After its ten previous editions in Barcelona, Festival Jardins de Pedralbes 2023 (or Pedralbes Festival) will take place during the last few weeks of July. From now on it will be called the ALMA Festival. The location will change as well, as from this year the venue for the festival is Poble Espanyol. ShBarcelona will share which artists will perform at the festival, and we will also give you the most important details to experience this unique music event.
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The festival: when and where?
Festival de Pedralbes 2023 will take place from 11 July to 27 July. There will be concerts every day, except for 21, 22 and 24 July.
The event’s location is Poble Espanyol, and this is an absolutely incredible venue located on Montjuic mountain. It is not only an idyllic location, but also a natural setting, all while not having to leave Barcelona. Within a matter of minutes you can be in the city centre again.
Village de Alma in Poble Espanyol
El Village (or: the village) is a space within Poble Espanyol and it is especially designed for an optimal experience during the ALMA Festival. Its charme is its green surroundings. It’s the perfect location to enjoy a concert and discover new talent.
The inviting ambiance of El Village consists of picturesque architecture, and it will stimulate the senses and provide for many unforgettable moments during Pedralbes Festival. Besides music there is, of course, food. But it doesn’t end there, because there will be many other activities to complement the festival experience.
Festival Jardins de Pedralbes 2023 Program
The list below shows artists and bands that have already confirmed their presence for the Pedralbes Festival. Check who will be performing on what date:
- 11 July: Fito Páez
- 12 July: Chris Isaak
- 13 July: LP
- 14 July: Jacob Collier
- 15 July: Zahara + Delaporte
- 16 July: Anastacia
- 17 July: Bastille
- 18 July: Gustavo Santaolalla
- 19 July: Guitarricadelafuente
- 20 July: Los Palmeras + Chico Trujillo + Guacamayo Tropical DJ’s
- 23 July: Soft Cell
- 25 July: Toquinho & Camilla Faustino
- 26 July: M-Clan + Seguridad Social
- 27 July: Goran Bregović + Balkan Paradise Orchestra
Most of the concerts will start at 21:30h, and the doors will open at 19:30h, except for the following artists:
|Day||Artist||Doors open at||Concert starts at|
|15 July||Zahara + Delaport||19:00h||20:30h|
|20 July||Los Palmeras + Chico Trujillo + Guacamayo Tropical DJ’s||19:00h||20h|
|26 July||M-Clan + Seguridad Social||19:00h||20:30h|
|27 July||Goran Bregović + Balkan Paradise Orchestra||19:00h||20:30h|
How to get to Festival de Pedralbes 2023?
Are you curious about what the best way is to get to the festival location? We will give you a few options on how to travel to Poble Espanyol to go and enjoy the music as fast as possible:
- Metro: You can choose between the L1, L3 and L8 (FGC) and will exit at the stop Plaça Espanya. This is within 10 minutes of Poble Espanyol.
- Bus: Lines 109, 150, H12, H16 and L95 will bring you closest to the venue’s entrance.
- Train: Another option is taking the train. Choose between the R1, R2 Nord and R4 and get off at the stop Estación de Sants.
- Other options: You can use Bicing, taxis or other (private) means of transport to reach Poble Espanyol.
Information on tickets and accommodation
Entry tickets for the concerts are being sold through its official channel. There is no combined ticket, so you will have to buy a ticket for every artist that you would like to see.
You can find accommodation close by the festival’s venue, which can be ideal, but you can also select another neighbourhood in Barcelona to enjoy more of what the city has to offer.
Don’t miss this new edition of the Festival de Pedralbes 2023. Some of the most famous artists and most popular indie music can be experienced during the festival. It will be an unforgettable event on a new festival location.