Summer Nights at La Pedrera includes local talent and artists from the international jazz scene. Throughout the summer, every Friday and Saturday until 12 September the iconic rooftop will host at total of 26 sessions and 13 groups.
In 1960, entrepreneur Joan Rosselló converted a bar called Brindis, located at Plaça Reial number 17, into a jazz club called Jamboree, a Zulu word meaning meeting of tribes.
The Museu d’Història de Catalunya is hosting a series of summer concerts on their magnificent roof terrace overlooking Port Vell. The concerts take place on Wednesdays at 22h from 1 July to 5 August with genres include boogie woogie, jazz groove, rhythm & blues, soul jazz and funk.
A DJ since 1986, Fred Guzzo founded Café Royale in 2000, a popular venue that offered live music for over 13 years. He also created the jazz oriented 2siders music label.