The ULLS Festival takes over the streets of Barcelona, October 14-18, invading the city with four days of Dance, Music, Film and Theatre. This week the ULLS Festival sets up shop at the Palau de la Virreina and various points around the city.
This festival is one of Barcelona’s most radical and alternative of cultural festivasl which the city hosts. Now in it’s third year the emphasis of this festival is placed in the performance of art. All of the events are free of charge in order to generate an open access to ART.
A festival to be enjoyed by all who call the “cuidad condal” home, regardless of money, social class, or citizenship.
The only requirement is to be one of an open mind.
The four day event will host a total of 8 theater performances, 5 concerts, 5 workshops, 3 film screenings and 2 performances by alternative artists.
Among the other events are art workshops for the kids as well as an art exhibit.
14 countries are participating in this forum, which is meant to act as a cultural exchange between Latin America and Europe revolving around artists sharing their concept of life and art between the two continents.
For a complete listing of events and location check out www.ulls.org