This page informs on our last edition (March 2018). Bear Carnival 2019 will feature a similar show.
Mister Bear Gran Canaria

Wednesday, March 14th 2018

at The Lumberjack (Kiki)

Free access · Doors open at 20:00 · Competition starts at 22:00

One of the highlights of the bear week programme is always our Mister Bear Gran Canaria competition. Big prizes and, above all, big fun is the greatest award for contestants. The jury is always professionallly related to the bear event and fashion world. Actually, winners and runner-ups are usually chosen to represent Bear Carnival on the advertising campaign for the following edition.

This year, Mister Bear Gran Canaria will be held on a free access venue, so we expect an attendance in the hundreds! Maximum number of candidates is usually around 10, so please register to make sure you can participate!

Prize for the winner

  • 150€ cash by Bear Carvinal
  • 100 € voucher at Boxer
  • Bear flip-flops by Code Store
  • Free pass for every official event, including pirate boat (except sold out ones)
  • W | Bear app, 1 year subscription
  • Meal for 2 in Buddies with a bottle of wine
  • Brunch for 2 at Mi Casa (Sunday)
  • Bear Necessity T-shirt
  • Possibility of becoming the image for Bear Carnival 2019


Prizes for the two runner-ups:

  • 50 € voucher at Boxer
  • Free pass for every official event at Bunker and Basement
  • W | Bear app, 6 month subscription
  • Bear Necessity T-shirt

Gifts for all candidates:

  • VIP wristband
  • Free pass to Bear Necessity party
  • W | Bear, 6 month subscription
  • Bear Necessity T-shirt

Hall of fame


Frank (Spain) - Winner
Víctor (Spain) - 1st runner-up


Freddy (Belgium) - Winner
Samuel (Spain) - 1st runner-up


Adam (Sweden) - Winner
German (Russia) - 1st runner-up


Sean (USA) - Winner
Bernat (Spain) - 1st runner-up
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Teror's Main Street


Our capital city Las Palmas de Gran Canaria was founded before America was discovered, and it was a key stop in the colonization route. Get to know the roots of Latin American colonial art on a stroll down the historical quarter of the city, including the Cathedral and a guided visit to the House of Columbus, home to an excellent exhibition on the Discovery. We will have lunch at charming restaurant and then cross the northern lush valleys and get to Teror for a short walk around its historical streets, flanked by noble Canarian houses and religious monuments. We will finish our excursion at the impressive “Black Cathedral” in Arucas, made out of volcanic stone.

Menu will be published soon.