At the Inca Street Art Festival, walls within the town will serve as canvases for local and national street artists. As well as an exciting competition, visitors can expect to see beautiful street art, with concerts and workshops scheduled throughout the festival.

About the Inca Street Art Festival

The main objective of the festival is to bring together artists from various corners of the Balearic Islands and Spain, who will share their experiences and skills in art. Organised by a team of art historians, the Inca Street Art Festival is a gathering of artists showcasing the latest trends in street art and graffiti in Mallorca.

The festival took place this year from 17th to 19th May, aiming to create a space open to the public, with activities such as concerts and guided tours of the murals. If you sadly missed it, you will be happy to hear that the murals remain throughout the year!

Now in its third edition, the festival focuses on street and urban art during the weekend. This is a truly exciting event where a host of local and national artists will show spectacular murals that simply cannot be missed.

There will also be a contest, where artists who wish to participate will have a wall to showcase their art. Registration is free, with the awards ceremony being held at the end of the festival.

An Island for The Arts

Many well known local and international artists have chosen Mallorca to establish their private studios and galleries, making the island a vibrant hub for The Arts.

A visit to Mallorca will allow you to become immersed in its rich art scene, with lots of exciting events and festivals dedicated to this on offer throughout the year.

Gallery hopping in Palma Gallery hopping in Palma- Many well known international artists have chosen Mallorca to establish their private studios, and gallery hopping is one of the most popular activities for residents and visitors alike.
Event Details

Event Dates: 17th – 19th May

Location: Inca, Mallorca

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Photos courtesy of Inca Street Art Festival

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