Enjoy the Very Best of Electronic Music!
Do you love electronic beats? Are you crazy about open-air festivals? If so, then you belong at the famous Farra World Music Festivals in sunny Tenerife!
Golf Adeje invites you to be a part of the absolute madness that will go down under the Canarian sun, as you listen to some of the finest, world-famous DJs.
There is no doubt you will treasure your experience at each of these phenomenal one-day festivals! No wonder this is Farra Worlds’ slogan:
About Farra World
Farra World is the event-planning organisation of Tenerife – if not, the entire Canary Islands. Every year, Farra World organises electronic music festivals in Golf Adeje that always end up being sold out. During the time of the festival, party people from all over the Canarian Islands – and from all over the world! – converge to Tenerife to have the time of their lives.
Ibiza feelings on Tenerife
When you think of great partying, good music and enjoying summer in Spain, which island first comes to mind?
We’re quite sure it’s Ibiza! But what you don’t know is that Tenerife transforms into party central this time of year as some of the world’s best DJs (who also play in Ibiza and other popular locations) love to spin their turntables at Farra World festivals in Tenerife! Over the past few years, Tenerife has become one of the main locations for festivals and is becoming more well-known far beyond the Canarian borders.
So What Are Those Festivals?
I Love Music (April 19th, 2019) + Elrow (April 20th, 2019) – Easter with a Twist!
I Love Music is Farra World’s opening event and takes place during Semana Santa (around Easter) when the weather is sunny and feeling like summer! Great DJs such as Craig David, Chuckie, Laidback Luke, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Hardwell have already heated up the crowd in the last few years, and this year will be no exception when considering the quality of greatness.
This year the easter celebration will be extended. The opening event will be directly followed by the Elrow Festival the day after. For the perfect weekend of madness, you can buy a twin ticket and have access to both festivals! This way you won’t miss any of the lit line up of the 2019 opening weekend:
You can also have a glance at last year’s after-movie to get an impression of what the event will be like:
Location: Golf Adeje, Costa Adeje, Tenerife South
Number of visitors: Approximately 8 000 – 9 000
Time: 3 p.m. to 12 p.m.
Dates: April 19th+20th, 2019
- I love Music
- Entry only: 56€ (preorder)/ 75€ (at the door)
- Backstage, for >25 years only: 65€ (preorder)/ 120€ (at the door)
- Entry only: 35€ (preorder)/ 60€ (at the door)
- VIP ticket: 50€ (preorder)/ 100€ (at the door)
- Twin Ticket: 87€ (preorder only)
Ritmos del Mundo (dates to be added, usually end of June)
Ritmos del Mundo is considered the “epicenter” of Canarian electronic music. After its inauguration in Puerto de la Cruz in 2009, the event made its home in Siam Park for the last 7 years and is now on the move again to Golf Adeje. If you want to participate in this event, be sure to snag your tickets quickly as they’re always sold out within the first 3 weeks of sales.
We will update more information as soon as they are available.
Summer Jam (dates to be added, usually mid September)
Give an appropriate farewell to summer at the mindblowing Summer Jam festival! Lose your mind and enjoy the latest electronic rhythms with 75,000 watts of powerful sounds under a 150,000 watt illumination spectacle. If you loved the other festivals, Summer Jam will be the cherry on top of the sweet-beats cake as it’s definitely the crowning glory of Farra World.
We will update more information as soon as they are available.
How and Where to Get Your Tickets
You can easily purchase your tickets online or in all “Jack & Jones”, “Fitenia (Surf) Shops”, and “Cines Gran Sur” (see below). You have the choice between a normal and VIP entry. With a VIP ticket, you will also have access to separated areas with extra bars and toilets, saving you from waiting in any lines for too long.
Tickets go on sale about 1-2 months before the event. Be warned: Early-bird tickets are always sold out within the first few hours and normal tickets are usually sold out within the first few weeks.
Tip: If an event is already sold out, don’t despair. There are always some alternative options to grab your ticket.
Firstly, you should have a look at the festivals’ Facebook page. Here you can often find people re-selling their tickets. If that doesn’t work, you can try your luck directly at the entrance of the festival area. There’s also a good chance you’ll find more people re-selling their tickets (but they’re usually sold at double or triple the price).
– Fitenia Santa Cruz
– Jack & Jones Meridiano
– Cines Gran Sur
– Jack & Jones La Villa
– Fitenia La Laguna
Golf Adeje and Getting to the Festivals
Festival location Golf Adeje
The festival location at Golf Adeje offers four stages this year: The Main Stage, the Bass Stage, the Panorama Stage and the Island Boogie Stage. Apart from that, there’s a nice chill out zone where you can find some shade to help you cool down while enjoying 6 bars, a food court and, of course, a lot of mobile toilets. For security reasons, there is also an ambulance as well as police and firemen available for your safety.
Since Golf Adeje is located next to the highway, and basically in the Pampa, you may experience some difficulties when trying to get away from the location. If you come by car, it’s best to park in the area around the Tu Trébol Adeje or Adeje-Los Olivos. If you want to grab a taxi, go up the hill and wait for one (but if you want to avoid a long line, consider leaving the festival just before the official ending, as it could be a while before you get a cab).
How to Get to the Festivals
If you are staying in the North of Tenerife, it’s always a good option to get your friends together, rent a car and drive South. This is the most comfortable and flexible way to get to Gold Adeje so you’re not waiting around for less-reliable means of transportation. The disadvantage is, of course, that you’ll need a voluntary driver.
When coming from Santa Cruz on the south highway TF1, take exit 79B of Los Olivos/Adeje, then follow the traffic signs to Golf Adeje.
(Tip: Check schedules beforehand and allow yourself some time to get there).
Please note that it will be difficult to catch a bus back after the festivals. It’s better to try and grab a taxi (although it might prove annoying because of the mass amount of people who probably have the same idea.)
The easiest, but most expensive choice is to take a taxi both to and from the festival grounds.But what you pay in cash, you make up for in time, so here are some taxi companies that are worth considering:
Where to Stay
Searching for accommodations at an affordable price? Check out these great opportunities:
This 2-Star apartment hotel is located between Troya beach and the golf course, just a short walk from Playa de las Américas beach. It has an outdoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, solarium and much more.
The Royal Sunset Beach Club offers shopping, nightlife and lots of restaurants right at the beach. It is located right in the center of Adeje. You can also play golf, go horseback riding, scuba diving, hiking and more!
Still not convinced? Take a look at the following reviews:
“The Farra World Festival … was my first festival abroad. Under clear blue skies, we celebrated with party animals and outstanding DJs until midnight. I was excited! I would highly recommend it for those who spend their holidays in Tenerife and love celebrating electro music!”
“The Farra World Festival is a perfect event for those high class artists. Through the construction of the tribune, which resembles the Collosseum, you will always have a perfect view. Even if you go to the bar where you will get your free drinks, you still have a good view to the stage. This huge illuminated cube on the stage is really impressive and worth seeing. It’s the best way to let a day end.”