25 Apr Barcelona in December
December is starting in Barcelona and you might think: “What can I do in Barcelona in december?”, so we gathered some of the events that are happening this month in the city. Enjoy Barcelona during every month of the year!
The Shopping Night Barcelona
This December, Passeig de Gràcia transforms into a runway for its annual late night of shopping. In fact, the Shopping Night was launched five years ago. It follows the format of the international ‘Fashion Night Out’ event created by Vogue. Back for its sixth edition, Passeig de Gràcia, will be transformed into a magical spectacle. Over 100 shops, hotels and restaurants will participate, and the festive celebration extends onto the streets themselves..
This year, a joint project by the Liceu and the Royal Artistic Circle will bring the magic of Shakespeare classics, such as The Tempest and Romeo and Juliet, to life along Barcelona’s most stylish street. Whether you want to treat yourself to an early present, or you have a long gift list to get through, make the most of the discounts and promotions on offer. And don’t forget to take a breath between shops to enjoy the celebrations by moonlight—the perfect way to kick-start your Christmas shopping.
More information here.
Concert de Sant Esteve – Orfeó Català choir Christmas concert
Celebrate the first 100 years of this traditional Concert of St. Stephen. The family of the Catalan Choral Society presents once again the Concert Hall to enjoy the holidays. A beloved annual event.
It will take place on the 26th of December starting at 19:00. The prices are around €20-55.
Circo Raluy in Barcelona
Inside the tent from the Circo Raluy, you can enjoy the magic of the fantastic world of the circus. Shown here with all the intensity that gives the proximity, the big tent of the Raluy is small. Watch it closely to enjoy without the pitfalls of the spectacle of this year: the daring trends of Emily and Niedziela. You will also see the fineness of the air number of Jean Christophe de Beauchamp and Kerry Raluy.
It will take place starting Friday, the 4th of December 2015, and it will end on Sunday, the 14th of February 2016 at Moll de la Fusta.
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