice in the spring, usually in May. More information at:

Venere d’Argento –  „Music Festival”
In summer, a festival of classical music is held in different churches and historical buildings of the town. More information at:,,,


Festival Orestiadi di Gibellina
This festival takes place in summer. It encompasses events, such as theatre, dance and cinema performances, as well as paintings exhibitions and poetry readings. More information at:


Wine Sicily
In October, the old town of Marsala holds its Wine Sicily event, in which wine tastings, workshops, conferences and jazz concerts are staged. More information at:


Calatafimi Segesta Festival
In summer, the ancient theatre of Segesta holds its annual Calatafimi Segesta Festival, which among others shows classical thatre performances. More information at:,,


Luglio Musicale Trapanese
In July, Trapani stages a series of music, theatre and ballet performances. The programme schedule can be viewed at:

Mysteries Procession
In April, Trapani celebrates Easter with its famous Good Friday Procession. The procession begins at 2pm on Good Friday and lasts for almost 24 hours. It is one of the oldest and regarded as one of the most impressive mysteries processions in Italy. During the procession, 20 groups of sculptures are carried through many streets of the town. More information at:


Cous Cous Fest
In September, San Vito Lo Capo holds the annual Cous Cous Fest, showing all sorts of evening entertainments. More information at: , 

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