Look out for the fourth edition of this free outdoor music festival you'll find all around the Poblenou neighbourhood. With over 30 concerts on for more than 12 hours, Inaudit 2019 fills Poblenou with live music on Saturday, June 8 in two sections: Inaudit In and Inaudit Out. From 9am to midnight, the neighbourhood's streets and squares are a party for those who live and work in the area, but of course all are invited.
Inaudit In is on during the day, with concerts programmed by local businesses, who also offer other activities inside and outside of their work spaces from the time the doors open. This year there's also Inaudit Kids, a series of things to do for children on from 10am to 6pm. Later, from 6.30pm to 10pm it's Inaudit Out, featuring four open-air spaces and as many bands bringing music and dance to all the corners of Poblenou.
Seventies-style funk and African beats come to you from BCN Afrobeats; the Big Pocket Orchestra brings notes of folk-jazz; Le Pink Tzigane takes the stage with their jazz manouche; and the Orquestra Basarab takes us on a journey with their Balkan sound.
The folks from Fadunito, entertainers for families and kids, appear with the musicians during the Out programme so the little ones have fun too. The four bands will play a concert in each of the spaces located in the street in Plaça de la Biblioteca Manuel Arranz, C/Joncar (between the Rambla del Poblenou and C/ Marià Aguiló), the Ludoteca (on the Rambla de Poblenou) and Plaça de Can Felipa, where the Swing Maniacs Poblenou dancers invite you to move your feet along with them.
This year the party doesn't stop when the bands finish playing, but DJ Grounchoo and the Balkan Party! take over to keep it going until midnight, right there in Plaça de Can Felipa.