This page lists historical and other events on June 7th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1640 - Barcelona: The revolt of the reapers against the Castilian troops, knowns as the Corpus de Sang or Corpus of Blood, begins (The Reapers' War).
1926 - Barcelona: A line 30 tram runs down the architect Antoni Gaudí on the corner of Gran Via and Bailèn. The injuries he suffered would result in his death three days later.
2005 - Barcelona: Ciutadans de Catalunya presents its foundational manifest "Per la constitució d'un nou partit polític a Catalunya".
2007 - PortAventura: The opening of Furius Baco.
1861 - Sabadell, Vallès Occidental: Antoni Cusidó i Cañellas, textile manufacturer and councillor of Sabadell (died 1929).
1877 - Martorell, Baix Llobregat: Josep Palet i Bartomeu, Catalan tenor (died 1946).
1897 - Sabadell, Vallès Occidental: Ramon Jové i Brufau, metallurgist, trades unionist, one of the first victims of the Spanish Civil War (died 1936).
1933 - Sabadell, Vallès Occidental: Mirna Lacambra Domènech, Catalan soprano and music promoter.
1949 - Vilassar de Dalt, Maresme: Toti Soler, guitarist and singer.
1957 - Meliana, Horta Nord: Toni Mollà, Valencian writer and philologist.
2010 - Xàbia, la Marina Alta: Josep Albi, Valencian poet, novelist and translator (born 1922).