Starts:
10 September 2017

National Day 2017

Various Locations

 

From 10.30am - 1am


Gibraltar National Day, celebrated annually on 10 September, is the official national day of Gibraltar. The day commemorates Gibraltar's first referendum of 1967, in which Gibraltarians were asked whether they wished to either pass under Spanish sovereignty or remain under British sovereignty.


The official Gibraltar National Day events usually begin with a children’s fancy dress competition followed by a number street parties and musical performances, the main one taking place at Casemates Square. There are also a number of short speeches by local and visiting UK MPs and other dignitaries. 

The day long festivities culminates with a spectacular fireworks display released from the detached mole in Gibraltar Harbour at night followed by a rock concert.


Sunday 10th September 

National Day Events

9.30am to 12.10pm   Live Music and Performance  Casemates Square

10.30am   Children’s Fancy Dress   Piazza 

12.25pm   Political Rally   Casemates Square                                   

1.15pm to 3pm  DJ Music  Casemates Square

1.30pm to 7pm  Fun for Kids   John Mackintosh Square

1.30pm onwards   Popular Live Music   Rock Bastion Restaurant Kings’ Bastion Leisure  Centre                                             

1.30pm onwards   Family Fun Activities:  King’s Bastion Leisure Centre

  Bowling, Ice Skating &          

  Just for Kidz Play Area                                   

2pm onwards  Live Music     Rock on the Rock Club

2pm to 10pm   Live Music and DJ’s                 Bayside Sports Complex

  (Over 16’s)                                Victoria Stadium 

2pm to 8pm                    Live Music and DJ’s                Adventure Playground(15 and under)

2.30pm to 7pm   Jazz Friends                              Governor’s Parade                                   

9pm to 12.30am   Rock Concert                             Casemates Square

10.30pm                     Fireworks Display                      Detached Mole