14 Ago GRÀCIA FESTIVAL 2015
Welcome everybody to the most expected Festivity in Barcelona!
The Festivals of Gràcia (o Festes de Gràcia) open the 2015 edition today Friday, August 14th with a broad program of events for one week, until Friday 21st.
The family activities, artisans and solidarity fairs and tastings make new daytime offering, while the nights, dedicated to the youngest audiences, are crowded with concerts and outdoor cinema.
In addition, the party has 11 more spaces – the Diamant Square, Revolució Square, Sun Square and Joanic among others – where various activities such as dance, craft fairs, digital manufacturing workshops and recitals will take place.
The full program of events is available on the official website of the festival and through the application for Android and IOS. In case of wanting to buy the printed version, you must approach the neighborhood and buy it in any enabled points. That income is actually dedicated to finance the costs of decorating the streets and squares that participate in the festival.
We show you hereby the best activities for you, if you are one of the lucky ones staying on the city during this period:
Guided tour through the streets
From Saturday to Thursday at 11am each day. There will be limited places for this, so we recommend to book it in advance through firstname.lastname@example.org. The route has a price of 10€ per adult and it is free for kids.
Grallers, trabucaires, devils and bestiary
Saturday is the big day of traditional culture. It will start at 8 am on the Revolució square with an awakening session of grallers, trabucaires, devils and bestiary.
At 18h will take place the great Cercavila of Popular Culture with neighborhood groups and guests from many Catalan municipalities, starting in Gran de Gràcia and ending in Vila Square.
On Sunday the 16th starting at 12: 30h in Vila square, with performances from Castellers de la Vila de Gràcia, Xiquets de Reus and Castellers de Vilafranca.
Rumba concert in Vila Square
To celebrate 15 years of decoration on the streets, there will be concerts every night. Two of the most crowded will be the rumba: On Sunday Rumb al Bar and Pastorets Rock will play at 23h and on Monday, 9 Son will do it at 23: 30h.
9 son - Catalan Rumba Group
And hundreds of some other activities, so don’t hesitate to check them all at http://www.festamajordegracia.cat/programacio