Summer begins and brings several huge events in Barcelona! If you are in the city in this period, you will have plenty of things to see. Read our top 5 events of this month.
World Environment Day
When: From 1st to 5th of June
The World Environment Day exists since 1973 to raise people’s awareness about global warming. It is the occasion for everyone to enjoy activities like talks, workshop, concerts or informative hiking tours around Mont Juïc. During these 5 days, several locations in Barcelona will host this event that will make you better understand the important environmental issues.
Festival Jardins Pedralbes
When: From 5th of June to 15th of July
Where: Jardins Palau Reial Pedralbes
The 7th edition of the Jardins Pedralbes is expected to be as great as the one organized last year. There will be famous artists like Maria Carey, Woody Allen, LP, Gipsy Kings, and others. During this period, you can enjoy daily activities and the ones during the night that will satisfy every taste. You will be able to discover the beauty of the gardens while listening to entertaining concerts.
Nitro Circus – You Got This
When: 20th of June
Where: RCDE Stadium
This month, Barcelona will host the Nitro Circus that will for the first time make a performance of their new show “You Got This”. You will be able to see some of the best riders in the world in FMX, BMX, Skate or Scooter. This show is adapted for all extreme sports lovers from friend groups to families so we are sure that you will be thrilled by the amazing and spectacular atmosphere.
Nit de Sant Joan
When: 23rd of June
Where: Barcelona’s beaches
The festival of Sant Joan is one of the events that happen every year in Barcelona. For the longest night of the year, the city is illuminated with fireworks and pyrotechnics shows. This is why you will probably be awake during most of the night so it is best to just go to one of the Barcelona beaches and be a part of this attractive event! Join the residents of Barcelona, go outside, have a party and have some fun.
When: 28th and 29th of June
Where: Gaixample neighborhood
Barcelona was the first Spanish city that became a gay-friendly city. It all started in 1977 when a group of brave activists, politicians, and residents of the city marched on Las Ramblas trying to show that being a part of the LGBT community is not a crime. The march suffered the repression of the authorities, but from that point homosexuality finally ceased to be part of the Law of Hazard and Social Reform. Nowadays, Barcelona is a gay-friendly city where one of the largest gay prides is organized hosting famous artists like Inna, Vengaboys, Soraya, and others.
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