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From the 28th to the 30th of May is the 15th edition of Primavera Sound Festival so you can look forward to what is sure to be another fantastic Festival!Primavera, is an annual music festival that takes place in Barcelona and is held within the Parc del Fòrum leisure site—located approximately 6 km north east from the center of Barcelona—in the Diagonal Mar area of the Sant Martí district, by the coast of the Balearic Sea. The event is one of the largest music festivals in Spain, with an increasing attendance rate of more than 100,000 each year. To buy tickets for Primavera Sound Festival Click here If you are looking for a place to stay during Primavera then check out Habitat Apartments where you will find apartments to accomodate any amount of people. Featured below is the Blue Ground C Apartment which is about 15 minutes walk from the festival and can sleep up to 10 people. If you liked this article and want more advice then follow us on our social media sites below! :-) Image taken from www.thespacelab.tv
May in Barcelona is more than awesome! Since the temperatures in general are already perfectly warm and enjoyable, visitors have the possibility to show off their brand new, light summer fashion. Where to wear some airy outfits can be discovered right here – just read through our Top 4 Barcelona events taking place in May. Primavera Sound: Watch out, we’ve got a treat for your ears right here! Being not just Barcelona’s most important and exciting Music Festival but also the number one in Spain, Primavera Sound is an institution of great tunes. The wonderful town of Barcelona has been hosting the annual event since 2001 which every year attracts beat-lovers from all over the world. This year from May 28th to 31st visitors can enjoy an amazing weekend getting lost in music – just next to beach! Primavera Sound is not one of those festivals advertising with its load of trendy stars but is especially known for featuring rather unknown artists to let people discover the sounds of the future first hand. But of course there will again be some big names playing as well, for example the Nine Inch Nails, Arcade Fire or Kendrick Lamar. If you want to save yourself some tickets, hurry up! Labor Day: In Spain May 1st is one of its national holidays. Spanish people join in in the international tradition of celebrating the Labor Day at the very beginning of May to enjoy a day off work spending it with friends and family. To honor working people’s achievements in economy and sociality, the May 1st celebration was established in 1975 after the end of Franco’s dictatorship and first publically celebrated two years later in 1977. May 1st makes a great opportunity for visitors to discover Barcelona’s cultural offers, since museums and Co. stay generally open while shops and offices are closed. If you like, you can also watch or take part in various peaceful meetings and demonstrations being hold all over town. Formula 1 Grand Prix: Fasten your seat belts and focus – the Formula One Spanish Grand Prix is ready to start engines! From May 9th to 11th friends of super-cars and speed can experience the atmosphere of high-technology vehicles turning their laps. Since the early 1990 this famous event takes place a little outside the Catalan capital in the little town Montmeló. With the goal of successfully complete 66 fast rounds, the ambitioned professional drivers will take over the Circuit de Catalunya – a race track being famous for guaranteeing very exciting competitions. Special speed-fans can go for a whole Formula-1-Weekend since there are not just tickets for the main race on Sunday, but also for the test-driving and qualifying on Friday and Saturday available. Ciutat Flamenco: This wonderful event of the art of dancing is a total must for all of those who just can’t stop their feet from stomping the beat when music is playing. Ciutat Flamenco is a multiple and colorful festival celebrating the loveliness of the beautiful and traditional dance of Flamenco, annually taking place in the Catalan capital. From 23rd to 26th of May interested visitors can populate the halls of “El Mercat de las Flors” in order to take part in the various, flamenco-themed offer. Regarding classical as well as contemporary interpretations of dancing Flamenco, people are welcome to enjoy shows, concerts, exhibitions, workshops, dance sessions and competitions. More information can be found on the official website.