Crazy Dance Festival 2024

🗓 When: 14th June – 16th June 2024
🌐 Where: Barcelona, Spain
📍 Location: Hotel Don Angel. Carrer del Pla de la Torre, 14, 08398 Santa Susanna, Barcelona
🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here

It will be Crazy
get ready for the first edition of the Crazy Dance Festival.

If you loved the BCN Dance Life HOT Weekend, you will love this one.

Organized in the same venue (Hotel Don Angel),
get ready to enjoy a weekend full of Bachata
(and not only – you will have the chance to dance some Salsa and Timba)

3 days full of workshops, masterclasses, pool parties and many bachateros y bachateras.

Line up of artists

Top international artists and DJs will be joining this festival at the end of July in Barcelona.

Bachata, Sun and seaside,
what else can you ask for?


Kike y Nahir

Igor y Gloria

…. and many more surprises


DJ Ned

DJ Killo

…and many more to be confirmed!

When is the Crazy Dance Festival 2024?

Make your way to the summer in the best mood. Bachata, Barcelona and Seaside.

the festival will be organized from Friday to Sunday,
🗓from the 14th June (Friday) to the 16th June 2024 (Sunday)

Where is the Crazy Dance Festival 2024?

Sun, beach and Sangria – all this 150 meters from the beach.

The event will be organized in the Hotel Don Angel, between Barcelona and Girona.
Carrer del Pla de la Torre, 14, 08398 Santa Susanna, Barcelona

Prices for the Crazy Dance Festival 2024?

The prices for FULL PASS start from 58EUR.

What is included in the FULL PASS ticket?
Access to all the workshops and all the parties.
Accommodation is not included.

If you want to book a hotel night,
the combo of FULL PASS + 2xnights in a double room costs 188EUR

What does it include?
Access to all workshops, pool parties and social parties of the event.
DOUBLE room from Friday to Sunday – and all meals included.

You can find here,
discounts for arranging the shuttle from Barcelona Airport T1 to the venue (Hotel Don Angel)

How to buy the tickets for Crazy Dance Festival 2024?

Good news – you can buy the tickets online.
You can do it with a discount here.

Contact and official websites

If you need more info about the festival, discover here the official IG profile of the organizers.

What to do in Barcelona

If you’re planning to visit Barcelona for a bachata festival, you’re in for a treat.

Barcelona is a vibrant and colorful city that offers plenty of attractions and activities for all tastes and budgets. Whether you’re into art, architecture, history, nature, or food, you’ll find something to enjoy in this amazing city.

Here are some recommendations of what to visit in Barcelona for three days.

Day 1: Explore the Gaudí masterpieces

Barcelona is famous for its unique and stunning buildings designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí.

You can’t miss seeing some of his most iconic creations, such as the Sagrada Família, Park Güell, Casa Batlló, and La Pedrera.

These attractions are very popular, so make sure to book your tickets online in advance to avoid long queues and save money.

Start your day by visiting the Sagrada Família,
the unfinished basilica that is considered Gaudí’s masterpiece and a symbol of Barcelona.

You can also climb up one of the towers for a panoramic view of the city (extra fee required).

head to Park Güell,
a whimsical park that showcases Gaudí’s imagination and creativity. Stroll around the gardens, admire the mosaic-covered structures, and take photos with the famous dragon fountain and the wavy bench.

Don’t forget to visit the Gaudí House Museum (extra fee required), where you can see some of his personal belongings and furniture.

After a relaxing lunch break,
continue your Gaudí tour by visiting Casa Batlló,
a stunning building that resembles a dragon’s skeleton. Explore its different rooms and admire its organic shapes, colorful tiles, and innovative features.

You can also enjoy an augmented reality experience with a smart guide (included in the ticket price).

Finally, end your day by visiting La Pedrera, also known as Casa Milà,
another masterpiece by Gaudí that features a wavy facade and a spectacular rooftop terrace.

Day 2: Discover the Gothic Quarter and Montjuïc

On your second day in Barcelona,
you can explore the historic and cultural side of the city by visiting the Gothic Quarter and Montjuïc.

Start your day by walking along La Rambla,
the most famous street in Barcelona that is lined with shops, cafes, street performers, and flower stalls.

Along the way,
stop by the Mercat de la Boqueria, one of the oldest and largest markets in Europe. Here you can find fresh produce, seafood, cheese, ham, sweets, and more. You can also grab a bite to eat at one of the many stalls or bars inside the market.

Next, enter the Gothic Quarter, the oldest part of the city that dates back to Roman times. Here you can admire the impressive Gothic architecture, visit some of the most important landmarks such as La Catedral and Palau Güell, and wander around the narrow streets and charming squares.

After exploring the Gothic Quarter, head to Montjuïc, a hill that offers stunning views of the city and the sea. 

You can also enjoy some nature and relaxation at Montjuïc by visiting its gardens, fountains, and parks.

Don’t miss seeing the Magic Fountain,
which offers a spectacular show of light, music, and water every evening.

Day 3: Enjoy some beach time and nightlife

On your last day in Barcelona, you can rest and enjoy some beach time and nightlife in this lively city.

Start your day by visiting Barceloneta,
one of the most popular beaches in Barcelona that is located near the city center.

Here you can sunbathe, swim, surf, or play some beach sports, or rent a bike and explore the seaside promenade.

You can also visit some of the nearby attractions, such as the Aquarium, the Maritime Museum, or the Columbus Monument.

After enjoying some sun and sea, get ready for a night out in Barcelona.

The city has a vibrant and diverse nightlife scene that caters to all kinds of tastes and moods. You can choose from a variety of bars, pubs, clubs, live music venues, and theaters to have some fun and dance the night away.

Where to stay in Barcelona

You don’t want to spend a fortune on accommodation, but you also want to enjoy the city and its vibe.

Don’t worry, we have some options for you that will suit your budget and your style.

If you are looking for a cozy and comfortable hostel,
check out Yeah Barcelona Hostel.

It’s located in the Eixample district, close to many bars, restaurants, and shops. You can choose from dorms or private rooms, all with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. The hostel also has a terrace, a bar and a lounge area where you can meet other travelers and dance bachata.

The best part?
You get free breakfast every morning and free dinner every night!

Something more private?
you might like Barcelona Apartment Milà. These are modern apartments with fully equipped kitchens, living rooms and balconies.

They are located in the Gràcia neighborhood, a charming area full of local life and culture. You can walk to many attractions, such as the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and Casa Milà.

The apartments can accommodate up to six people, so you can share them with your bachata friends and split the cost.

Do you want to experience the authentic Barcelona lifestyle?,
you should stay at Hostal Goya.

This is a family-run guesthouse with elegant and cozy rooms. It’s located in the heart of the city, near Plaza Catalunya and Las Ramblas.

You can easily access public transportation and explore the city by day and night. The guesthouse also offers free coffee and tea, a library and a lounge area where you can relax and chat with other guests.


Where to eat in Barcelona

Barcelona has plenty of options for cheap and delicious food that will satisfy your appetite and your budget.

Here are some of the best restaurants for you to try after an intense night dancing.

If you’re craving pizza,
you can’t go wrong with Pizzeria Da Nanni Barcelona, a cozy and authentic place that serves thin-crust pizzas with fresh ingredients.

You can choose from a variety of toppings, or create your own combination.

The prices are very reasonable, and the service is friendly and fast. You’ll feel like you’re in Italy, but with a Catalan twist.

If you want to try something different,
why not sample some Nepalese cuisine at Lasun, Gastronomia Nepali?

This restaurant offers a range of dishes that are spicy, flavorful, and satisfying. You can enjoy curries, momos, dal bhat, and more, all made with fresh and quality ingredients. The portions are generous, and the prices are affordable.

You’ll love the exotic and aromatic flavours of this hidden gem.

Something refreshing? Check out Almalibre Acai House Barcelona,
a place that specializes in acai bowls and smoothies. Acai is a superfood that is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. It also tastes delicious, especially when blended with fruits, granola, nuts, and other toppings.

You can customize your bowl or smoothie according to your preferences and enjoy a nutritious and energizing meal.

Some tapas? visit Bar Xapako,
a popular spot among locals and tourists alike.
This bar serves tapas, small plates of food that are perfect for sharing. You can find classics like patatas bravas, croquetas, tortilla de patatas, and more, as well as some creative and modern dishes.

The quality is excellent, and the atmosphere is lively and cozy.

An ice-cream for the hot weather?
treat yourself to some gelato at Un gelato per te.

A charming ice cream shop that makes homemade gelato with natural ingredients. You can choose from a variety of flavors, from classics like chocolate and vanilla, to more exotic ones like mango and passion fruit. The gelato is creamy, smooth, and delicious.

You’ll feel like you’re in heaven after every bite.

These are just some of the amazing restaurants that Barcelona has to offer. No matter what you’re in the mood for, you’ll find something that suits your taste buds and your wallet.

Other useful information when visiting Barcelona

You love bachata and you want to experience it in one of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities in Europe. You have chosen Barcelona as your destination and you are ready to dance the night away.

But before you pack your bags and book your flight, there are some things you need to know about this amazing city. Here are some tips and facts that will make your trip more enjoyable and memorable.

Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia,
a region with its own language, culture and history.

You will hear Catalan spoken everywhere, but don’t worry, most people also speak Spanish and English. You can learn some basic phrases in Catalan to impress the locals and show your respect for their identity.

Barcelona uses the euro (€) as its currency,
like most of the European Union countries. You can exchange your money at the airport or at any bank branch or ATM. The airport has several currency exchange offices operated by Caixabank and Global Exchange.

You can also use your credit or debit card at most shops and restaurants, but it’s always good to have some cash on you for small purchases or tips.

Barcelona has a Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and hot summers.
The average temperature in October is 20°C, but it can vary depending on the day and the time.

You should pack some light clothes for the day and a jacket or sweater for the night. Don’t forget your sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat to protect yourself from the sun.

Barcelona has two main airports:
Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat (BCN) and Girona-Costa Brava (GRO). The first one is closer to the city centre, about 15 km away. You can take a taxi, a bus, a train or a metro to get there.

The second one is farther away, about 100 km away. You can take a bus or a taxi to get there, but it will take longer and cost more.

Barcelona uses electric plug type C and electric plug type F, which are compatible with most European countries.
If you come from a country that uses a different plug type, you will need an adapter to charge your devices. You can buy one at the airport or at any electronics store in the city.

Barcelona is full of interesting and funny elements that will make your stay more fun and exciting. You can discover more here about the capital of Catalonia.

FAQ Crazy Dance Festival 2024?

When is the Crazy Dance Festival 2024??

The festival will take place in June 2024 from 14th until 16th (Friday – Sunday)

Where is the Crazy Dance Festival 2024??

It will be organized between Barcelona and Girona , in the Hotel Don Angel

How much does the Crazy Dance Festival 2024??

Prices for FULL PASS are starting from 58 EUR

How to get to Crazy Dance Festival 2024??

You can either fly to Barcelona or Girona airport and from there commute with public transportation or rent a car.

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