Primavera Sound Barcelona 2015

Primavera Sound Barcelona 2015


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Primavera Sound is back in May 2015 for it's fifteenth year with tickets on sale now. Back at it's home of Parc Del Forum situated at the coast with some stages on the beach, the friendly festival creates a nice atmosphere to soak up the music on offer.

Primavera Sound offers six outdoor stages and one of the biggest auditoriums in Europe. With events throughout Barcelona for the week surrounding the festival, this is more like a massive summer party than the usual festival.

You can get a free ticket for the Heineken Hidden Stage. Ask from 5:00pm at the information desk of the Parc Del Forum site on the day of each concert. It will be on a one ticket per person per concert basis until full capacity is reached.

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Heineken Hidden Stage

Also Appearing

Sunday 31st May



Battles appearing at this event

From Brooklyn, New York, Battles are an angular and highly experimental band concisting of John Stanier (drums) of Helmet and Tomahawk and Ian Williams (guitar/lkeyboards) of Don Caballero and Storm & Stress. Together they push the sonic limits of how conventional instruments and electronics meld. Their reputation as some of the most skilled and innovative musicians of their time has helped to garner them a worldwide audience. Battles has been anything but a conventional band. As result of its constant forward-momentum – musically and conceptually – Battles albums have placed the band amongst the most innovative of Warp Records' roster. Battles stand out on their own more than ever as THE band that can unite techno lovers, progressive rock aficionados and experimental enthusiasts of all stripes.

See Battles tour dates

The Pastels

Legendary Scottish indie band.

See 2 tour dates featuring The Pastels

The Vaselines

The Vaselines appearing at this event

Formed in 1986, Glasgow's The Vaselines were one of a core group of artists who founded the Scottish post-rock sound in the late eighties and early nineties. Described by Kurt Cobain as his 'most favourite songwriters in the whole world', The Vaselines gained cult-status for their Nirvana-covered tracks Son Of A Gun, Molly's Lips and Jesus Don't Want Me For A Sunbeam.

See The Vaselines tour dates