Consells de mobilitat amb motiu del concert de The Weeknd a l’Estadi Olímpic


The artist is performing there on Thursday, 20 July, as part of the 'After Hours Til Dawn Tour'

Doors open at 6 pm 

We recommend getting to the Estadi Olímpic early, using sustainable means of transport


The Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys is hosting The Weeknd's 'After Hours Til Dawn Tour' on Thursday, 20 July. To coincide with the concert, the Anella Olímpica and the City Council are resuming their information campaign, “The Estadi Olímpic is very close. Choose the most sustainable way of getting there”, to promote sustainable mobility to get to Montjuïc mountain. 

People going to the Estadi Olímpic are recommended to use public transport or go on foot, and to go early. The website offers a series of practical information on how to get to Montjuïc mountain by public transport, along with advice and recommendations concerning accessibility and safety, among other resources of interest. 

Get to the Estadi Olímpic well in advance 

The doors open at 6 pm. It is important to get to Montjuïc early so that people do not all arrive at once. You should check for any updates on the concert start time on the Estadi Olímpic website or the social media for the Stadium, the Palau Sant Jordi and the concert promoter.

Prioritising the use of public transport and travelling on foot 

You should use public transport (Bus, Metro, Funicular or FGC) to the stations and stops closest to Montjuïc Park (Espanya, Poble Sec, Paral·lel or Foc) and then, if possible, use the signposted pedestrian routes. 

You can find information on the various public transport lines available (Bus, Metro, Funicular, FGC) on the Estadi OlímpicPalau Sant Jordi, TMB and FGC websites, as well as the SMOU application. 

Extra services on the 150 Bus line and shuttle bus service

TMB will be offering extra buses on Line 150 (Pl. Espanya – Castell de Montjuïc) on the days of the concert, during regular traffic times. It will also be providing a special bus service between the Estadi Olímpic and Plaça d’Espanya.

Escalators will be in operation for longer

To facilitate travel on foot, the escalators will continue operating until 2 am. 

Parking restrictions for private vehicles

To coincide with the concerts, there will be a special operation in place, coordinated by the Guàrdia Urbana police force and Civic Officers, limiting street parking on the signposted sections of Avinguda de l’Estadi, Passeig Olímpic, Passeig del Migdia and the streets of Jocs del 92 and Doctor Font i Quer, along with various parking areas located around the Anella Olímpica. People are advised to prioritise travel by public transport to ensure fluid traffic flows and to reduce polluting emissions. 

Citizen information on the Anella websites

The and websites offer information about the various public transport options for reaching the Anella Olímpica facilities (Estadi Olímpic, Palau Sant Jordi and Sant Jordi Club). The websites also contain other information of interest, such as a general map of services, accessibility measures and assistance for people with reduced mobility and other specific needs resulting from recognised disabilities. Users will also find an FAQ section with information on aspects such as purchasing tickets and ticket validity, services available at the facilities, safety and security measures and protocols and access policies for minors, etc. 

Further information

How to get to the Estadi Olímpic


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