Barcelona limits the hours of the terraces around Primavera Sound at the start of the festival

Barcelona City Council will restrict the opening and closing hours of 29 bars and 43 terraces near the Fòrum to coincide with the celebration of Primavera Sound. ‘El Periódico’ has advanced it and municipal sources confirm it to ACN. Specifically, while the festival that starts this Wednesday lasts, the bars will have to lower the blind at 11:00 p.m. and open until 8:00 a.m.

The terraces, for their part, will have to collect tables and chairs also at 11:00 p.m. In addition, supermarkets will have to remain closed between 10:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. All this to preserve the rest of the neighbors, stop possible large bottles and avoid concentrations of people at night around nearby premises or metro exits.

Establishments will have to comply with the order starting this Thursday, June 4, and until next Monday. Specifically, the municipal directive affects 29 bars and restaurants.

Likewise, 43 terraces will have to collect tables and chairs within that schedule. The municipal ordinance allows these spaces to be installed from eight in the morning to midnight from Sunday to Thursday and from eight to one in the morning on Fridays and the eve of holidays. For the terraces that are closest to the Fòrum, the limitation comes into force this Wednesday.

On the other hand, establishments that sell drinks and food products will be forced to close at 10:00 p.m. and not reopen until 8:00 a.m. The will of the consistory is that festival attendees do not buy alcohol at these points and remain in the surrounding streets consuming it.

These restrictions affect premises located on Selva de Mar streets, Avenida del Litoral, San Raimon Peñafort, Cristóbal de Moura and Pallars.

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