Barcelona is a summer festival!
Summer in Barcelona is synonymous with music, fresh air and music festivals take the city. This is the perfect moment to escape from monotony and make the most with friends or family the best time of year. From “Primavera Sound” festival with more alternative touches, through “San Miguel Mas i Mas Festival” where the best international jazz musicians play to the delight of spectators and ending with the elegant “Castell de Peralada” festival at Costa Brava where mythic bands mingle with ballet and opera on alternate days and offer shows for everyone.
Barcelona is a Summer festival
In the city of Barcelona you can enjoy since last summer “Nits de Gaudí” in a unique place called Torre Bellesguard. This year it has also incorporated Premium concerts and offer 4 very special concerts of top-level groups. In addition, the space will feature a varied cuisine so that all visitors can dine at the same site. There will be chill out area after each Gaudí Night (from 22:00 to 24:00h) so that everybody can stay after the concert and enjoy this special place with garden having a drink.
The festival “Piknic Electronik” where some of the most relevant DJ’s will play is back this year every Sunday from 28th June to 20th September taking place in the gardens of Joan Brossa in the Montjuic mountain. For the first time this year visitors can buy their ticket with access only to the area of petit piknic for a reduced price. You will find the best food trucks in town where you can buy your food. The unsold food will be distributed in the community kitchens of the neighborhood with the help of “Social Foodin”.
And we could not end this article without mentioning the mythical “Grec Festival” which is during summer the meeting point of the best performing arts. During month of July theater, dance, concerts and circus performances will take place in different settings. It is a unique opportunity to enjoy world-class artists, with a full program for all tastes. A participatory festival that makes live performing arts as you’ve never done a festival where you’re much more than a spectator.