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What to do this November in Barcelona

Discover what to do in Barcelona with the arrival of November. Here we show you the best plans.

Taking into account the current situation, the culture sector can be affected and, although all the plans we propose in this article are currently confirmed, we ask you to consult them and make sure before making them.

1. Curtcircuit

This November we will continue enjoying the local groups and artists that we like the most thanks to Curtcircuit. This is a project promoted by the Association of Concert Halls of Catalonia (ASACC). It aims to promote local music and facilitate concerts by emerging groups. 

We receive this month of November with collaborations from groups such as P.A.W.N. Gang, 31 FAM and Roger Usart, among others.


2. Don Giovanni

The Teatre Liceu of Barcelona continues to open its doors to the performance of Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni. A comic two-act drama set in Seville, it tells how Don Giovanni tries to seduce Dona Anna. This will develop into a series of events that you won’t want to miss.

Since its premiere in 1987, this drama situated between tragedy and comedy has won over audiences. Its music and staging will leave you wanting more.

Depending on the time shift, the performances on the 2nd and 5th of November will begin at 7 p.m. and end shortly before 10 p.m. The 8 November performance is not affected.

3. Concert Carles Benavent – Tino Di Geraldo – Jorge Pardo

The 20th edition of the Voll-Damm Barcelona Jazz Festival brings us Carles Benavent, Tino Di Geraldo and Jorge Pardo this November. It will take place in the BARTS hall in Barcelona. The group will present their new album Flamenco Leaks. As the name suggests, it speaks of the great influence of flamenco music on jazz for this trio. 

Don’t miss the presentation of their latest album, 20 years after their debut. 


4. Concert La Bien Querida

Barcelona opens the month of November with a concert at the Monumental Club. Ana Fernández-Villaverde, is the person behind the famous name La Bien Querida. Ana will give a very special concert in the acoustic format of her best hits. Book your tickets for 7 November and don’t miss out on the magic of La Bien Querida live. 

5. Van Gogh Play – Gaudí Theatre

The performance of Van Gogh by the company Versus Teatre ends this November in Barcelona at the Gaudí Theatre. The actor Jaume García Arija is the figurehead of the madness of the painter Vicent Van Gogh. The play takes place during a crisis at the age of 27. Also a few hours before his death at 37. It is about love, painting, himself, etc. The show has a video art projection, inspired by his works.

6. Els Llums de Sant Pau

The Sant Pau Modernist complex in Barcelona will be transformed into Els Llums de Sant Pau. Every night from 23 November 2020 to 10 January 2021, Barcelona will offer a setting worthy of a fairy tale. Millions of Christmas lights will illuminate the streets of Sant Pau during the coldest and darkest season of the year.

7. Film release “El verano que vivimos”

On November 6th, the Spanish drama “El verano que vivimos” will be released in our cinemas. The play directed by Carlos Sedes tells a love story without barriers inspired by real events. In it, we will be able to see familiar faces such as Blanca Suárez, Pablo Molinero, María Pedraza, Carlos Cuevas, Javier Rey, among others.


8. Clàssica Horta-Guinardó

The 21st edition of Clàssica Horta-Guinardó presents a concert for new performers on Sunday 8 November in Barcelona. The Reflection flute quartet formed by Ana Ribera, Gina Arnau, Leila Kerroum and Andrea Pérez. Therefore, if you are a classical music lover, you won’t want to miss this live show.


9. Latin Grammy Awards 2020

The 21st Edition of the Latin Grammy Awards will be held in streaming on Friday, November 20th. The Latin Music Awards will take place this year in Miami. Moreover, security precautions will be strictly followed by Covid-19. Among the nominees for different categories, we recognize artists such as Bad Bunny, Rosalia, Anuel AA, J Balvin, Karol G, etc. 


10. Takis – Macba

On 22nd November in Barcelona, the Macba pays tribute to the death of the Greek artist Takis. It presents a solo exhibition showing his ingenious works. Takis stood out for his innovation in creating new artistic forms using energies such as magnetism and electricity.


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