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  • Family activities and concerts at the Palau

    Family activities and concerts at the Palau

    It is now 15 years since the Palau de la Música Catalana introduced its Cycle of Family Concerts at the Palau, an initiative whose goal is to kindle the passion for and appreciation of music to the youngest members of the household. These are shows conceived and created so that music interacts with other forms of artistic expression such as dance, theater, poetry or the plastic arts, aimed at encouraging the curiosity, imagination and creativity of young and old alike.

  • Family activities and concerts at L'Auditori

    Family activities and concerts at L'Auditori

    As it does every season, L'Auditori is offering a special program for families with children of all ages, so that young and old alike can enter the wonderful world of live music. A wide range of concerts, created for children and designed to make their first musical experience unique and special.

  • Family concerts at Petit Liceu

    Family concerts at Petit Liceu

    The Petit Liceu is an initiative of the Gran Teatre del Liceu to bring music to the youngest members of the family. A program that features all-time classics, adapted for the whole family to enjoy.

  • Nits d'Estiu Summer nights

    Nits d'Estiu Summer nights

    Throughout the summer, most evenings see special cultural and gastronomic activities held at venues around the city. Many modernista spaces, such as La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, host concerts, suppers, drinks and audiovisual shows. In turn, several cultural venues, including Poble Espanyol, CaixaForum and El Born Centre de Cultura i Memoria, open late at least one night a week, allowing you to enjoy their exhibitions and special activities away from the daytime crowds and heat.

    Film fans can head to open-air screenings like Sala Montjuïc, which shows movies at the castle on top of Montjuïc, Gandules, an event at the CCCB where the audience sits in deckchairs (gandules in Catalan), and Cosmonits, a whole programme of sci-fi films at CosmoCaixa.

    So, if you are looking to enjoy summer nights, Barcelona has a wide range of options for you.

  • Loop Fair Festival

    Loop Fair Festival

    Created in 2003, Loop is a platform that focuses on the possibilities and challenges presented by video art, one of the key artistic movements of modern times. Each year, Loop hosts professionals and the public for a gathering where they can explore the latest technological and other developments in the moving image sector and see the work of new and established creatives who use video as their main tool.

    Loop Festival runs for around 10 days and includes screenings, exhibitions, concerts, talks and other live events at numerous venues around the city.

  • Summer concerts at Sant Pau Recinte Modernista

    Summer concerts at Sant Pau Recinte Modernista

    The gardens of Sant Pau Recinte Modernista will be hosting the Candlelight Open Air Cicle in its Summer Concerts nights. Enjoy your summer evenings with international artists such as Ludovico Einaudi, Piotr Ilitx Txaikovski, and much more.

  • Cruïlla Festival

    Cruïlla Festival

    Perhaps not as well-known as its Barcelona summer music festival peers, Primavera Sound and Sónar, Cruïlla is ideal for those people looking for top-notch indie and alternative musicians, along with smaller crowds and a more compact programme. Placed in the same venue as Primavera, the Parc del Fòrum, this year's programme has already got music fans excited: Kase.O, Two Door Cinema Club, Manel, Sopa de Cabra, Morcheeba i Of Monsters and Men, to name but a few.

  • Mercat de Música Viva de Vic

    Mercat de Música Viva de Vic

    Every September, the beautiful central Catalan town of Vic hosts an extensive 'market of live music', which this year celebrates its 33rd anniversary, aimed at giving both professionals and the public the chance to hear a wide range of different genres and discover new acts, as they enjoy of concerts and related activities. A lot of the focus is on artists from Catalonia, Spain and the Mediterranean area, but musicians from other places can also be found on the programme.

    Performances, some of which are free, are given across the city at venues both indoors and out, including the emblematic Plaça Major, and throughout the event the streets are filled with buskers, adding to the musical extravaganza taking place. While there, it's also worth taking the time to explore Vic, a place rich with history, from the Roman temple to the cathedral, ecclesiastical museum, and medieval and modernista buildings. And don't forget to try the local gastronomic speciality, cured meats.

  • Grec Festival de Barcelona

    Grec Festival de Barcelona

    The Grec, Barcelona's keenly anticipated annual festival of music, dance, circus and theater is about to begin. It is a festival that now forms part of the city's cultural landscape and connects fully with its artistic life. This year more than ever the Teatre Grec, which gives its name to the festival, is at the epicenter, but you will be able to see related events at a multitude of venues across Barcelona.

    Meanwhile the festival does not arrive, you can enjoy De Grec a Grec, with shows that will surely make the wait less boring.

  • Banc Sabadell Vijazz Penedès

    Banc Sabadell Vijazz Penedès

    Wine and jazz go hand-in-hand at the festival that sublimates both pleasures by pairing wine-tastings with concerts in Vilafranca, the heart of the Penedès region. ViJazz Penedès, which has been going for more than 10 years, features free concerts and the chance to sample more than 300 wines and cavas produced by forty of the Penedès region's best wineries at the wine and cava fair. This year also includes a gastronomic area, with the presence of restaurants in the area, where quality tapas will be offered specifically designed to be accompanied by wines and cavas from the Penedès.

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