Pride Barcelona is raring to go! What began as a one-day celebration of International Gay Pride Day ten years ago is now a full-fledged, 12-day festival featuring workshops, races, exhibits, films, and parties. Lots of parties! From June 28th through July 9th, over 250,000 are expected to join in the festivities of the fun-filled event, […]
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On Saturday, May 20, the museums of Barcelona will open their doors for free until 1 am to celebrate a new edition of the Long Night of Museums.
Between the next 4th and 6th of November we will travel back to the Middle Ages with the second edition of the Medieval Fair in Poble Espanyol.
From 22th to 25th of September Barcelona will hold its annual festival, La Mercè, counting this year with Paris as guest city and showing the present street arts, circus, dance and music of the French capital.
From 16 to 18 September, a new edition of Skate Love Barcelona will be celebrated, event that aims to bring together music, dance and skate in a single festival.
The next September 11 on the occasion of the National Day, Barcelona will held several exhibitions of castellers in El Born Centre for Culture and Memory.
Each year, the eleventh day of September, the official holiday of Catalonia, the National Day, is celebrated with numerous events such as demonstrations, concerts and activities.
The Parc del Fòrum of Barcelona, will host the next 4th of September the Brazil Day, with the best music, gastronomy and activities of the Brazilian culture.
This weekend Barcelona will celebrate, the III European Quidditch Championship. This event, held at the sports complex of the UB at Zona Universitaria, will host the 3rd and 4th of September a dozen European teams from different countries such as France, Germany, United Kingdom, Norway and Turkey. Among the participants must be highlighted the presence […]
Each year in August, Barcelona hosts two events of special importance for the city: The Gràcia Festival, which take place the third week of the month, and Sants Festival, which starts right after the Gràcia ones have finished. This year the festival takes place from 20 to 28 August, filling the neighborhood with decorated streets. One […]