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Brunch in the Park

Enjoy the three last sessions of Brunch in the Park

The event closes its summer season with the best electronic music.

Featuring electronic music in the setting of Jardins de Joan Brossa, one of Barcelona’s green spaces accompanied by good food, the Brunch in the Park series of sessions are drawing to a close, together with their Petit Brunch events aimed at children. But before that happens there are three more events on the programme.

The first is scheduled for Sunday 2 September and will feature Jeff Mills, Ellen Allien, Âme and Javi Redondo. Next up, on Sunday 9 September, is a bill including Tiga, The Black Madonna, Midland and Elio Krass & Nathan Burns, among others. The Brunch in the Park sessions will end on Sunday 16 September with performances by artists like Chris Liebing, Matador and Cora Novoa. All this will be accompanied by carefully selected food for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

Tickets are available now at a price of €23 (€25 later) and can be bought at the following link.

Publication date: Friday, 31 August 2018
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