The Deputy Mayor for Culture of Barcelona, Jordi Martí, has announced that the City Council has offered a proposal to the promoters of Primavera Sound to set the dates for the next four years and that it can stay in the city.
He said it this Thursday in statements to journalists after the meeting of the Mixed Commission between the City Council and the Generalitat, after the co-director of Primavera Sound Gabi Ruiz has assured that the parties that make up the consistory do not want the festival.
Although Martí has not specified the proposal, he has said that it is nearing completion and that it is based on the fact that the festival can be held under the same conditions as it has been done up to now,
that is, keeping it in the Fòrum and «having more comfort over time».
He explained that they are waiting for a response and added: "I cannot imagine what this insurmountable problem is so that Primavera cannot continue in Barcelona."
Regarding Gabi Ruiz's statements, he has said that they do not understand "where the complaint is", and has stated that there is a climate of dialogue and good understanding between the two, for which he believes that the co-director's statements are due to the nerves prior to the celebration of the festival, which begins this Thursday.