Music brings people together and festivals are a hub for spreading positive messages to advance change to make our planet a better place.
Barcelona’s Share Festival, now in its second edition, has set a new standard as the first music and solidarity festival in the city. Climate change, human rights, gender equality and refugee reception are some of the key issues set to be tackled by festivalgoers. The new format offers the possibility to bag free tickets by fulfilling solidary actions which can be done via the app through a simple click, sharing content on social media and signing online petitions.
The bill features ten artists led by American star Becky G and Madrid rapper C. Tangana on Friday and Spanish singers Alfred García and Carlos Sadness on Saturday.