Summer time or how to take advantage of your staying in Barcelona 2014
We always try to do the best information about cool places, restaurants and shops. Now it’s turn to make an agenda with great concerts, festivals and open air activities in Barcelona. One of the greatest music festivals that are celebrating every year in Barcelona is Festival Pedralbes located in the most beautiful gardens of Barcelona. It’s time to harry up, because you’re still on time to buy last tickets to see such a fantastic band like Russian Red, George Benson or Paul Anka. Get more information at the official website of Jardins Pedralbes. How to arrive: Av. Diagonal, 686 Line 3; Green Line Station: Palau Reial
Next in our list of events is another one festival that takes place in Barcelona since 1976. Festival Grec is already a tradition for Catalans and people who come to Barcelona frequently. Be a part of this beautiful tradition, get your entrance now and enjoy. How to arrive: Passeig Santa Madrona, 36. Line 1 (Espanya), Line 3 (Espanya or Poble Sec).
The best jazz you can find in Jamboree club, where you can listen to 5 genius musicians of catalan jazz: Joan Chamorro, Ignasi Terraza, Josep Traver, Esteve Pi y la joven Andrea Motis together with Scott Hamilton. It’s for sure a great mix of youth and freshness of a Surprisingly Jazzwoman and the experience of an American saxophonist who has worked with the biggest ones of the gender. How to arrive: Plaça Reial 17. Line 3 (Liceu or Drassanes)
Don’t miss a concert of Katie Melua, en el Sant Jordi Club on Wednesday, 23 of July. The American singer comes to Barcelona as part of her European tour that presents a spectacular “simplified” accompanied by bass and keyboards.
And to close the list we are happy to announce that on Monday, 21 of July you have a great opportunity to explore American sounds. The author of “Don’t worry Be happy” will be performing in Barcelona as a part of Grec Festival 2014. Go and buy your ticket! How to arrive: Pg Santa Madrona, 36. Line 1 (Espanya), Line 3 (Espanya or Poble Sec)