Unite with Tomorrowland 2017
In addition to entertaining EDM enthusiasts, Tomorrowland also aims to connect like-minded individuals around the world through the universal language of music. This year, people from Taiwan, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Malta, Israel, Spain and Lebanon will be able to take part to Belgium’s Tomorrowland edition!
Among the celebrated DJs listed as this year’s headliners are Marshmello, Steve Aoki, Tiësto, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta and Martin Garrix meanwhile, Alesso, KSHMR, Armin van Buuren, ALOK and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike are slated to perform at the main stage on July 29. A customized Unite stage, decoration and special effects to allow people to leave life reality just for a night of pure partying!
Opening hours & times
Saturday 29th of July - Sunday 30th July: 06 PM- 3 AM
Can Zam Park
Can Zam Park is in Santa Coloma de Gramenet, near Barcelo, separated of Barcelona by the Besòs River. This 11-hectares park is a connection between the urban life and the nature, because it is located just a few minutes from the city center. It’s definitely the perfect place to organize pic-nic, go for a run or just enjoy the Spanish weather in summer with your family or some friends at the bar’s terrace or around the lake.
How to get there
From Barcelona-El Prat airport, you can expect to reach downtown Barcelona in no longer than 20 minutes.
• By train: train R2 will take you from Terminal 2 to Passeig de Gracia via Barcelona Sants in 15 minutes. This train runs every 30 minutes from 5.40am to 11.40pm, and a single fare is 2,10€ (1,5£). Important: if you arrive into Terminal 1, you will first need to catch a free connecting bus to Terminal 2
• By Aerobus: An express bus service called the Aerobus runs from Barcelona airport to Plaza Catalunya and vice versa every 5 to 20 minutes from approximately 5am to 1am. Line A1 runs from and to Terminal 1 and line A2 from and to Terminal 2. You can purchase your ticket in advance and consult the detailed timetable on the Aerobus website. A single ticket costs 5,90€ (4,50£) and a return ticket costs 10,20€ (8£). The journey takes about 20 minutes.
• By regular bus: Bus 46 runs every 15 minutes from approximately 5am to 12pm and will take you to Plaça Espanya in about 30 minutes or more, depending on the traffic. This bus runs from both airport terminal. A single ticket is 2,10€.
• By taxi: you can grab a taxi from the rank outside both airport terminals. You can expect to pay around 35€ (28£) to reach the city centre.
The capital of Catalunya boasts an incredibly rich cultural heritage dominated by Gaudí’s colorful, intricate and surreal architectural masterpieces. It is an undeniable fact : Barcelona is a sight for sore eyes and an a-class tourist destination. But the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell are not the only elements that account for its featuring among the top 5 most visited cities in Europe. Vibrant either by day or by night, Barcelona has repeatedly been crowned one of the hottest european party destination, and attracts year in year out millions of night owls and late-night revellers on a quest for a rowdy fun time in a dynamic sun-drenched city by the sea.
As a fast-moving city with no consistent sound, Barcelona possesses a rich cultural and musical scene which offers a huge variety in bars, pubs and clubs. From cozy tapas bars to under-the-radar restaurants and gigantic clubbing temples, there is a lifetime’s worth of places to discover, catering for every taste. And if there is one thing to bear in mind when in Barcelona, it definitely is that Spaniards tend to live in a different time zone. Don’t be surprised if most restaurants are closed at 8 pm, bars are empty by 10 pm, or if you are denied access to a club before 2 am : the locals party later… but harder! Instead, set your clock to Spanish time, take it easy, and prepare for the fiesta of your life. You’ll come home euphorically exhausted, but irremediably happy!
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