It's 'calçot' season, and if you don't know what that means, get yourself to Poble Espanyol to find out and get in on the Catalan tradition of a 'calçotada', which is a big feast based around calçots (Catalan relatives of the leek, served barbecued and with romesco dipping sauce). All ages are invited to strap on a big and get a good serving of calçots and romesco, bread, drinks, and the option of barbecued 'botifarra' sausage as well. You'll also find a gastronomy market and you can do a wine tasting of D.O. Penedès varieties. Tradition and local culture are also on tap for the day with a dance of 'gegants' (giants), 'castells' (human towers), stick dances, 'sardana' dancing, a parade, a crafts workshop, and face painting. You'll also get to dance to Catalan rumba brought to you by Els Delai.