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What's On In Barcelona | Weekend 25-27 March 2016

What's On In Barcelona | Weekend 25-27 March 2016

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Updated: 5 April 2016
Discover the diversity of exciting cultural things to do this weekend in Barcelona with the help of our weekend guide. We bring the best of events, concerts and festivals to your doorsteps!


CINEMA | Multiple VO Cinemas

Friday – Sunday

If you would like to start your weekend with a great cinematic experience, head down to one of the many VO cinemas in Barcelona showing the latest Oscar – winning films or take a look at the program at Cinema Phenomena, featuring both new releases as well as classics in their original language.

FOOD  |  Nightlife

Friday – Sunday

Fancy a great cocktail, a local craft beer or a fantastic glass of wine while in town? Check our articles on best bars in the upcoming Sant Antoni district, find out where to head out for a tasty brew or discover some of Barelona’s best wine bars.

Courtesy of Bitter Bar

Courtesy of Bitter Bar


MUSIC  |  Lang Lang

Thur 24th and Sat 26th March

Don’t miss your chance to hear world-renowned Chinese concert-pianist Lang Lang playing in Barcelona, including chamber music pieces by Chopin, Bach and Tchaikovsky.

ART   |   Romanesque Portraits exhibition by América Sánchez

Thu 28th Jan – Mon 28th March

The exhibition presents a contemporary look on the romanesque art collection of the National Art Museum of Catalonia(MNAC), through the artistic talent of América Sánchez.

MUSIC   |   Barcelona Gipsy balKan Orchestra (BGKO)

Sat 26th March

The BGKO may be a regular act on the stages of Barcelona, but that’s no reason to miss out on this chance to dance the night away to the rhythm of this Balkan and klezmer-inspired seven-piece band.


FOOD   |  Brunch

What would be a more pleasant way to start the day during a long weekend than treating yourself to one of the best brunches in town?

Courtesy of La Esquina

Courtesy of La Esquina

ART   |  Museums

Barcelona is truly a city of art and creativity. Whether it’s classical art or the modern and contemporary kind, the city covers it all. We have compiled a list of the Top 10 museums in Barcelona – surely something for every taste! And if you’re keen on saving a few euros, entrance to The National Museum is free of charge on Saturday afternoons.