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Barcelona is music. And B-Hotel brings you straight to it.
Relax and listen!

  • Venues near B-Hotel:

Palau Sant Jordi (Passeig Olímpic, 5-7)
Designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, specially for the Olympic Games of 1992, this covered, multi-functional performance space is located on Montjuïc, built to host all sorts of concerts and special events, and can accommodate up to 24,000 audience members.

Sant Jordi Club
This recently renovated medium-sized concert hall is one of the city’s premier musical venues. It used to be the Sala Barcelona ’92, part of the Palau Sant Jordi.

Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium (Passeig Olímpic, 17-19)
Once the setting for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 1992 Olympic Games, this is by far the top choice for all sorts of special events, and can accommodate 70,000 spectators.

Barcelona Musical Theater - BTM (Joaquim Blume, s/n)
Formerly the city’s principal sports venue, this space was remodeled in 2001. The qualities of its acoustics and structural dimensions make it perfect for musical performances of particular intensity.

Poble Espanyol (Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13)
Since it was first built in 1929, Poble Espanyol has remained a very special space in Barcelona. Its life-size emulation of a small Spanish village allows it to foster a truly unique atmosphere wherein arts, leisure, and culture play a key role.

Sala Apolo (Nou de la Rambla 111-113)
This is one of Barcelona’s most famous and fabled nightlife venues. With over 25 years of history, the space currently functions as both a concert hall and dance club. A second, adjacent venue, la [2], opened just last year.

  • Festivals

Primavera Sound: This festival was founded in 2000 in order to feature both independent and well-known, popular musicians. It welcomes musical performances of many styles and genres, though its focus is mainly on pop, rock, and electronic music. The festival is held over the course of days in May. (www.primaverasound.com)

Sónar: Since 1994, this International Festival of Advanced Music and Multimedia Art is held in Barcelona every year, over the course of three days in June. (www.sonar.es)

Festival Grec: Thus festival brings the best performances in theater, music, dance, and circus arts to the amphitheater of Barcelona, located on Montjuïc. (http://grec.bcn.cat/)

BAM stands for "Barcelona Action Musical." It’s an independent music festival celebrated during the city’s La Mercè festivities, and features various concerts, some of them free. (http://www.bcn.es/bam)

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Barcelona is music. And B-Hotel brings you straight to it.
Relax and listen!

  • Venues near B-Hotel:

Palau Sant Jordi (Passeig Olímpic, 5-7)
Designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, specially for the Olympic Games of 1992, this covered, multi-functional performance space is located on Montjuïc, built to host all sorts of concerts and special events, and can accommodate up to 24,000 audience members.

Sant Jordi Club
This recently renovated medium-sized concert hall is one of the city’s premier musical venues. It used to be the Sala Barcelona ’92, part of the Palau Sant Jordi.

Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium (Passeig Olímpic, 17-19)
Once the setting for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 1992 Olympic Games, this is by far the top choice for all sorts of special events, and can accommodate 70,000 spectators.

Barcelona Musical Theater - BTM (Joaquim Blume, s/n)
Formerly the city’s principal sports venue, this space was remodeled in 2001. The qualities of its acoustics and structural dimensions make it perfect for musical performances of particular intensity.

Poble Espanyol (Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13)
Since it was first built in 1929, Poble Espanyol has remained a very special space in Barcelona. Its life-size emulation of a small Spanish village allows it to foster a truly unique atmosphere wherein arts, leisure, and culture play a key role.

Sala Apolo (Nou de la Rambla 111-113)
This is one of Barcelona’s most famous and fabled nightlife venues. With over 25 years of history, the space currently functions as both a concert hall and dance club. A second, adjacent venue, la [2], opened just last year.

  • Festivals

Primavera Sound: This festival was founded in 2000 in order to feature both independent and well-known, popular musicians. It welcomes musical performances of many styles and genres, though its focus is mainly on pop, rock, and electronic music. The festival is held over the course of days in May. (www.primaverasound.com)

Sónar: Since 1994, this International Festival of Advanced Music and Multimedia Art is held in Barcelona every year, over the course of three days in June. (www.sonar.es)

Festival Grec: Thus festival brings the best performances in theater, music, dance, and circus arts to the amphitheater of Barcelona, located on Montjuïc. (http://grec.bcn.cat/)

BAM stands for "Barcelona Action Musical." It’s an independent music festival celebrated during the city’s La Mercè festivities, and features various concerts, some of them free. (http://www.bcn.es/bam)

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