This page lists historical and other events on May 29th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1914 - Barcelona: The opening of L'Escola del Treball, created by the Mancomunitat de Catalunya, today the Universitat Industrial.
1993 - The Drac Baluk Astharot is presented at the Festa Major de Ca n'Aurell.
2000 - The writer Josep Vallverdú wins XXXII Premi d'Honor of the Lletres Catalanes.
2006 - Roland Garros, París: Playing on centre court, Rafael Nadal beats Guillermo Vilas' record of consecutive victories on a clay court, leaving it at 54 games.
1421 - Peñafiel, Province of Valladolid: Carles de Viana, Prince of Aragon and Navarre, Prince of Viana, Duke of Gandia (1439-1461), Girona (1458-1461) and King of Navarre (1441-1461).
1860 - Camprodon, Ripollès: Isaac Albéniz, composer and pianist.
1857 - Ceuta: Agustina d'Aragó, heroic defender of Saragossa against the French during the Peninsular War.
1959 - Barcelona : Frank Marshall King, Catalan pianist and composer.