BARCELONA, Spain — Cannabis Culture is celebrating its 50th anniversary in a big way, and some of the music that was recorded and performed over that time will be played at the new music festival in Barcelona, Spain.
This year’s BARC Festival will feature 50 new music, including 20 new artists, as well as five classic acts.
Among the artists slated to play are the Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, the Grateful Four, Elton John and The Eagles.
The festival’s website promises “a festival unlike any other,” with “a celebration of music and culture that has gone on for the past 50 years.”
Culturally, the festival is focused on music, dance and art, according to the festival’s Facebook page.
The festival will take place in the beautiful and vibrant town of Aragon, on the Mediterranean Sea, near the Spanish coast.
“Aragon is known as the heart of Catalonia and the heartland of the Spanish Basque Country,” the festival description reads.
“Its rich heritage of cultural and musical traditions, rich history and lively spirit, all of which makes it one of the most unique destinations for music fans of all ages and from all walks of life.”
The festival is scheduled to begin June 14 and run through July 1.