If you’re not at Primavera Sound getting sunburnt you can watch highlights from the comfort of home

Not as good as being there, but still good

Primavera Sound is happening right now. We’re here and it’s terrible – just a load of beautiful sunshine and amazing music set against Barcelona’s epic skyline. Believe us, it’s tough going.

If you’re not here though, that doesn’t mean you’re you necessarily have to miss out. Each day, the festival are providing highlights from the previous day’s programme.

That means that from 4pm BST (Friday) there’s the opportunity to watch highlights of some of the best stuff from Thursday – that means the likes of Warpaint, Hinds, Sparks, Chvrches, Vince Staples, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and (Sandy) Alex G.

It’s all here…

Check out all of our Primavera Sound 2018 coverage here.

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