It's become tradition that the weekend after Carnival is the Ravalstoltada, the most emblematic costume party in the Old City that celebrates its 15th edition this year. Businesses, associations, collectives, and residents of the Raval neighbourhood take to the streets to show off the different cultures and faces of the neighbourhood with a big party. Things kick off at 1pm with a neighbourhood paella lunch. Then at 4pm, groups gather in the Plaça de Folch i Torres for a 4.30pm start to the parade, which heads along the Rambla del Raval, as well as the following streets: Hospital, La Rambla, Nou de la Rambla, Sant Oleguer, Sant Pau and Reina Amalia, ending up where it set off. In the same spot, from the end of the parade, the Ravalstoltada comes to an end with a big 'batucada' drum performance.