There are so many things to do in Barcelona this October, it can be hard to organize your agenda! Here’s a list of 15 to help out, but there are plenty more things going on around you. Check out the Sharify app for more great ideas!
1. Guided visits to La Model
When: Different hours depending on the day, both mornings and afternoons.
Where: Entença Street 155, Barcelona
What: This year the Model reopens its doors offering guided tours for all citizens giving the opportunity to learn more about the history, the ideas that inspired La Model design and a review of the history of the equipment.
2. 48H Open House 2019
When: Saturday 26 and Sunday October 27, 2019, consult schedules of each building.
Where: Rambla de Catalunya 87, Barcelona.
What: In a totally free way, more than 200 buildings of all kinds, shape and size open their doors to offer the opportunity to experience the architecture in an exceptional way and allow to understand the value of a well-built space that is normally closed to the public.
3. Cruïlla de Tardor
When: From October 24 to November 29, 2019 in hours for each concert.
Where: Different scenarios depending on the concert we want to attend.
What: Different artists go to Barcelona to give us the opportunity to not have to wait for the summer to enjoy the Cruïlla! Go fast to your webpage if you do not want to stay without tickets, some are already sold out!
4. ”La tienda de los horrores”
When: From October 16 to November 17, with different schedules depending on the day.
Where: Coliseum Theater, Gran Via de las Corts Catalanes, 595.
What: The impossible love story between Seymour and Audrey gives an unexpected turn with the appearance of a mysterious plant that can turn desires into reality. Life in the neighborhood of Skid Row is about to change forever!
5. Voll-Damm Jazz Festival Barcelona 2019
When: From October 19 to February 28, 2019 at different times.
Where: Different scenarios depending on the show.
What: A cluster of activities, from free concerts, master classes in charge of first figures, conferences, meetings with artists … offer us multiple options to enjoy the good music and passion for jazz during the celebration of the event.
6. Quim Masferrer: ”Bona Gent”
When: From September 26 to December 8, with different schedules for each day.
Where: Club Capitol, La Rambla 138, Barcelona.
What: For only € 23 Quim Masferrer has created a unique and impossible show to repeat where the public is the protagonist, who will write the argument of this experience.
7. Starfans/ Sant Antoni Wars
When: Saturday 26 and Sunday October 27, 2019
Where: Mercat de Sant Antoni, Eixample
What: Starfans is the free gathering of geeks and lovers of the 80’s biggest movies in Barcelona. There is a large repertoire of activities, such as parades of the characters of the different series or movies, art fans, fighting sessions with lightsabers, recreational games, areas of retro video games …
8. Performing arts at Casa Elizalde
When: From Thursday, October 24 to Thursday, November 28, 2019
Where: Casa Elizalde, Calle València 302, Eixample, Barcelona
What: This proposal for performing arts shows from Casa Elizalde, which includes dance, theater and much more, is presented free of charge.
In the heart of Barcelona, Casa Elizalde programs a performing arts cycle so that we always have a good proposal to see.
9. Messi10 by Cirque du Soleil
When: From October 10 to November 10, 2019. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 9pm. Saturdays at 17 and 21h. Sunday at 6:00 p.m.
Where: Plaça del Fòrum, 1, Barcelona
What: Messi10 celebrates the legacy of the player and highlights the cultural wealth that is one of the most popular sports in the world. It will seek to inspire people through the show to find the 10 that we all have inside.
10. Game of Thrones exhibition in Barcelona
When: From October 28 to March 11, 2019. From Tuesday to Thursday from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Where: Maritime Museum of Barcelona, Av. de las Drassanes, s / n, Barcelona.
What: Thanks to a unique combination of surroundings, interactive spaces and multimedia content, visitors can enjoy an experience in the mythical lands of Poniente and Essos, and revive the trials and tribulations of the nobles and the people, who fight for Survive the shadow of the Throne of Iron.
11. ”El jovencito Frankenstein”
When: From October 16 to November 30, with different schedules depending on the day.
Where: Tívoli Theater, Calle Caspe, 8.
What: A fun play that tells the story of young doctor Frederick Frankenstein with a renewed mood and a spectacular staging capable of reliving a dead … literally.
12. Science party 2019
When: Saturday 26 and Sunday October 27, 2019
Where: Pg. Lluís Companys, 2, Ciutat Vella, Barcelona
What: The Parque de la Ciutadella offers us one more year workshops, demonstrations, itineraries and circuits, artistic installations, shows and talks of specialists during the weekend with at least 200 informative activities of science and technology.
13. The tunnel of terror 2019: The tunnel of time
When: Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 8:00 p.m.
Where: Via Barcino, 55, Trinitat Vella, Barcelona
What: The facilities of the Via Barcino Space are transformed into the surroundings of Halloween in a spectacular tunnel of terror where nothing is what it seems. 1000 square meters dedicated to a disturbing machine of time.
14. ‘’ The prophecy ’’ in Tibidabo
When: From Saturday, October 26 to Sunday, November 3, 2019
Where: Plaça del Tibidabo, 3-4, Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, Barcelona
What: Tibidabo Park has to carry out activities during this time, bringing the new horror show ‘The prophecy’, a performance for children from 8 years that will be starring actors and actresses of the Hotel Krüeger. You dare?
15. God Save the Queen Barcelona
When: October 26, 2019
Where: Paseo Olímpico 5-7, Barcelona.
What: A journey without respite for the QUEEN race, from 1973 to 1995, with themes to get excited as Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You or We Are The Champions.
Consecrated as never before, the band assumed new challenges, shared scenarios with artists of the magnitude of Aerosmith, The Verve, Erasure, and playing for more diverse audiences, bringing Queen’s music to the masses as it was Freddie Mercury’s wish. “