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Festivalet 2016

  • Things to do, Markets and fairs

Time Out says

The Festivalet, an independent fair selling products that are either handmade or made on a small scale, is celebrating its ninth edition in Barcelona. They're back to give space for artisans and designers to show off their works, and to provide a space where you can find materials and publications related to crafts, and an area dedicated to companies in the field. You'll also be able to get a bite to eat while you take a break from shopping.

Over 100 stalls are setting up shop, where you can find brands including French ceramics Dodo Toucan; rag dolls from Lauvely; responsive objects from Living Things; Martín Andiñach's photography studio, which specialises in the collodion wet plate process; notebooks from design studio Menú Compartido; Rooftop Smokehouse's first line of packaged smoked products; and ice cream from Ice Roll BCN, which are made on the spot.  


Opening hours:
Sat, Sun 11am-8pm. Sat 10am-11am for industry professionals only.
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