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  • De Grec a Grec

    De Grec a Grec

    Barcelona De Grec a Grec, the Grec Festival's initiative to bring the city all the theatre performances and plays that were postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak, gets underway. A programme consisting mainly of plays that will be presented over the coming months at different venues around the city. Thirty new shows that will bring together leading names from Spain and abroad.

  • Festival Escena Poblenou

    Festival Escena Poblenou

    Now in its 19th year, the Escena Poblenou Festival is more committed than ever to its audience and to culture.

    This year, the festival of multidisciplinary contemporary creation will be staging a programme based on three core strands that are etched in its DNA: support for creation, the prominent presence of women in the performing arts and reclaiming public space for street performances.

  • 48H Open House Barcelona

    48H Open House Barcelona

    Barcelona's main date with architecture returns to the city with a few changes compared to previous years. Nevertheless, the highlights will be the two open days – on 24th and 25th October – with a list of buildings that chime with the title of this year's event: the healthy city.

    This year, for the first time, the buildings have been grouped together in zones that can be explored on foot in 15 minutes. Some of the programme will be held online, with podcasts and 360º virtual tours of the Arc de Triomf and the Venetian Towers. There will also be activities the public can enjoy at their leisure with audioguides.

    Visitors must pre-book their visits to the 34 buildings. Booking opens on 14th October.

  • Manga Barcelona

    Manga Barcelona

    A few months ago Barcelona's Manga Fair launched its YouTube channel, Manga On Demand, where fans of the genre will find everything and more.

  • 52 VollDamm Festival de Jazz de Barcelona

    52 VollDamm Festival de Jazz de Barcelona

    Now in its 52nd year, this popular festival will be offering three-months of the best in jazz with all the health and social-distancing measures in place to guarantee the maximum safety at all its venues.

    The Voll Damm Barcelona Jazz Festival has become one of the world's leading jazz festivals as a result of its carefully curated roster of talents and an attractive line-up that is always full of new initiatives. This year, it will be bringing you almost 60 concerts and activities, including master classes, talks and meetings with the performers, so you can enjoy the finest in jazz and great music.

    This year's venues, the Palau de la Música Catalana, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, the Sala Barts, the Palau Robert and the Jazz Milano Club, will be bringing you performers of the calibre of Silvia Pérez Cruz, Brad Mehlau, Andrea Motis, La Locomotora Negra and Natalie Dessay. It will also include the flamenco festival, De Cajón!, which will feature Miguel Poveda and Tomatito. Smalls Jazz Club and The Village Vanguard in New York will be added to the programme with a series of live streaming concerts.

  • Agenda

    Agenda

    It's impossible to get bored in Barcelona: the best concerts, exhibitions and events related to art, culture and leisure await you, week after week. Here are some of the main ones. Don't miss anything this constantly moving city has to offer.

  • Experience La Mercè festival like one of the locals

    Experience La Mercè festival like one of the locals

    If you're thinking of heading to Barcelona for a break in September, there are five key dates on the calendar when the city opens its doors and celebrates its festivals in style. The Catalan capital dresses up for the occasion to pay tribute to the Mare de Déu de la Mercè, patron saint of Barcelona since 1687.

  • Literary trails in Barcelona and around Catalonia

    Literary trails in Barcelona and around Catalonia

    Literature and Barcelona are the stars of their own love story. A good number of writers have set their novels in the city or have moved there to pursue their literary careers. Do you want to follow in their footsteps and discover their legacies? If so, our literary trails are the perfect plan. Do you want to turn the page?

  • Happy Sant Jordi a very special day seen through the eyes of the illustrator MAGOZ

    Happy Sant Jordi a very special day seen through the eyes of the illustrator MAGOZ

    The rose and the book are the centrepieces of the image created by the illustrator Magoz for Sant Jordi 2019. This is a new Turisme de Barcelona initiative that will feature a guest artist from a different country every year. Discover the true meaning of this day through the eyes of the Catalan designer.

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