Summer’s best rock & electronic festival in Europe is kicking off June 2nd 3rd and 4th at the Barcelona Forum. Thousands of fans will be flooding the BCN metro and beaches wondering, “Where do I find a cannabis association, immediately?” Remedy BCN definitely has you covered, no doubt we will have the best smokes in town for the spring and summer festivals. On your way to the Barcelona Beach, or coming down from a wild night, Remedy BCN will be open for weed. For help in English, Spanish, Catalan, Italian, or French, please get in touch for private marijuana events leading up to Primavera Sound 2016.
This year’s lineup includes:
Thom Yorke’s alien quintet returns to the forum (their 4th time at this venue), set to play new works along with tracks from their latest album The King of Limbs. Accompanied by a psychedelic lightshow, Remedy recommends a blueberry cheese hybrid to fully experience the audiovisual masterpiece.
Kevin Parker’s Australian rock band have had busy 2016 already, riding the top of Europe, UK and USA’s rock charts. Their blend of progressive rock and electronic music certainly pairs well with a Hydro Critical mass strain. The fusions work well together, as the critical mass will keep your head banging with heavy sativa flavours.
James Murphy started LCD Soundsystem in his New York City apartment, received critical acclaim for Daft Punk is Playing at My House, and have thankfully returned from their breakup or hiatus. In October 2015, a Consequence of Sound article reported that “multiple sources” confirmed that LCD Soundsystem would be reuniting in 2016 and headlining “high-profile music festivals in the US and UK. Everyone knows these guys bring the high energy, so don’t go too heavy on the indica for this set.
This Baltimore based experimental pop group is a staple at these Barcelona summer festivals. We remember tripping out at the Forum ten years ago when Animal Collective first hit the scene. Pleasure to have you back, will smoke a blunt.
Beirut originally the solo musical project of Arizona’s Zach Condon, later grew into a full-scale band. Beirut’s sound is a mix of indie rock and international music from countries ranging from Brazil to Spain to Lebanon of course. The band’s first performances were in New York, and they have been playing Barcelona for years. Good time for a smoke break chill sesh.