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Barcelona Jazz Festival 2017: 48 th International Jazz Music Festival in Barcelona

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For 48 years Barcelona has played host to an annual jazz festival. The festival takes place in venues all over town and you will need to buy individual tickets for each event - there is not one ticket that covers the whole event. Other year's saw the likes of Wayne Shorter, Jimmy Cobb, Marcus Miller and Kings of Convenience on the line-up.

Depending on your budget, you should be able to find something on the line-up to quench your thirst to listen to some live jazz music - venues vary from the grand Palau de la Musica to small smoky bars like Jamboree and Harlem Jazz Club.

This page provides an overview to the festival events: the dates for the jazz festival a link to the full line-up and how to purchase tickets for the 'Voll-Damm Festival Internacional de Jazz de Barcelona'.


Dates of Barcelona Jazz Festival 

Date: Event date not yet confirmed


Line-up

The line up.


tip Keep an eye out throughout the programme for that magical word - 'free'. Some of the festival's events are taking place in public places and do not require you to purchase a ticket.


How to buy tickets for Barcelona Jazz Festival 

It is possible to buy tickets for the events online by visiting the following website:

Website: proticketing.com

either online or via telephone.

Ticket line:
Tel: +34 90 204 4226


Contact details for Barcelona Jazz Festival 

The company who are organising the Voll-Damm jazz festival are called 'The Project'. If you have any queries about the festival you can contact them directly.

The Project
Diagonal 482, 2-2
08006 Barcelona, España.

Tel: +34 93 481 7040
Fax: +34 93 481 7041

E-mail: [email protected]

Barcelona's jazz festival is well-established. It sees some of the biggest names in jazz music coming to town for gigs in legendary venues. Tickets will sell out quickly, so make sure that you move quickly if you have your eye on a particular gig. Whilst booking your tickets, it is worth considering getting any flights and accommodation that you might need booked. See our Guide to Barcelona Hotels for help in finding somewhere to stay and our advice on how to find cheap flights to Barcelona.

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