The roof of the Gaudí building hosts concerts of different styles, and with the same entrance you can visit the structure.
To be able to enjoy open-air concerts one night in July under the sky of Barcelona. But also, to do it in such a special and iconic place as the rooftop of the Casa Batlló, one of the most emblematic buildings that Antoni Gaudí left us, and that, with the same ticket, you can visit this structure of the Paseo de Gràcia with an augmented reality SmartGuide. And as a cherry on top, you can have a drink with views of the illuminated city. It may seem like a dream, but you have a lot of possibilities to make it come true this month of July: every afternoon from Wednesday to Sunday, and twice as much, the iconic UNESCO World Heritage building will host the Magic Nights.
Another ingredient that makes these nights attractive is the variety of musical styles you can choose from. You will find everything from funk by Peter Gynt & The Suites to flamenco by Luna Llena, blues and soul by Carmen Porcar, rumba and the boleros by La Mar de Rumba, swing and pop by Lexter, or jazz and swing by Summer Lovers. Among the ten artists there will also be a tribute band to Elvis Presley - Al Sánchez & The Speedway Runners -, Marga Mbande's afro-soul, Gigi McFarlane's folk and soul, and Gisela Novais' swing and jazz.
Check out all the programming here.
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