El Campo de Cebada, the Street Art Plaza
- 1 Best street art in Madrid at El Campo de Cebada.
- 2 El Campo de Cebada, people’s movement.
- 3 Top six different activities in Madrid at El Campo de Cebada
- 4 Street art, -Guided visit.-
- 5 Salsódromo, -learn salsa for free.-
- 6 Cantajuegos, -A kids’ game.-
- 7 Hip Hop, -The street battles.-
- 8 Sports, -5A side and basket.-
- 9 Assamblies, -Mondays at 7.30 PM.-
Best street art in Madrid at El Campo de Cebada.
Most of you know where La Latina is located, some of you might have looked through the round windows over the fence next to the right exit and not that many would have visited it. That’s the reason why we will talk to you today about El Campo de Cebada, the best street art in Madrid. Let’s start, you can also check here…
El Campo de Cebada, people’s movement.
Those of you who moved to Madrid recently may not know the history this place holds. To start with, you should know that the area where El Campo de Cebada is located nowadays was once used as a polideportivo municipal in Madrid (community sports centre). It was abandoned by 2007 and demolished. The neighbors from ‘Distrito Centro’ (Sol & surrounding areas) reopened the space in 2010 for “La noche en blanco” (famous cultural event in Madrid). It was an activity to criticize Mahou’s involvement (Spanish beer brand) and to celebrate the reopening of this public space.
That same year, neighbors created a hybrid model for an intervention of today’s crisis. A self-managed project came alive in October 2010 and the 15M movement made official the creation of the assambly that has managed this open area for more than 5 years now.
Top six different activities in Madrid at El Campo de Cebada
Many artists perform their artwork at El Campo de Cebada: Por Favor, Sabek, JM Yes… This city tour in Madrid will make you discover, through a guided visit, the best graffiti artists in town.
-learn salsa for free.-
El Campo de Cebada is proud to announce that they contributed to the creation of the first public open space where to meet new people and practice your salsa skills. We love when people take the culture to the streets.
-A kids’ game.-
El Campo de Cebada is also one of the best family friendly places in Madrid. Your children will listen to nursery rhyme style songs performed by the incredible local artists.
-The street battles.-
Many teenagers meet during the afternoons to practice what they like the most, signing rap music in a free style, as a battle. Anyone is welcome to participate. The groups battle for El Campo de la Cebada championship at Fiestas de la Paloma.
-5A side and basket.-
The ground which used to be once a swimming pool is now occupied by a football and basketball court. Pay attention to El Campo de Cebada’s tournaments here.
-Mondays at 7.30 PM.-
The group of people in charge of organizing and managing all the activities developed at El Campo de Cebada will wait for you at the specified date & time. Hope to see you there!