Barcelona - A Rainbow of Festivals
In the city of Barcelona there is rarely a week that does not have festivals and parties. ArtFutura is the most popular festival committed to the digital culture in Spain. It is held every year in many Spanish cities and prizes are awarded to the best animated creation by a jury. Board a flight to Barcelona and get to attend the projections and exhibitions on video games, animated films, 3D environments and much more.
The Barcelona Festival of Songs is a summer program created exclusively to promote the Latin American and Spanish Art Song collection. The main highlight of the festival is a course on the history and analysis of the Latin American and Spanish Vocal Repertoire. So buy airline tickets if you have an interest in the art song. The faculties include internationally renowned scholars, teachers and performers of the Latin American and Spanish art song genre. The participants can perform at the two final concerts. Participants are taught important features of Ibero-American culture; learn Spanish and Catalan diction. The participants are provided with their own personalized development program designed around their abilities, level and goals. So board a cheap plane and be one of them. Students and faculty members from important American and European Universities participate in this festival. It commemorates the great Catalan singer Conxita Badía who was one of the first promoters and performers of the Spanish and Latin American Art Song. The Festival is held at the Ateneu Barcelonès, a huge structure that hosts the largest cultural reserve and has the gorgeous selection of programs for the public.
Board a cheap flight to Barcelona and attend the famous annual Barcelona carnival. It is called “Carnestoltes” in Catalan. It is celebrated with several large and small events throughout the city. The big carnival parade, “La Gran Rua de la Ciutat Barcelona” or “Rua Central” has been the main event in the past years though it is now cancelled to concentrate on the historical and traditional aspects of the carnival. Still you can find several local carnival parades. The theme of the festival is to eat, drink, dance and enjoy. The celebration starts on Fat Thursday when you start to fill yourself. There are several food events and competitions in the markets all over the city. The important feature of the Spanish Carnival is “The Carnival King.”
Tens of thousands of visitors are attracted to the city for three days in July to be a part of the greatest Harley celebration. The main attraction is the Flag Parade, where over 10,000 bikes come out on the streets in an amazing display of Harley owners from across the Europe. The Parade makes its way along the grand Avenues of the city. The event is a must attend for ones having great passion for the brand, so book your cheap tickets to Barcelona if you are one of them. This totally free event includes activities including concerts, shows, demo rides and the Custom bike show. Trade stands, expos, dealers, food stalls and bars are also in attendance.