Barcelona Fira de Tàrrega

Published on September 3rd, 2013 | by admin

Be Happy at Fira de Tàrrega

This September you can enjoy The Tàrrega Fair, full of scenic arts and known as a referent of the fairs and festivals organised in the Spanish State. The longstanding desire to become international, and continued commitment to quality, has made the fair a reference point in Europe. Do you need more reasons to come and visit it?

What is The Tàrrega Fair?

FiraTàrrega is the international market for performing arts that takes place every year in Tàrrega during the second weekend in September. Founded in 1981, it is a great shop window of what is going on in performing arts, with special emphasis on street arts, visual and unconventional shows.

As a meeting place and an international point of reference for debate, the main objective of FiraTàrrega is to boost the performing arts market, opening the door to the internationalisation of the companies.

What to do at The Tàrrega Fair?

The FiraTàrrega programme is a catalogue of unique theatrical experiences, with a firm commitment for excellence and a wealth of formats and styles, and where the street arts and non-conventional venues are the main reference point. The Official Programme is a selection compiled from proposals aimed at seducing the audience and stimulating the professionals who attend; an eclectic and very selective offer that combines different stage disciplines and pays special attention to presenting up-and-coming talents and the national and international creative avant-gardes.

FULL PROGRAMME HERE

When does The Tàrrega Fair happen?

From 6th to 8th September 2013. From Friday to Sunday.

How much does The Tàrrega Fair costs?

It depends on the show you want to watch, but from 5€ you can enjoy some shows! BUY TICKETS HERE!

Where to go to enjoy The Tàrrega Fair?

To enjoy the Tàrrega Fair you will have to take a bus or train to Tàrrega city, near to Barcelona.


BY BUS
Line Barcelona – Tàrrega – Lleida
Line Tarragona – Tàrrega – Andorra
Line Girona – Tàrrega – Lleida

BY TRAIN
Line Barcelona – Tàrrega – Lleida
Line Madrid – Lleida – Barcelona AVE

 

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