Planning a visit to the vibrant city of Barcelona this June?
Barcelona offers so much to see and do. We’ve rounded up all the top Cultural Events in Barcelona in June 2019 so you don’t miss a thing!
Primavera Sound – 30th May to 1st June
Music lovers can rock out by the sea at Primavera Sound. This indie rock festival has multiple stages and this year’s acts include James Blake, Rosalia and Primal Scream.
Where: Parc del Fòrum
Museu Picasso – Exhibition from 7th June
Home to 3,800 pieces in the permanent collection, you can uncover Picasso’s links to Barcelona; he went to the School of Fine Arts at the age of 13, and returned many times. Then explore the exhibition Picasso, Photographer’s Gaze that lets you see him anew via the photographers he let into his creative space.
Where: Metro Jaume I
The Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya 2019 – 14th to 16th June
Calling all petrol-heads!
Get set to watch Jorge Lorenzo in pole position on his Ducati bike screech off in his 275th Motorcycle Grand Prix.
Where: Montmelo, 25km northeast of Barcelona
The Bonfires of Saint John (Las Hogueras de San Juan) – 23rd June
Brace yourself for Spain’s biggest outdoor party. The Bonfires of Saint John come from a solstice tradition of lighting fires to ward off evil spirits. Today it’s an all night party like no other. You can head to Barceloneta beach for bonfires and fireworks and then hit the bars. The metro runs all night to get you home, too.
Where: various venues
Visit: Barcelona Tourist Guide
Música als Parcs – Throughout June
Soak up some culture and cool off in the shade of one of Barcelona’s prettiest parks. Free jazz concerts take place on Wednesdays and Fridays at 10pm by the fountain. Bliss!
Where: Ciutadella Park
Magic Nights Concerts – Throughout June
Enjoy live music at an open air concert on the roof terrace of Casa Batllo, Gaudi’s whimsical masterpiece. Choose between flamenco, classical, jazz, rock or pop and take in the magical surroundings.
Where: Casa Batllo
Festival Jardins Pedralbes – Throughout June
Set in the lush grounds of Pedralbes Palace, this multi-night festival of individual concerts at the Palau Reial is host to big names including Mariah Carey and Carla Bruni.
Where: Palau Reial
Pride Barcelona – 28th & 29th June 2019
Grab your rainbow flags and take part in the most colourful party in town, Gay Pride Barcelona. You can strut your stuff at the parade, boogie to international DJs, cheer along drag queen galas and much more.
Where: various venues
Football Legends Charity Match – 30th June
Barça legends Rivaldo, Giuly and Ronaldinho take to the pitch for an epic charity match against Manchester United legends.
Where: Camp Nou Football Stadium
Learn Spanish in Barcelona
Take the opportunity to combine pleasant with useful by learning Spanish while enjoying the city’s cultural treasures. One of the best way to learn Spanish is to immerse yourself in the language and unique culture of the Iberian Peninsula. We call this combination a learning holiday.
Effective full immersion programs at your Spanish teacher’s house
Study Spanish in the morning and enjoy the city’s boundless culture the rest of the day.
We’ll help you learn Spanish fast and effectively. We personalise all our programs so that you can make considerable progress in a very short time. Our Spanish courses are ideal for young learners, university students, adults and professionals and perfectly designed for individuals, couples (or 2 friends), and families. Our 1 week minimum programs include 3 private lessons in the morning, full-board accommodation and cultural activities.
Cultura Lingua International specialises in delivering high quality, personalised immersion language and cultural programs in unique parts of the world. Please follow this link to learn more about our effective Spanish courses in Spain or simply get in touch with us, we’d love to connect with you.
Cultural Events in Barcelona in June 2019
This is a simplified guide we have compiled for you. There are naturally many more events and activities offered in and around Barcelona in June 2019. You can learn more by visiting Barcelona Tourist Board’s website.