Our editors' selection of the best galleries, concerts, gigs, cafés, restaurants, bars, clubs, films and more that you won't want to miss this Saturday in Barcelona.
Enjoy the fruit of a collaboration between monthly market Eat Stret and the Mercat de la Terra Slow Food market, which takes place every Saturday in the Tres Chimeneas park in Poble-sec. Parallel Markets sets up in the same spot – Tres Chimeneas – on April 28 from 10am to 11pm, where you'll spend a day in the street at a festival of sustainable gastronomy. Chefs and restaurants show up in the neighbourhood and connect with small local producers. The result? Street food abounds, all made with quality local products.
Barcelona is one of the first cities to host the World Press Photo 2018, an exhibition where the winning photographs of the prestigious photojournalism prize are shown, and ours is also one of the few cities that exhibit the winning works of the Digital Narrative competition. The 14th edition of the World Press Photo exhibition is on at the CCCB, featuring the 134 winning photographs and a programme of parallel activities and guided tours to make the experience even better.
For the fifth consecutive year the Plaza Mayor in Barcelona's Poble Espanyol is being transformed into a traditional German Biergarten. You'll find a wide variety and types of beers and a long list of treats to eat including frankfurts, bratwurst, German potato salad, pretzels... And it's not only about beer and food – there will also be activities for all, competitions, and home-beer-making workshops. All accompanied by DJ sessions and live music. And if you have kids, feel free to bring them along, as there will also be fun for the little ones.
Barcelona welcomes this first edition of the Nomad Festival, a travelling event that's already stopped in other spots around Catalonia and now sets up temporarily in the capital city from April 28 to May 1 at Nau Bostik. This is a festival for everyone that brings together various cultural disciplines in one outdoor space. You'll find design, gastronomy, fashion, music, theatre, workshops and games for all ages.
Looking for something different and fun to do in Barcelona? Arte Bar offers no-experience-required painting parties in their studio. Join in on your own and meet new people or bring some friends and do something creative and fun together. Choose from six paintings and book your spot. Your instructor will walk you through the painting step-by-step, while you enjoy some local wine, beer or soft drinks. At the end of the night you'll leave with your finished painting and a memorable experience. Arte Bar also hosts private parties for a variety of occasions.