Looking for some plans to do during your stay? Here’s our guide to 9 events to enjoy your time in Spain:
- Music and beach: if you came to Barcelona, we guess you like both things, so keep reading. Barcelona Beach Festival brings some of the best international DJ to the Fòrum beach on Saturday 18th: David Guetta, Hardwell, The Zombie Kids… And don’t worry about queues, get your cashless bracelet to buy food, drinks and merchandising!
- As every year, the Raval hood is celebrating its Festa Major this weekend. This area of Barcelona located between la Rambla and l’Avinguda del Paral·lel offers a program for everyone, from a cercavila -giant papier-machié figures named gegants and capgrossos-, a chocolatada -chocolate for everyone-, or mute cinema to castellers, punk concerts and a correfoc.
- As we’ve said before, the Grec Festival is back in Barcelona. If you want to join the event, take a look at the program for this weekend and don’t miss the Elektropical Fever Fest II at sala BARTS on Saturday.
- Don’t make plans for the weekend: the first edition of the Jameson’s Picnic & Friends is here! A part from the sandwiches, snacks, salads, fruit, and many other delicious food prepared by La Mojigata, the event will feature live concerts and some activities you don’t want to miss! The entry is free and you can dinner for only 9€, so make sure you join the coolest picnic party from the city! Place and time: Golf Canal park, starting at 20:00.
- And if an urban picnic wasn’t enough, MadrEAT is back in town! Fight the heat of July with some food and a cold beer and chill with your friends at Pablo Ruiz Picasso square this weekend.
- The Museo Lázaro Galdiano gardens hosts one one of the most important Flamenco events of the city. Beatriz Romero will be performing on the 17th at 22:00 for only 10€, make sure you don’t miss it.
- Music + good vibes + cool atmosphere + nice weather. If you like all these things, join us at Veranillos del Alamillo. There’re activities organized at night-time every day of the week during the whole month in the city: film screenings on Monday, music concerts on Tuesday and Friday, magic shows on Wednesday, Flamenco on Thursday, copla on Saturday and kids activities on Sundays. A good plan to spend the night out and have fun meeting local people.
-Who said Flamenco? The Tablao Orillas de Triana , located at the flamenco school Flamenquería de Sevilla has prepared live performances from Thursday to Saturday so, if you want to know more about this culture, now it’s your time.
- If you’ve already seen a traditional flamenco show and you want to see something different,, don’t miss Ian Sciointi Trio’s performance for the Noches en los Jardines de Portugal : Ian Sciointi, Javier Delgado and Arnaud Clerc mix flamenco and jazz to offer a unique spectacle. If you want to meet the most innovative side of this art, remember: Friday 17th at 22:00.