The Verbena of San Juan, also known popularly as the Night of Fire, is celebrated throughout the Catalan Countries on the night between June 23 and June 24. It’s a magical night to celebrate the arrival of summer. A long night marked by traditions and symbolism. For example, bonfires are made with old junk, fireworks are used, midnight baths in the sea are taken or certain dances are characteristic elements of the Night of San Juan. A celebration that, in some cases, can be extended until sunrise.
In total there are more than 6 hours of music so that the songs do not end before the sun rises.
Therefore, to accompany the San Juan festival, we propose a different musical selection than usual to start the night or, to continue when the fireworks has burned. In total there are more than 6 hours of music so that the songs do not end before the sun rises.
There are music from all eras, for all tastes, and for all ages. There are even some modern songs, so that they can be enjoyed by all kinds of people. This is the case of The Pointer Sisters, the soul group that in the 70s and 80s triumphed with hits like “Jump (For My Love)”.
There is also variety in terms of rhythm, because the night of San Juan has moments for everything.
There is also variety in terms of rhythm, because the night of San Juan has moments for everything. There are quieter songs, for those who enjoy an intimate verbena, as well as music with the highest revolutions in case the option is to dance with friends or family until the body endures. For example, “Hard Out Here” by the British singer and actress Lily Allen.
A selection of songs to play while we eat coca or to accompany when a few bottles of champagne or wine has already opened and the air already smells like burnt gunpowder. Because, as Doctor Prats band say: “The nights never die”.