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Nit de Mercats

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Time Out says

Welcome to the first edition of this event that mixes good food, music and art. It takes place on May 13 in three of the busiest city markets in Barcelona. Charcuteries, butcher shops, fishmongers, and fruit and veg shops from the Ninot, Sagrada Familia and Santa Caterina markets open their doors from 8pm to midnight to sell their products and offer tapas and small dishes made to order. What's more, each of the markets hosts a photo exhibition for charity with works from four Barcelona photographers: Cecilia Díaz Betz, Beatriz Janer, Magdalena Puigserver and Arkaitz Olarra. At the Night of the Markets, you'll also get live music, with the label Canada Editorial bringing in concerts and DJ sessions from various bands and artists. At the Ninot Market it's sessions from Cosmic de Alessandro (8pm) and Miqui Puig (10.30pm) as well as the live show from El Último Vecino (9.30pm). The Sagrada Familia Market hosts sessions from Tupinamba (8pm) and El Guincho (10.30pm) and live music from Extraperlo (9.30pm). And at the Santa Caterina Market you can see Joe Crepúsculo (9.30pm) play his hits live, as well as DJ sessions from Ylia (8pm) and Alizzz (10.30pm).


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