- Festival brings folk music to Barcelona

January 31, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News can announce that Spain is well-known for being a loud and colourful country with a festival to suit all tastes and interests.

If people staying at hotels in Barcelona are fans of world music or want to indulge their passion for jazz during their time in the city, then there is one event that may suit them down to the ground.

Tradicionarius the Catalan Folk Festival will be running until March 26th 2010 and provides two months of music and dancing across a variety of venues in Spain's second largest city.

This is the 23rd time the event has taken place, so by know the organisers should be experts at ensuring that everyone attending the numerous concerts and shows has a great time.

Almost 50 acts from both Spain and many international locations will be taking to the stage over the course of the spectacle and they will be joined by a variety of street entertainers and professional folk musicians offering the public the chance to take part in a range of workshops.

The venues taking part in the festival include the Centre Artesa Tradicionarius, Luz de Gas, L'Auditori and Palau de la Musica Catalana.

To make the most of Tradicionarius, you should consider booking your hoteles en Barcelona to avoid disappointment.

Located in the east of Spain, Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia