From Thursday 12th April to Sunday 15th April 2018 in Fira Barcelona Montjuïc.
Daily from 10 a.m to 8 p.m.
From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. – Ticket sales will be subject to the maximum capacity of the venue, which could mean that office opening hours may change if the limit is reached.
No. Only tickets for the same day will be on sale in the ticket office. Tickets in advance can only be bought online. The tickets on sale at the ticket office will be subject to the maximum capacity of the venue.
Children under 7 years old (born after 16 April 2011) can get in free accompanied by an adult.
Yes. When you buy yours you will have to get a free one for the child
Online ticket in advance
Reduced online ticket (European Youth Card)
On sale at the ticket office
Reduced ticket (Carnet Jove; tarjeta rosa; +65 years old)
Children under 7 (born after 16/04/2011)
Anyone holding a Carnet Jove, a Tarjeta Rosa or who is over 65 can buy tickets for 8€.
Tickets for school groups are valid only on Thursday 12th and Friday 13th. Tickets for the pupils will be 3€ each, while teachers can go in free with the group.
No, it doesn’t need to be printed. You can show it in your mobile.
No. Once you have bought a ticket it cannot be returned or changed
We are sorry, but we are not refunding the money in the event of not being able to attend the Fair.
Check the Spam box in your email. Tickets bought online often end up there.
Yes, food can be brought from home and there is also a wide range of catering services in Pl. Univers and Hall 2.
No. The ticket to the Barcelona International Comic Fair will be just for one entry. Once you have left the Fair it will not be possible to go back in, with the exception of professional badges (exhibitors, press, authors...).
In accordance with the Spanish Law (Real Decreto 137/1993) on Weapons Legislation, it is categorically prohibited for visitors to carry firearms, metal weapons or any blunt instruments or reproductions which look real and could be confused for the real thing. It is also forbidden to use any object that could endanger people, such as fireworks or inflammable products. The only reproductions allowed are weapons made out of plastic, cardboard or any other material that is not dangerous.
A medical service will be available during the whole Fair.
Yes, the Fair will have a cloakroom where coats and bags can be left for one euro per item during the Fair’s opening hours.
No, we’re sorry but pets are not allowed.
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