With the arrival of good weather and spring also come the activities in Barcelona. Here you have a good selection of things to do in Barcelona from exhibitions, plays, concerts and much more...
Cirque du Solei in Barcelona: Tickets are now available to enjoy the beautiful show of Cirque du Solei presenting "Luzia''. This time they are inspired by the people, customs, and history of the main places in Mexico.
This version will be full of magic, colors, visual surprises, and spectacular acrobatic numbers. The event will be available until April 10, 2022, and you can get tickets for 45€ at District Cultural de L'Hospitalet.
Billy Elliot Musical: One of the most exciting shows in the world comes to Barcelona that tells the story of young Billy Elliot, raised by his widowed father who tries to instill in him a taste for boxing, but to no avail.
For his part, Billy is captivated by ballet and against all odds will fight to achieve his dream. An ideal event to enjoy with the family. You can find tickets for 25,83€ at Teatre Victòria. Available until May 08, 2022.
Helloween concert in Barcelona: Next Saturday, April 2nd the epic metal band Helloween will perform at Sant Jordi Club. Tickets are already available and you can find them for 60€ at Ticketmaster.
Morcheeba concert in Barcelona: Next Saturday, April 2nd you can enjoy all the music and style of Morcheeba at Razzmatazz 1 in Barcelona. Hurry up because tickets are already sold out! You can find them for 29, 70€.
Celebration of Sant Jordi in a "literary super villa'': This 2022 celebration of Sant Jordi will recover the pre-pandemic normality, being the epicenter of the celebration between Gran Via and Avenida Diagonal, Pau Claris, and Balmes.
As is tradition, Paseo de Gracia will be filled with bookstores and flower shops. Likewise, in the Rambla de Cataluña will also be installed associations and organizations.
Do not miss this beautiful commemoration of the patron saint of Catalonia, Sant Jordi, a day full of magic, love, and literature. The event will be held on the eve of April 21 and 22.