Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets for MIRA 2018 can be bought on our website.
You can read the general conditions here.
These are the types of tickets:
- 3 Days Full Pass – 8,9,10 November at Fabra i Coats – 70€ + fee
- 2 Days Full Pass – 9,10 November at Fabra i Coats – 55€ + fee
- Thursday Ticket – 8 November at Fabra i Coats – 20€ + fee
- Friday Ticket – 10 November at Fabra i Coats – 38€ + fee
- Saturday Ticket – 10 November at Fabra i Coats – 38€ + fee
How do I get to MIRA?
You can get to MIRA 2018 by using public transport or private car. The venue doesn’t have a car park for private cars. We recommend using the different forms of public transport:
Carrer Sant Adrià, 20 (Sant Andreu)
How to get there:
Metro: L1 (Sant Andreu)
Bus: 11, 40, 73, 126 and N9
Train: Sant Andreu Comtal
Bicing: Malats, pl. Orfila, pl. Estació 12,
Gran de Sant Andreu 99-97 i pl. Sol dels Paletes, 3
If you come by car the nearest public parking is located at:
Carrer del Segre, 30, 08030 Barcelona
Where do I exchange my ticket for the wristband?
By presenting the ticket on your smartphone or in printed form, we’ll give you the wristband to enter Fabra i Coats (or L’Auditori for the opening concert) on site at the entrance to the festival or concert venue.
If I’ve bought a ticket but can’t attend, can I give it to a friend?
Yes, you can give the ticket to another person.
Do I have to present the ticket in printed form?
You can either print it or bring it on your smartphone.
Can I access the festival with children? Can I access if I am under age?
Children under the age of 12 (included) will be able to access the venue for free accompanied by a parent/s or legal guardian. From the ages of 13 to 15 they must pay the ticket fee but will still have to be accompanied by a parent/s or legal guardian.
From the age of 16 they will be able to access the venue with no authorisation needed. The accompanying parent/s or legal guardian will have to show the ID and Family Book or a legal document stating their relationship with the minor/s. In the case of the person accompanying the minor/s being neither the parent/s nor the legal guardian, he/she will have to show an authorisation signed by the parent/s or legal guardian, along with a photocopy of the parent/s or legal guardian’s ID and the Family Book. In both cases, the person responsible for the minor/s will have to sign a document exonerating the festival promoters from any kind of responsibility. This document is to be handed in at the entrance to the venue.
Is there a cloakroom service? And a lost property point?
There is a limited capacity cloakroom. Once the limit is reached, we won’t be able to offer the service until space is freed. Service costs 1€ per item.
If you have lost an item in the venue, you can go to the cloakroom and ask if it has been left there. If it hasn’t, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of the lost item and we’ll contact you if it is found.
If during the festival you find an item not belonging to you, please drop it off at the cloakroom.
Will there be food vending in the festival?
Yes. Besides, we will offer different types of Estrella Galicia premium and gluten-free beers.
How can I pay?
You will be able to pay cash and with credit card in the drink ticket area, food vending area and ticket selling area.
Can I bring drinks or food?
It is not permitted to enter the festival with drinks or food.
Where can I stay in Barcelona?
We recommend you to visit our profile on Journeyhop.
Are there any architectural barriers for disabled people?
No, the venue is prepared and equipped with lifts and ramps for people using wheelchairs. If you need to use the lifts, please let us know at the festival entrance, in the ticket selling area, and we’ll gladly inform you of how to reach the upper floors of the venue.
Can I volunteer?
If you are interested in volunteering during the festival, please send an email to email@example.com.
For any further doubts, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.