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Hard Rock Rising Music Festival

Written by Paula

On the weekend of the 24th and 25th of July, Barcelona will be receiving the first edition of Hard Rock Rising, a music festival organized by the Hard Rock brand.

Hard Rock International

BarccelonaHard Rock International is a great supporter of music and emerging artists, organizing more than 28,000 live music events worldwide every year. Hard Rock Rising was an event first created in 2006, when London received what was then known as Hard Rock Calling.

Today, Hard Rock Rising has editions both in North America and Europe.

On its first edition in Barcelona, Hard Rock Rising will be featuring names like Robbie Williams, Lenny Kravitz, Kings of Leon, Juanes and Avicci.

The festival kicks off on Friday at 6:45 pm with the Osceola Brothers, followed by The Carnabys, Vetusta Morla, Lenny Kravitz, Kings of Leon, Dj Madds, ending with Steve Angello’s show at 2:45 am.

Saturday the evening begins with Spencer Battiest at 7 pm, followed by the Hard Rock Rising Battle of the Bands winner, Thalab, Juanes, Robbie Williams and Aviccii, whose show ends at 2:45 am.

Tickets cost 61€ for each day or 96€ for both. There’s also the option of buying Premium day tickets at 171€ each. The Premium ticket allows you to enter the venue without having to stand in long lines, guarantees you a seat located close to the stage, access to exclusive food and drink bars, 3 free drinks, access to a premium toilet area, a commemorative pass and branded gift.

Tickets can be bought at LiveNation.es, TicketMaster, El corte Inglés and Entradas.com.

BarccelonaHard Rock Rising will take place at Fòrum I Parc de La Pau beach. The best way to get there is by using tranvía T4 or T6, exiting at Sant Adrià, or taking the yellow line (L4) of the subway, exiting at Maresme/Fòrum.  If you are coming by train, stop at Sant Adrià.

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