Next weekend is going to be busy in Barcelona! Whether you’ve already got a trip planned, or you’ve got some free time to have a quick getaway, there’s sure to be plenty for you to do next weekend!
Here’s a few ideas of what you could do, or maybe you’re already planning on going to one of these places…
Off Week Festival –
Off Week Festival is back in Barcelona, for three days from 14th-16th June. This is an underground techno and house music festival, with some of the most recognised artists from the genres playing. There will be 3 stages, at this outdoor day and night experience.
Where: Parc del Fòrum – Just 30 minutes from ACYH, we are the perfect place to drop your things before you head to the festival!
Tickets: Day tickets starting from 45€
For more info, check out their website – https://offweekfestival.com
ARTeNOU Festival –
For two separate days (15th June & 28th June), the ARTeNOU Festival will be back in Barcelona. The electronic music festival has free entry for all and performances from local and international, emerging artists, for you to discover new, lesser-known sounds. This is not like other major commercial festivals, their goal is to create an accessible summer festival, without compromising on quality content.
Where: Cornellà del Llobregat & Sant Boi del Llobregat – though it is considered to be outside of the city centre, it is only 20 minutes away from the hostel
Tickets: Free for everyone!
To see the line-up, head over to their website – https://www.artenou.com
BORN Street Food –
Back for another year, BORN Street Food is back for three days only! This unique, gastronomic festival is a huge outdoor food market with fresh products and quality, seasonal ingredients. You can enjoy delicious dishes, cooked by top chefs in open kitchens. Everything is fresh, and it’s taking place right in the heart of Barcelona, so there’ll be a great atmosphere. What’s not to like?!
Where: Pla de Palau – less than 20 minutes from ACYH
Tickets: Free entry, you just have to pay for whatever you decide to sample
More info over at their website – http://www.barcelonaborngourmet.com/en/born-street-food/