Many Balearic islanders have made Barcelona their home but have not forgotten the traditions of their native islands. Sa Pobla is a town in Mallorca that every year, on the feast of Saint Anthony, throws a party involving bonfires, folk singing, poetry recitals and ancient instruments. In 1993, the neighbourhood of Gràcia was first introduced to this party, and has fully embraced it ever since. Back for the 25th year in a row, join those from the islands and the city alike to celebrate this energetic and cathartic street party, which starts on Friday. The fiesta culminates with a grand procession on Saturday evening, involving a correfoc (fire run) and music, leading to Plaça Virreina, where a large bonfire will be lit.