- 25 May 21
The Spanish festival returns bigger than ever before with plenty of Irish interest.
This is the first time Primavera will take place over two dates, after 2020 and 2021 editions were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as a celebration of their 20th anniversary.
Along with the two main showcases, over 150 shows will take place in Barcelona as part of the festival between the dates of June 2-4 and 9-11.
Other Irish acts anticipating shows at the festival next year include Maria Somerville, Sinead O'Brien and Bicep.
All ticket buyers still holding on to their purchases from the cancelled Primaveras from the last two years can attend one weekend with their already bought tickets. Full details will be sent to those who purchased these tickets from the outlet they bought them from with a FAQ available from the festival's website.
For everyone else, tickets will go on sale on June 1 from their website as well.
The festival organisers recently held a trial event concert in January to look at how COVID-19 spreads amongst those at mass events. Organisers found no increase in the transmission of the virus at the event despite no social distancing measures apart from face masks.
Similar trial events taking place this year in other countries are also looking promising, with initial data from the UK Government's similar efforts saying that events are as risky to attend as going to a restaurant or shopping.
See the full line-up below: