Primavera Sound is fast becoming one of Barcelona's most popular music festivals. It has a growing reputation for offering one of the most innovative and forward-thinking line-ups in Europe. This is a festival for true music aficionados.
I have attended Primavera Sound for the last three years running and have decided that it's about time that somebody provided answers to all of the practical questions relating to the festival. If you're coming to Primavera, it's useful to get clued up on the basics before you arrive. There's nothing worse than standing in a ticket queue for an hour whilst your favourite band are playing, before being told that you were in the wrong queue all along!
This page will provide a general overview to Primavera Sound Music Festival, with news on the line-up, advice on how and where to buy tickets, how to get to and from the Primavera Sound site, accommodation information and some tips on where to eat.
Primavera Sound is located in an area called the 'Forum'. The most distinguishing feature of the area is the famous blue building called 'Barcelona Fórum' that sits at the heart of the area. You cannot miss it - it is designed to look like a large sponge and is bright blue with mirrored sections.
PRIMAVERA SOUND 2016 DAY TICKETS:
- Until the festival: 80€ or until sold out- Box office: 90€ (in case of sold out at the previous batch there won't be available at box office)
The sales points of the day tickets are Ticketmaster and Portal Primavera Sound.
Also on sale in La Botiga del Primavera Sound (C/ Ases, 1 Barcelona) that can be bought physically until they sell out.
Important: Refunds are not accepted excepting in cases specified in tickets' general conditions.* Distribution costs are not included in the price of the tickets.