Where? The concert takes place in the Basilica Santa Maria Del Pi, a mystical location, relatively near to the busy hub of the Ramblas...
Take advantage of the different types of live music that Barcelona has to offer. Many artists have been influenced or inspired by the city, including a wide selection of genres and styles. This is a great way to discover the best live music spots in Barcelona.
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ArtFutura is the most renowned Festival of Culture and Digital Creation in Spain. Held every year simultaneously in several Spanish cities it includes a number of projections and exhibitions. Barcelona is usually the centre of the action, however this year Spanish people are a little puzzled as the majority of entertainment will be held in … Buenos Aires! But don't worry; there is still a lot to see especially if you are in Barcelona.
The Mil-lenni Music Festival is returning once again to Barcelona. Prepare yourselves for five months of performances from talented artists across many genres. From jazz, to folk, to pop, the Mil-lenni Festival caters for all music tastes.
Throughout July, Barcelona hosts the much anticipated Grec Festival. It's a summer stalwart that features a jam-packed programme of concerts, theatrical shows, dancing and the odd bit of circus tomfoolery. Even better, most events take place in the unique atmosphere of a secluded amphitheatre cut into a Montjuïc cliff.
In Barcelona, the best artists in the world will join the production company POEMA S.L organising on a monthly basis fifteen concerts in a number of extraordinary locations. Let yourself be taken away by the sounds of the best guitarists in the world playing the most beautiful melodies of their repertory live.
Back in Barcelona for what promises to be another sell-out run, Cirque du Soleil is in town with a mesmerizing mixture of classical acrobatics and innovative theatre. Introducing Corteo!
The Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival 2013 brings together the best horror and fantasy films from around the world. Get up close and personal for one week in October with actors and directors in this gorgeous Mediterranean setting.
The 43rd edition of the Barcelona Jazz Festival returns on 20th October with a seemingly infinite amount of national and international artists in many locations in Barcelona. Our article tells you everything you need to know about the Barcelona Jazz Festival and the best places to experience Barcelona’s jazz scene