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In the most colorful and multi-ethnic quarter of Barcelona this weekend will be held festivities "Festival del Raval". For a variety of activities will begin tonight, among which many concerts, culinary tastings, parties and events for children.

On Carrer de Picalquers street all three days of holidays will be something interesting. On Friday and Saturday, beginning with 23-00, It is expected to give musicians and DJs. On Friday, 13-00 It will vermouth and Blues, and on Saturday at the same time a huge paella for everyone.

Freedonia team is also happy with his crowd, come on Friday 20-00 and up to two nights dancing on the square Plaça Folch i Torres, and Sunday 17-00 and before midnight will be a party at the Plaça Salvador Seguí Square to Cinematheque.

On Friday from 16-00 on the Rambla del Raval will host a fair with tasting tea and Arabic sweets. It also will be concerts of a wide variety of musical styles, and midnight will play electronic music. And if you want a bite to eat delicious octopus to techno, then walk down to the street Carrer Aurora 24, where to 18-00 and up to two nights will be loved by all Pulpada Electronica.

On Saturday morning with 11 to 14-00 at the Plaça Salvador Seguí Square will be entertainment for children and a drawing competition. All day on the streets Carrer de la Verge Carrer Valdonzella and will be a flea market. At the intersection of Sarrer Riereta and carrer Sant Pau with 12-00 to 14-00 It will vermouth and electro-jazz, and 16-00 popular sardinada (grilled sardines for everyone). Late in the evening there will be dancing swing.

On Saturday, 19-00 on Plaça Gardunya area will build human towers Castellers. Do not miss this exciting show. And on Sunday 12-00 from the Maritime Museum will begin a festive final procession with drums and giant figures, that will delight both children and adults.

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