Festival de les Arts is born from the connection between music and other artistic disciplines such as design, illustration or gastronomy. A festival with soul, that seeks to support the city of Valencia by promoting its spaces and its artists. A new project with a sustainable spirit for adults and kids where all the artistic expressions and cultural movements are welcome. The City of Arts and Sciences is our home from our beginning. 3 stages, more than 24 hours of music, a gastronomic variety in our Food Market, designers and emerging brands in Les Arts Market, illustrators painting live and nights with fireworks.
CIRCUIT DE LES ARTS
Festival of Arts is not only lived for two days a year. When the Spring arrives, we reach the artistic neighborhoods in the city such as Ruzafa, El Carmen, Manises or La Patacona with the Circuit de les Arts by Heineken®. During remaining the months up to the festival, we set acoustic concerts, exhibitions, workshops or talks by local and national artists.
A dinner with friends at Habitual restaurant by Ricard Camarena, a pottery workshop in the Domanises studio, a morning of surfing at the Patacona, an acoustic concert in the terrace 270º with the City of Arts and Sciences as background, Gisela Talita illustrating shop windows, a Sunday brunch at Dulce de Leche or an exhibition at Espai Táctel. A month of May in love with art.
HOW TO ARRIVE
Use the Valenbisi public bicycle service with more than 275 stations located in different parts of the city, with stops next to the City of Arts and Sciences.
You can take the 3 and 5 metro lines and you can hop-off at Alameda, which is the nearest metro station at the festival, about 20 minutes walk from the venue: www.metrovalencia.com.
These bus lines of the EMT arrive at the City of Arts and Sciences: 1 – 13 – 14 – 15 – 19 – 35 – 95 – 40 Consult the EMT Valencia page to know which is your bus:www.emtvalencia.es.
From Festival de les Arts we support the use of public transport or bike, but if you need to take the car, you can park it around the City of Arts and Sciences, on the Paseo de la Alameda or in a nearby parking.