Accompanying the summer, neighborhoods of Barcelona celebrate their traditional festivals. The most popular is the main festival of Gràcia, it is declared Traditional Festival of National Interest by the Government and awarded the Cross of St. George.

Year after year, the streets are decorated with their finery and the neighborhood boiled furiously with a wide range of activities for everyone: contests, workshops, sports, concerts and more.

All concerts are free and outdoors; This year we will enjoy Pepet i Marieta presenting Lo món d’un mos, the habaneras of Mar Blau group accompanying them with a drink of real cremat[1]!… for lovers of rock, the town will move with new values ​​of the alternative rock scene and the local Catalan: Spirit !, vàlius, The Saura, Bartleby Mourn Johnny Card. If you also hosts funk and soul (Los Fulanos, Blackcelona All Star, The Slingshot), Blues (A Contrablues, Amadeu Casas Quartet), tango (Sandra Rehder, Gustavo Bataglia), Rumba (Micus), reggae and ska (Soweto), music Brazilian (Bread Brazuca Matraca Wagner) and African (Nakany Kante) and even the heart of Iaioflautes*[2].
Enjoy the summer festival of Gràcia!


[1] Typical Catalan alcoholic drink made ​​with rum or other liquor, coffee (beans and tea), sugar, lemon peel and spices, including cinnamon.

[2] 15-M movement of elderly group.

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