Watching films in the open-air becomes something of a ritual on summer evenings every year. Various film sessions are being organised in the city, mostly with free admission, offering a chance to enjoy quality films by the sea, next to a castle under the stars, or in front of a community centre converted into a … Continue reading Weekend: When the sun goes down it’s time for open-air film!
The 16th City of Barcelona International Water Polo Trophy is being held at the Bernat Picornell swimming pool at 7 pm on Wednesday 28 June. This year’s tournament recreates the Olympic final of Barcelona ’92, with Spain taking on Italy. The same countries and the same venue to evoke memories of a final which went … Continue reading International Water Polo Trophy Barcelona
In front Athletic-Barceloneta Swimming Club. Once again this year, a giant screen will be set up at the Sant Sebastià beach, offering a selection of independent films for anyone who wants to watch them. The initiative offers a free selection of independent films for the general public to enjoy every Thursday, from 29 June to … Continue reading Open-air film at the Sant Sebastià beach
July sees El Grec fill Barcelona with theatre, music, dance and circus. The festival is over forty years old and has become the main cultural attraction in the city in the summer. The numerous spaces which make up the festival circuit have been grouped together under the names of Grec Montjuïc and Grec Ciutat. They … Continue reading Grec 2017
Sting last performed in Barcelona in March, at the Sant Jordi Club. Now he’s back, playing at the Jardins de Pedralbes as part of his 57th & 9th Tour. Sting once again presents his latest solo album 57th & 9th, marking the English artist’s return to the rock genre. This time around, he will be accompanied on stage by … Continue reading Sting
The festival, conceived to offer a top class musical programme in August, is now 15 years old. To mark the occasion, this year’s event includes over two hundred performances ranging from jazz to classical music, blues, soul, song, flamenco and electronic music, as well as theatre and dance. The Palau de la Música Catalana, the … Continue reading 15th San Miguel Mas i Mas Festival
Pride Barcelona 2017 offers a week of culture, sport, debate, leisure and fun. This free, popular non-profit celebration shows the city at its best. The main activity is the Pride Parade on 8 July, filling the city streets with floats, artists and people from all over the world. http://agenda500.barcelona.cat/en/detall/the-pride-parade-speaks-up-for-lgbti-pride_99400091257.html