If you are wondering what to see in Bilbao this weekend while you prepare to enjoy the match where our lions will face up against Girona at the San Mamés stadium, take note of this complete schedule of events in Bilbao this weekend (February 24th-26th). Once again, the Biscayan capital puts on some very attractive events for its visitors.
Events in Bilbao from February 24th to 26th, 2023
Bilbao is a lively city, with an increasingly wide and complete offer of leisure activities. A varied offer, such as that offered by the San Mamés stadium itself, where, not only can you attend the match against Girona this weekend, you can also explore the museum, inside the stadium thanks to the tour or with its excellent gastronomy.
We are sure, that if you want to make the most of your visit to Bilbao, you will need to regain your strength. Go directly to the San Mamés stadium where you will find a menu to suit you.
Eating in San Mamés
Do you feel like eating something quick, but still delicious, while discovering all the nooks and crannies of the Biscayan capital? Go to Geuria!, where you will have on offer a menu consisting of filled rolls, sandwiches, hamburgers, hot dogs …
If you prefer more of a signature cuisine and extend your stay at the table, you have San Mames Jatetxea. The Biscayan gastronomic identity at your fingertips in the home of Athletic. What better host for your stay in Bilbao! Quality products and flavours merge to create a delicious experience under the direction of Fernando Canales.
And if you are looking for an experience that goes beyond the gastronomic, your bet is San Mames BAT. Get your ticket now to really feel the four hour pre-match atmosphere, have a perfect view of the pitch and savour the best Basque cuisine prepared by Biscayan chefs with Michelin stars. All, as you could never have imagined.
Already have a full stomach? Well, take note of these proposals if you are wondering what to see in Bilbao throughout this weekend.
Bilbao city has some of the most important museums in all of Europe. For this reason, if you are considering what to do in Bilbao, a safe bet is to go to one of the museums that exist here, such as the Guggenheim Museum, which not only has a presentation of its own collection but many varied exhibitions as well, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Artistic Reproductions, the Maritime Museum, the Basque Archaeological, Ethnographic and Historical Museum, and our own AC Museum, which offers a unique experience to learn about the history of Athletic Club in a different way thanks to its more than 1,000 original objects and videos to delve into the red&white essence.
For another weekend, the Biscayan capital will be filled with numerous, and different, live proposals. The musical agenda includes concerts by the young artist Pablo Moreno on February 24th and, a day later, by Destino Heartland from San Sebastian at the Cotton Club. In the Santana 27 room, also on Saturday the 25th, one of the most important rappers of the moment, Sho-Hai, will perform. What is more, at the Kafe Antzokia, on February 25th, the Masters of Rock XL tribute festival will be held with the groups 666 (Iron Maiden), Nice Boys (Guns and Roses), Thunderstruck (AC/DC), Black Horsemen (Metallica) and The Sentinels (Judas Priest). On Sunday the 26th it will be the turn of the duo formed by DeWolff and The Grand East.
The Arriaga Theatre will host the performance throughout the whole weekend of the play; The Fight for Life (La Lucha por la Vida), an approach to the narrative work of Pio Baroja.
Finally, the Campos Theatre (Teatro Campos) will be the setting for one of the most anticipated musical events of the month in Bilbao, the Immaculate Fools concert (February 25th), while on February 26th it will be the turn of two comedy shows by Pantomime Full and David Puerto.