Barcelona is Spain's festival city, and always combines traditional Catalan culture, with a love for modern living in its world-famous events. A nearly continuous music performance showcase takes place in the Pedralbes Gardens. Acts include everything from orchestra concerts and cutting-edge Spanish rock bands, to British New Wave and American-style raves. Sonár is one of the largest new music and media festivals in the world featuring groups like The Chemical Brothers and Duran Duran. It is held at the Fira Montjuïc and the Fira Gran Vía. Festivals in Barcelona also include long tours of its many art centers and museums. A favorite exhibit is the Fundació Joan Miró. This museum is a national treasure and is itself, an art exhibit.
The majority of Barcelona music festivals are organized in the area of the city that includes the Olympic Stadium at the Sans-Montjuíc, and the beaches of the El Barri Gôtic. Festivals in these districts are very diverse. Families and children can enjoy the Tibidabo Fun Fair, and Bosc Urbá (Urban Jungle) adventure park. For lifestyle and alternative Barcelona events, the city is home to what is considered the world's largest LGBT Circuit Festival. It encompasses several square miles of the north and east sections of the city.