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A toast with ROSÉ to “culture from the sofa”

I'm sure that more than once a day you’ve been thinking about the first thing you're going to do when your life gets back to normal. A stroll on the beach, a bike ride in the mountains, enjoying a barbecue with friends, your brunch mornings again… So, these days I’ve been looking for inspiration and plans that transport me away from the sofa, I’ve found some initiatives that have caught my eye. Musicians, artists, museums, and everything and everyone with something interesting to say or share; I’m doing my bit so that the hours at home are filled with entertainment and culture.

So, following my life philosophy: sharing is caring, today I want to share with you some of these virtual plans for you to enjoy. Here goes:

Good music?

For that you have to call upon the Montreux Jazz Festival. You will have access to more than 50 free concerts for a month. Do as I do and get yourself a bottle of BORN ROSÉ, some snacks on hand and… let the music take you.


I’m all in for l’#HORATIMEIN

What would our leisure time be without TimeOut's advice? Thank you TimeOut! :) Mind you, for a few weeks now they've been TimeIn and they haven’t stopped coming up with great plans for us to enjoy at home. So make a note in the diary that every day at 1pm they send to the world, through their account @timeoutbcn, content related to leisure and culture. These are veeeery interesting live shows with different creators. See you there!


Rediscovering museums…

In just a few clicks! Whenever I go to Madrid, I drop by the Prado Museum. It’s an amazing place, which they have given us access to everyday from their Instagram account. Take a look! And you can visit different masterpieces with the help of an art historian who tells you all the details and interesting facts about the paintings. A real treat!

And the Museu d’Art Contemporaro de Barcelona is also bringing the museum straight to your

sofa. You can download the museum’s app and enjoy images, audio guides and interesting facts about the MACBA collection and temporary exhibitions. Don’t miss it!


A good dose of film

Spending these days at home, I’ve discovered that my essential apps are Spotify and Instagram. And the latter allows me to get closer to creators, interact with them and even ask them questions. For example, the initiative organised by @academiadelcine which on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7pm connects geniuses of Spanish cinema with users. Don’t miss it!

Now we have our week chock-full. Oh! And if you want to recommend a plan, please do share it with us on social media. Mention us @bornrosebcn and we’ll share it. #stayhome