Each year Barcelona is the stage for hundreds of concerts, by local and foreign artists. This fall, Barcelona is receiving two of the most iconic artists/bands in the world.
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Possibly the most famous band in the world, U2 kicked off the Innocence + Experience Tour in May with Vancouver as their first stop. During the months of September and October, the band will be touring in the United Kingdom and Europe, stopping for 4 concerts in Barcelona on the 5th, 6th, 9th and 10th of October. Regular tickets are sold out, but there are a few VIP Travel Packages left, which can be purchased in the band’s official website.
U2 will perform at Palau Sant Jordi, at Passeig Olímpic, 5-7.
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The queen of pop will start her Rebel Heart Tour in North America, stopping by cities like Montreal, Washington, New York, Quebec City, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia. From November 4th the tour will move to the United Kingdom and Europe, making its way through Germany, Spain, England, France and many other countries, stopping in Barcelona on the 24th and 25th of November. Australia and Southeast Asia are next, with concerts in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Auckland and Manila.
For her stop in Barcelona, Madonna will also perform at Palau Sant Jordi. The concerts will take place on a Wednesday and Thursday at 9 pm each night.
How to get there
To get to Palau Sant Jordi you can use several forms of public transportation.
Subway: Red (L1) or green line (L3), exiting at Espanya.
Train: FGC L8, S33, S4, S8, R5, R50, R6, R60.
Bus: 150, 13, 55.