If the organisers decide to suspend a session due to rain before opening time (8.30 pm), all those who bought advance tickets will be reimbursed. If a session is cancelled due to rain after 8.30 pm, spectators can exchange their tickets to attend any other session, free of charge. If a session is cancelled, this will be announced on the Sala Montjuïc social networks.

Yes, you can, providing all the loungers have not been reserved in advance. There are a limited number of loungers (700). This is to ensure the comfort of both those sitting on the ground and those using loungers.

Yes, of course you can! They should be low-backed, though, so as not to spoil the view for people behind. You can also bring a beach towel or blanket and sit on the grass! The organisers reserve the right to relocate spectators who bring chairs that are too high and block the view of people behind them.

There is a bar and restaurant service at Sala Montjuïc. The food served is local and ecological (meat and vegetable burgers, home-made pizza, patatas bravas, hummus, etc.

The ticket price includes the warm-up concert and the film. There is only one type of ticket, so you can’t buy tickets for just the concert or just the film.

If there are any tickets left after advance sales end, the box office will open at the venue. If you get there early, you will usually be lucky. If you plan to arrive just at opening time, we recommend that you buy your tickets in advance. If a session is sold out in advance, we will announce this on the website and on our social networks.

Just downloading it onto your smartphone is fine.

No, there are no season tickets available this year.

There is a bus service (line 150) to and from the Sala Montjuïc. Buses leave from Plaça d’Espanya between Avinguda de Reina Maria Cristina and Avinguda del Paral·lel. The return journey starts at the end of the film.

No, pets are forbidden. Although the cinema is in the open air, the dog has to stay at home 🙁

There are free parking areas near Montjuïc Castle. Depending on the time you arrive, you may have to walk for 5 or 10 minutes.

Yes, they are all shown in the original version with Spanish subtitles. See the programme for information about the original language of each film.

It’s a bit cooler than in the city centre, so it’s always best to bring a blanket or a pullover to make sure you are warm enough to enjoy the film.