Music in the Parks

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  • Public at a concert of The Sey Sisters at the park of la Barceloneta
  • Portrait of Eva Fernández
  • Grand finale concert to the 2018 edition of Music in the Parks, at the Parc del Clot
  • The Sey Sisters singing on an open-air stage
  • A group of people on a guided visit at the Laberint d'Horta park
  • An orchestra plays in front of the public at a park
  • Public listening to an orchestra at a concert at a park

2020 Edition

The Music in the Parks cycle was attended by 2,500 people

The Music in the Parks cycle, celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2020, was held in August and was attended by 2,500 people. Given the exceptional situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Barcelona City Council organised a shortened edition of the cycle, with all the current safety measures in force, to bring quality music to all audiences and boost the possibilities of parks as community and leisure spaces during the summer evenings and nights.

This series of free summer concerts in the city’s parks and gardens included a variety of music various, including classical and jazz.

This year’s edition held eight concerts in two of the city’s parks: the Joan Maragall Gardens (Palauet Albèniz) and Park Güell.

In order to reassure the public with regard to Covid-19, the following safety measures were taken:

  • Only those people who have a prior booking will be admitted to the concerts.
  • Capacity will be limited. Spectators will be placed according to the available capacity.
  • Entry to, and exit from, each space must take place gradually and in accordance with the ushers’ instructions.
  • Face masks must be worn at all times.
  • The distance between seats is in compliance with safety requirements.
  • A safety distance of 1.5 metres must be observed in all queues.
  • The toilets and furniture of the show are guaranteed to be disinfected.
  • You will find a hand sanitiser dispenser at the entrance.
  • If you think you may have symptoms of Covid-19 or you have been in contact with someone who has been diagnosed with it, please stay at home.

2020 Edition

The Music in the Parks cycle was attended by 2,500 people

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