Twenty performing arts and music shows filled the central section of the square over a period of twelve days, catering for all types of audiences and attracting over 18,000 people. At the same time, the sixth edition of the Responsible Consumption Fair for the Social and Solidarity Economy drew nearly 19,000 visitors.
The Christmas Festival was held in Plaça de Catalunya from 19 to 30 December, with a programme divided into three time bands and requiring spectators to register in advance. The mornings offered family shows, afternoons performing arts and music shows, and the evenings a contemporary version of A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, performed by the Insectotròpics company and attracting some 4,500 spectators in all.
This year brought the sixth edition of the Responsible Consumption Fair for the Social and Solidarity Economy, which was adapted to ensure health and hygiene measures and featured fewer stalls and a limited visitor capacity. Some 45 companies, artisans and entities took part, promoting responsible local consumption.