blog shbarcelona català   blog shbarcelona français   blog shbarcelona castellano   blog shbarcelona russian   blog shbarcelona russian   blog shbarcelona   blog shbarcelona   blog shbarcelona

Tibidabo Live Festival

Tibidabo Live Festival
Written by Paula

Located at the one of Barcelona’s highest mountains, Parque de Atracciones Tibidabo is one of the oldest amusement parks in the world.

barcelona festivalThe park opened in 1905 at Tibidabo, with only a few attractions like the house of mirrors and bowling. Today the park is divided into 6 levels, all of them filled with fun and exhilarating rides like the rollercoaster, flying chairs and Hotel Krüeger house of horror.

Tibidabo Live Festival

This year, Tibidabo Amusement Park will be hosting the first edition of the Tibidabo Live Festival.

Friday, during the 4th and 5th of September, there will be fourteen performances in different areas of the park.

Visitors will be able to watch shows by Belako, Ghost Numbers & His Tipsy Gypsies, Albert Cavalier, Ocellot, The Young Wait, Rafael Berrio, Eraul, House of Wolves, Pet Fennec, Black Bos red and Nina Coyote featuring Chico Tornado.

Related article: Top Events Of 2015: City Festivals

The most anticipated concerts are those of Yo La Tengo, an American indie rock band from Hoboken; and Mogwai, a Scottish post-rock band formed in Glasgow.

Tickets to the festival cost 32€ per day, if you choose the Balconera (seated area) or 40€ if you choose the Pista (space in front of the stage). Each ticket will have an additional handling fee.

Visitors can buy their tickets at Ticketmaster or Ticketea.

🎫 Do you want to visit Tibidabo? In this case, we recommend you to buy a Barcelona City Pass card. Enjoy The Tibidabo Live Festival! And get a 20% discount on the most visited tourist attractions of Barcelona, such as The Sagrada Familia and the Park Güell. No queues and 100% mobile.

barcelona festivalParque de Atracciones Tibidabo is located at Plaça Tibidabo, 3-4. Visitors can drive up to the Tibidabo-Vall d’Hebron car park then get a shuttle bus (T2B) the rest of the way to the park.

Another option is to use public transportation. Visitors can travel use lines L3 (green) or L5 (blue) of the subway to get to Vall d’Hebron, where they can take the shuttle; or take Bus Touristic (T2A) from Plaza Catalunya.

About the author


Paula is an experienced content writer, translator and editor.

Leave a Comment