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|23 May 2021||Wesak 2021||Centro Armonía BCN, Barcelona|
|08 Jul 2021||Rayden en el Festival Crulla||Festival Cruïlla, Barcelona|
|10 Jul 2021||Fuel Fandango en el Festival Crulla||Festival Cruïlla, Barcelona|
|05 May 2022||Barcelona Tech Job Fair||Ilunion Hotel Barcelona|
|26 May 2021||Soloshow||Espai Piluso, Barcelona|
|10 Jul 2021||Izal al Festival Crulla 2021||Festival Cruïlla, Barcelona|
|28 May 2021||Taller Intensivo de Invertidas con Alfonso Garallar||Hara Yoga Studio (Barcelona, Spain)|
|25 Aug 2021||Day trip from Barcelona to La Tomatina||Hard Rock Cafe, Barcelona|
|28 May 2021||The Crazy Mozarts||Espai Piluso, Barcelona|
|24 Jun 2021||Nil Moliner - Girona Music Festival||Gerona, Barcelona|
Barcelona is a vibrant city with a gamut of festivals ranging from music and theatre to culture and literature and to Beer. Barcelona Beer Festival is among the most awaited annual festivals, in addition to promoting the culture of handmade beer, Barcelona Beer Festival creates a fun vibe with live cooking, live music, and artistic stalls. FLIC Festival is a Literature and arts festival for children and youth. The Literary Creation Fair at FLIC Festival hosts talks and lectures by national and international reference authors. Going all out with its dance and music festivals, Barcelona is recognized internationally for these events! A Lo Dominican Festival is dedicated to Dominican dance, culture, and music, the festival boasts of a Pool Party and workshops with the best representatives of Bachata, Merengue, Dembow of this culture. Millennium Festival is an annual music festival in Barcelona that starts in late autumn and spreads over various months through to the spring featuring an average of 50 concerts. Other upcoming festivals in Barcelona are Solo Blues Festival, Overseas Eurasia Trade Fair, Live Dance Festival, Conscious Dance Festival Barcelona 2019, Barcelona Miniatures Fair, Reggaeton Beach Festival and more.
Barcelona Beach Festival is an international electronic music festival, held at Parc de la Pau every year in the 2nd weekend of July. Barcelona International Jazz Festival, among the most important jazz festivals of its kind in the world, balances heavyweight artists with emerging names. Primavera Sound, a music festival organized by a music promotion company of the same name, has gained the reputation as a model reference for urban festivals and is internationally recognized as an event you just can’t miss. Some big names that have graced the stage at Prima Vera include Pixies, Kendrick Lamar, and Neil Young, as well as Radiohead, My Bloody Valentine, Enrique Morente, The White Stripes, Swans, Bon Iver, Death Cab for Cutie and more. Daydream Festival Barcelona, among the most popular EDM festivals has the ability to turn a forest into a magical dance zone for 2 days with everything from EDM house beats to techno tracks, with more than three mystic stages. Expected 2019 headliners are Joris Voorn, Lost Frequencies, Kungs and Martin Solveig.
Barcelona International Film Festival awards and honors work from multiple categories including Feature Films, Short Films, Documentaries, Student Films, Animation, Music Videos and Screenplays from over 50 countries around the world. Festival Erotica Barcelona or Erotic Film Festival is the oldest adult film festival in Europe that exists, in part, to promote the domestic production of adult films. SITGES Film Festival is the number one fantasy film festival in the world with a stimulating universe of encounters, exhibitions, presentations and screenings of fantasy films from all over the world and has been graced by internationally renowned stars like Sir Anthony Hopkins, Jodie Foster, Cameron Diaz, Sarah Michelle Gellar, David Cronenberg, Susan Sarandon and more. Barcelona Independent Film Festival, popularly known as l'Alternativa, brings filmgoers and professionals together for a thought-provoking reflection on creative freedom, diversity, and innovation through screenings and offers a rich, varied programme of free screenings, performances, master classes, and debates with creators, as well as roundtables, a symposium as well as creative workshops for children and grownups. Film, Music, Dance, Beer, Literature and Arts, Barcelona festivals have covered all its cultural bases and are ready to take you on a roller coaster!