From November 9th to November 12th, the Raval(s) Culture Festival will take center stage, bringing forth a rich tapestry of free activities spanning six locations throughout the Raval neighborhood. Expect to be captivated by theater performances, dance exhibitions, art installations, enlightening discussions, and informative booths, all of which will saturate the Raval neighborhood with culture.
This year’s festival is particularly noteworthy for its emphasis on three central themes: feminism, anti-racism, and climate change. Moreover, it is firmly committed to creating a family-friendly environment, aiming to engage people of all ages in these recreational spaces. For instance, on Friday, November 10th, at 1:00 PM, the MACBA will host an interactive storytelling session on emotional well-being.
Exploring the Raval Neighborhood
In addition to these events, there will be various thematic tours. One, for example, is the decolonial route scheduled for Friday, November 10th, leading to the Palau Moja. This journey delves deep into the interconnected histories of slavery, capitalism, exploitation, and colonial inequality. Embracing the diverse popular cultures within the neighborhood, there will be another intercultural route on Saturday, November 11th, beginning at 11:00 AM at Portal de la Pau square.
This year, the festival will place a significant focus on emerging local music talent within the neighborhood. An open call for submissions will be held, and the selected proposals will be showcased in a free event at Sala Paralelo 62 on Friday, November 10th.
Discover the complete program
For those eager to explore the full array of events and activities, the complete program is available for your perusal. You can find all the details web_programa_ravals23.pdf (totraval.org).
The Raval Culture Festival is a testament to the beauty of diversity, the power of artistic expression, and the strength of a united community. It invites everyone to come together, celebrate culture, and learn from each other. So, whether you’re a resident of the Raval or a visitor to this enchanting neighborhood, don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in a world of art, culture, and captivating stories. Join the festival from November 9th to November 12th as we celebrate the unique and vibrant culture of Raval.