What to do in Barcelona in September?

Visit an exhibition of photographs from concerts

Sometimes, in order to plunge into the concert atmosphere, it is enough to turn on music on headphones and look at photographs taken by the best reportage photographer. Xavier Mercade’s talent for capturing the best live moments will help us “visit” the concerts of David Bowie, Rosalia, Beyoncé, Manel Navarro and the Rolling Stones.

  • Where: Palau Robert
  • When: before 25 September

Listen to the Blues at the European Museum of Modern Art

Every Friday in September, music will fill the halls of the European Museum of Modern Art in Barcelona as part of the Friday’s Blues cycle. The rhythms of swing, jazz and blues are a great start to the weekend. Before the concert, you can visit the museum spaces to explore contemporary art objects.

  • Where: MEAM: Museu Europeu d’Art Modern
  • When: every Friday from September 3rd to 24th

Escape the zombies at the Wax Museum

Fans of realistic horror quests will be delighted to know that an extraordinary experience can now be enjoyed at the Barcelona Wax Museum. The quest “Infection evolution” immerses the participants in a world where they need to escape from the invasion of zombies. In it, talented actors create a realistic atmosphere, and the participants will have to solve difficult puzzles to defeat zombies. It is recommended to play in pairs or in groups of three.

  • Where: Museo de Cera de Barcelona
  • When: All September

Visit the interactive project in CaixaForum

CaixaForum is transformed into a space where art, technology and natural elements are mixed. TeamLab, a Japanese team of artists, engineers, mathematicians and architects, is presenting an interactive project to reimagine our relationship with the environment. Visitors will be able to create a unique landscape and will have to maintain a delicate balance between flora and fauna. In this interactive world, the development of flowers, reptiles and butterflies will depend on the actions of the visitors themselves.

  • Where: CaixaForum
  • When: before January 9, 2022