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  • Patron Saint Festivities in the city’s neighbourhoods

    Patron Saint Festivities in the city’s neighbourhoods

    Before the end of the summer, the different districts and neighbourhoods of the city will celebrate their patron saint festivities. During September, these celebrations are the preview of the city's great festivity, la Mercè. This is the case of the Horta, Poble Nou and the Gràcia area (including La Salut, Vallcarca and Penitents districts). During October, Les Corts and Sarrià. In November Sant Andreu de Palomar.

    All these neighbourhoods dress their streets for the celebration and for a few days they are brimming with activities, music, concerts, popular dinners and games for the young ones. This tradition is much loved by the people of Barcelona, as it allows for more interaction between neighbours and direct participation, all thanks to their pride for belonging to the same neighbourhood.

  • Barcelona Obertura Classic & Lyric - Winter in Barcelona

    Barcelona Obertura Classic & Lyric - Winter in Barcelona

    Barcelona Obertura Classic and Lyric is a new venture that brings together the city's key classical music venues: the Gran Teatre del Liceu, L'Auditori and the Palau de la Música Catalana. Already well-known to many for their top-class performances, this latest association aims to extend their global reach and reputation even further, and demonstrate Barcelona's wealth of classical music programming.

    Winter in Barcelona opens the season 2019, a season full of unmissable events such as Madame Butterfly hosted by Liceu, Emmanuel Pahud & Eric Le Sage hosted by L'Auditori and Magdalena Kozená & Mitsuko Uchida hosted by Palau de la Música Catalana.

  • Handel's Messiah

    Handel's Messiah

    With the Messiah, Handel moved away from his other oratorios, which were of a clear Italian influence, to embrace ancient passions and German cantatas.

    Composed in London in 1741 in just three weeks, the Messiah has traditionally been linked with Christmas, although the oratorio really runs through the life of Jesus. This month of December, the Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar will be the wonderful setting of this magnificent work, by the Cor Atlàntida and the Jove Filharmònica Catalana.

  • Carlos Núñez

    Carlos Núñez

    Carlos Núñez is pretty much a standard at the Mil·lenni Festival, this being the fifth time he has taken part. The Galician bagpiper has managed to make his concerts both traditional and full of surprises. He has always invited top-level guests such as The Chieftains or Capercaillie to showcase the different aspects of Celtic, Irish, Breton and Galician music.

    This is a unique opportunity to enjoy and be amazed by bagpipe-playing traditions at the most festive concert of the year!

  • Christmas Carols at the Plaça del Rei with the Orfeó Català

    Christmas Carols at the Plaça del Rei with the Orfeó Català

    After eight years, this concert become a new tradition in the city. It is a carol concert by the Orfeó Català, the Barcelona city choir. Organized by the Barcelona City Council, the concert is free and open to everyone wishing to enjoy the most emblematic carols of the country, in the idyllic setting of the Plaça del Rei.

    Conducted by Pablo Larraz, the Orfeó will go through songs that instil the Christmas spirit and which have been passed down from parents to children for centuries.

  • Barcelona Primavera Sound

    Barcelona Primavera Sound

    For some years now, Barcelona has established itself as a premium music festival destination. Throughout the year, fans can enjoy a wide range of events dedicated to showcasing multiple genres, and in the summer in particular, the city draws crowds from near and far to revel in al fresco live shows from their favourite acts and the discovery of unfamiliar performers. Primavera Sound is undoubtedly one of the leaders of this pack, both for the public and music industry professionals; the latter are served by Primavera Pro, a get-together that schedules debates, networking sessions, conferences, workshops and showcases.

    When it comes to the main festival, each year the roster of acts, both home-grown and from around the world, gets longer, more diverse and more inviting. Get your ticket this year and you have the chance to hear Father John Misty, Björk, Nick Cave, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Lykke Li as well as various DJ sets, Catalan and Spanish talent, and other big names – all adding up to a fantastic few days of top music.

  • Festival REC.0 Experimental Stores

    Festival REC.0 Experimental Stores

    The latest edition of Rec.0 Experimental Stores takes place in the old industrial district of Rec in Igualada, just 40 minutes from Barcelona. This fashion festival, which transforms one-time textile factories into pop-up fashion stores, sees leading labels and designers hold special sales of stocks at seriously low prices.

    Festival Rec.018 Experimental Stores combines major international brands with some of the best in Catalan fashion. Over 80 labels take part including: Levi's, Adidas, Mango, Sita Murt, Pepe Jeans, Kickers, Lacoste, Ikks, Nice Things, Camper and Castañer, as well as Catalan designers and labels, like Miriam Ponsa, Josep Abril, Txell Miras, Who, Susi Sweet Dress, Carlota Oms and Dorotea. Children's clothing labels also participate, such as Tiny Cottons, yporqué, Bean's Barcelona, Boboli, Piu et Nau and many more. Rec.0 isn't just about fashion, though. At Rec Street Food, visitors can visit around 40 food trucks and pop-up bars, and there's also the chance to enjoy a range of concerts, recitals, dance, video screenings, performed on the festival's three stages.

  • Lady GAGA

    Lady GAGA

    Lady Gaga returns to Barcelona for two consecutive performances to present her latest studio album "Joanne". GAGA made number one of the Billboard list with this album, the first female artist to achieve this four consecutive times in this decade. The latest pop star has already had such resounding successes as "Telephone" or "Alejandro".

    A successor to stars like Madonna or Kylie Minogue, the diva from New York, hasn't stopped reaping success since 2006, when she released the amazing "Just Dance". Today we can now speak of one of the greatest musical phenomena of all times. Lady GAGA is here to present her syncopated rhythms, a mixture of electro and pop, with stunning staging: the show is ready and not only her costumes.

  • Barcelona Beach Festival

    Barcelona Beach Festival

    The best in current electronic music and EDM (Electronic Dance Music) is showcased at this year's Barcelona Beach Festival 2018, which is marking its fifth anniversary and is held once more at the Platja del Fòrum and the Parc de la Pau in Barcelona.

    Each year, this festival gains in reputation as the greatest contemporary dance music extravaganza, with line-ups that bring together the very best Spanish and international DJs.

    Passing through the booth this year are some of the best-known names from the current scene such as David Guetta, Don Diablo, Axwell^Ingrosso, The Chainsmokers, Oliver Heldens and Spanish house star JP Candela. In an incomparable setting with the beach as a backdrop, and nearly 14 hours of uninterrupted music, the BBF has established itself as the best one-day electronic music festival in Spain.

  • Shakira

    Shakira

    With her latest album "El Dorado", Shakira continues to beat records: a few hours after its release, it was number 1 in iTunes in 37 countries and it achieved 5 of the 10 first places in the Latin iTunes charts. The album is now number one in the "Billboard Top Latin Albums". Her video "Chantaje" has been viewed over 1400 million times. With these figures, her performance in Barcelona, within the "El Dorado World Tour", is sure to be an outstanding event.

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