Marbella Néon Night

Neon Night in Marbella helps to raise funds for the Central Association of Child Care Diversity (CADI) and it is one of the most popular charity walks of the year. The walkers gather wearing their fluorescent neons and MarbellaAzul.com are there to bring you news and images.

Marbella Néon Night 2017

This year’s Neon Night charity walk took place on Saturday 7 October with over 1,000 people getting together as the sun went down on the terraces above the Puerto Deportivo in central Marbella.

From early afternoon, “néoners” (a term used to describe the participants) gathered  to enjoy the numerous activities and the entertainment as a prelude to the start of the walk at 21.00. There was a great display of karate from Marbella’s youngsters, performances of Capoeira, flamenco and oriental dance classes and a canine exhibition by Marbella’s local police.

At 21.00, the phosphorescent lights were focused on the arch with the walkers all waiting for the start signal from the mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz. They headed off to the dock next to the Marbella Club Hotel where they turned and headed back to the terraces. Once back, they enjoyed a raffle with gifts donated by local businesses.

This year the funds raised exceeded €5,500.

Neon Nights in Marbella Start of Neon Night MarbellaNeon Night in Marbella

Marbella Néon Night 2016

Over a thousand people assembled on the Puerto Deportivo terraces on Saturday for this year’s Marbella Neon Night – one of the most popular charity walks of the year. Everyone who takes part receives a T-shirt and a fluorescent kit to wear

As the sun went down, people gathered to collect their kits and prepare for the darkness. To entertain everyone whilst waiting for the start, there was Zumba to music encouraging both adults and children to take part. This was followed by Olympic Karate Marbella who gave us a taste of karate. It was amazing and received raptuous applause from the audience. Marbella Dance School entertained us with their wonderful dancing and then the Rock Factory provided various styles of music from pop to rock.

Everyone was there to raise funds for C.A.D.I – the local association which helps children with disabilities. In particular, they raise funds for essential therapies. We are pleased to report that €6,500 was raised.

It was a fabulous evening and it was quite amazing to see everyone leave for the walk with their neon lights. A true charity walk with unites everyone in a festive and family atmosphere.

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Marbella Neon Night 2016

Marbella Neon Night 2016

Marbella Neon Night 2016

Marbella Neon Night 2016

Marbella Neon Night 2016

Marbella Neon Night 2016

Marbella Neon Night 2016

Marbella Neon Night 2016

Marbella Neon Night 2016

Marbella Neon Night 2016

Neon Night in Marbella 2016

Marbella Néon Night 2015

Neon Night returned to Marbella on 3 October 2015.

This year, the walk started from the Plaza Antonio Banderas in Puerto Banús. Hundreds of people took part and left the Plaza just after 21.00. This is always a popular walk for families and friends to enjoy together. All the walkers were given a neon accessory kit with earrings, a ring, a necklace, glasses and bracelets, to wear during the walk and ‘light the way’.

Everyone enjoyed the atmosphere whilst raising funds for 2 charities – NGO Plan-España helping disperse Gender discrimination for girls around the world and CADI, which help children with special needs.

MarbellaAzul.com was there to bring you the images. We hope you enjoy them!

Marbella Neon Night 2015

Marbella Neon Night 2015

Marbella Neon Night 2015

Marbella Neon Night 2015

Marbella Neon Night 2015

Marbella Neon Night 2015

Marbella Neon Night 2015

Marbella Neon Night 2015

Marbella Neon Night 2015

Marbella Neon Night 2015

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