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April, May, June and July in Barcelona: must-see concerts and music festivals


If you like music, you’ll be spoilt for choice in Barcelona in April, May, June and July. Here are a few highlights!

Primavera Sound

Primavera Sound, an indie rock festival with a fabulous programme, needs almost no introduction. The 2020 edition will run from 3rd – 7th June. Tickets don’t come cheap, although there are some free concerts which are open to all. For more information, see our article on Primavera Sound: Barcelona’s independent rock festival.


If electro music is more your thing, head for the Sónar festival to discover new music, enjoy innovative digital experiences and party the night away from 18th to 20th June 2020.

See our article Sónar Barcelona: electro music and digital art festival for more information!

Palau Reial de Pedralbes Garden Festival

A series of open-air concerts will be held in the historic and charming gardens of the Palau Reial, Pedralbes, from mid-June to mid-July. The festival plays host to some big international names, in a stylish but relaxed atmosphere.

Note that there’s a specially equipped zone which is accessible for wheelchair users.

BCN Guitar Festival

What is it?

The Guitar Festival is less well-known on the world stage, but it’s well worth a visit. The concept of the festival is based around concerts in a whole range of musical styles, all with one thing in common: guitars! The festival runs from late January to late June, and features a whole host of artists.

Eclectic programming

The programme is vary varied, including rock music, Spanish pop, folk, jazz, Brazilian music and even French variety! There really is something for everyone. For a full list of featured artists, see the list on the official festival website.

Buy tickets for the BCN Guitar Festival

Tickets cost from 10 to 150 euros, depending on the concert and the time of booking: it’s cheaper to buy ahead online.

Note that some of the concerts are held in the spectacular Palau de la Música or the Gran Teatre del Liceu. A great way to combine musical and architectural discovery!

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