Jardins Reials de Pedralbes festival: exceptional concerts in elegant surroundings

Pauline
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Article updated 18 June, 2018. 0 comments

The Jardins Reials de Pedralbes festival brings together major international musical stars for open-air concerts in an elegant, relaxed setting.

Jardins Reials de Pedralbes Festival
Where?

Av. Diagonal 686
Jardins Reial de Pedralbes
metro: Palau Reial (L3)

When?

6th June - 13th July 2018

How much?

from €18

Why?

for the top-quality programme
for the unique, elegant setting

Barcelona plays host to a whole range of festivals throughout the year. One of the most sophisticated options on offer is the Jardins Reials de Pedralbes festival, held in early summer each year.

A music festival in the Jardins Reials de Pedralbes

The festival is held in the magnificent gardens of the Palau Reial de Pedralbes, a stunning setting surrounded with oleanders, pine trees, orange trees and lindens.

The gardens also feature two works by Gaudí: a flower-decked pergola, and the Hercules fountain, re-discovered 100 years after its construction during renovation work on the gardens.

The festival stage is set up just in front of the palace – a spectacular setting which lives up to the beautiful surroundings!

The video below should give you an idea of what to expect from the festival:

Jardins Reials de Pedralbes Festival: 2018 programme

The programme for the Jardins Reials de Pedralbes festival is always fantastic, featuring major international artists.

Notable participants for 2018 include ZAZ (sold out), George Benson, Tom Jones, Niña Pastori, The Jacksons, Katie Melua, Sara Baras and Simple Minds.

 

Useful information

  • The 2018 edition runs from 6th June – 13th July.
  • Tickets start at €18, going up to €300 depending on your chosen place.
  • There’s no pit – all places are seated.
  • Visibility from some of the cheaper seats is limited, as there’s a palm tree between the stands and the stage.
  • Under-16s must be accompanied by a legal guardian.
  • There’s a reserved area for wheelchair users, who may be accompanied by a carer. Call +34 93 363 25 10 to book your seat.

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Pauline

Pauline loves books, food and new discoveries. For her articles, she loves finding original and authentic places which are a treat for both the eyes and the tastebuds. Her favourite thing to do in Barcelona? Getting lost in the Old Town and soaking up its unique atmosphere... whilst enjoying the appetising smells emerging from restaurant kitchens! Is there anything better than that?