A summer of magic at Tibidabo

The new season at the Tibidabo Amusement Park gets under way with a new attraction and a new show, as well as a series of magic shows and musical performances. Opening hours are also being extended in August, with the park closing at 11 pm.

25/06/2018 18:38 h

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New this season

As from 1 August, the park will be offering a new laser show inspired by the history of film. The audio-visual show will be performed in Plaça dels Somnis and covers the evolution of film genres over time, with projections, music, laser harps and sprays of colour.

August also brings the inauguration of the Castell de Contes, an attraction for young and old alike promoting stories as intellectual and emotional heritage. The new attraction is an addition to the 34 existing attractions at the park.

Tibidabo Màgic

Weekends in July fill the park with tricks and games as part of Tibidabo Màgic, a programme of magic shows now in its seventh season running in the park.

  • Ploraràs… de riure” (30 June and 14 and 15 July)
    Nani the magician blends magic and humour in a dynamic and participatory show full of tricks with doves, handkerchiefs and playing cards.
  • Andrew i la bossa màgica” (1 July)
    Magician Toni Cors gives life to Andrew, a mysterious character whose magic bag helps him stay young despite being 100 years old.
  • Jo, Xicana” (7 and 8 July)
    La Xicana is a clown who tries to perform magic but always gets it wrong. Magician Anna Montserrat delves us into a work of smiles, tenderness and innocence.
  • Encara belluga” (21 and 22 July)
    Magic, humour and improvisation are the ingredients for this magic show by the magician Montserrat Escopinya.
  • Potadecabra” (28 and 29 July)
    Using bags of crisps, sweets, plastic bottles and colour pens the magician Felix Brunet brings a show of highly visual games to life, bringing magic closer to children of all ages.

Parties and concerts

The Fundació Ramon Martí Bonet is organising a celebration on 7 July to raise funds for the project ‘Visió per a tothom a Catalunya’, an initiative guaranteeing the right to visual health of the most vulnerable collectives. Admission prices will be discounted on the day and solidarity sunglasses given out.

The park will also be the scene for musical performances, such as the gospel concert on 15 July and the Coral Voces concert on 22 July. The same month also sees the 22nd anniversary of the Hotel Krueger, one of the main attractions in the park.

Summer opening hours

From 27 June to 31 July and from 1 to 9 September:

  • Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 11 am to 9 pm.
  • Saturdays, from 11 am to 11 pm.
  • Sundays, from 11 am to 10 pm.
  • Mondays and Tuesdays closed.

From 1 to 31 August:

  • Mondays to Sundays, from 11 am to 11 pm.

Check out all opening times here.

 

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