L’Hospitalet Spring Festival arrives: fun, culture and live music

L'Hospitalet Spring Festival arrives: fun, culture and live music

Spring is here and with it comes the vibrant Spring Festival of L’Hospitalet del Llobregat, an annual event that promises fun for the whole family.

From April 18-21, 2024, the city will be filled with free activities and cultural events at various venues, offering residents and visitors a unique experience filled with live music, participatory activities and popular culture.

Thursday, April 18 marks the beginning of the festivities with the traditional reading of the proclamation, which this year will be given by the talented singer-songwriter Dani Flaco at 8 pm.

From this moment on, and for the next three days, different corners of the city will come alive with a wide range of activities. From the Craft Fair on Rambla de Just Oliveras to the Craft Beer Fair in Plaça Lluís Companys, there will be options for all tastes and ages.

Among the highlights, Friday, April 19 will be an action-packed day. From the creation of the floral carpet by organizations and school groups in the morning, to the parade of giants and big-heads in the afternoon, followed by the parade of beasts of popular culture and fire in the evening, there will be emotions for all present.

On Saturday, April 20, the mythological cavalcade will fill the streets of Hospitalet with its magic and splendor, offering a unique spectacle for spectators.

Activities for the whole family at L’Hospitalet’s Spring Festivities

But the Spring Festival is not only limited to popular culture. There are also a variety of activities for the whole family, such as a participatory circus show at the Centro Cultural Metropolitano Tecla Sala, workshops, games and science outreach shows at the Parc de les Planes, among many other options.

In addition, the Spring Festival will feature an exciting selection of live performances, including concerts by renowned artists such as Juan Magán and Shego, as well as spaces dedicated to black music and urban and street proposals in different parts of the city.

See the complete program

For those interested in knowing the complete program of the Spring Festival, the City Council of L’Hospitalet offers all the information on its official website, as well as the possibility of following the activities and permanent news through social networks with the hashtag #PrimaveraLH.

In addition, to celebrate Sant Jordi’s Day, traditional book and flower stalls will fill the Rambla de Just Oliveras, along with book signings by local authors and various cultural activities throughout the city, such as the Meeting of Knights, Dragons and Princesses in the local libraries and the Sant Jordi Flower Show at the City Hall.