This page lists historical and other events on May 30th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1640 - Montiró, Principality of Catalonia: Felip IV's troops destroy the town.
1843 - Catalonia: A conspiracy involving General Prim begins in the Camp de Tarragona against the government of General Espartero.
1956 - Barcelona, Barcelonès: The publication of La Gramàtica Catalana by Pompeu Fabra edited by Joan Coromines, known as La Gramàtica "pòstuma".
2010 - Sabadell, Vallès Occidental: This is first time the Consulta sobre la independència de Catalunya is held in a town of more than 200,000 inhabitants.
2015 - Barcelona: One of the oldest bookshops in the city, La Hormiga de Oro, closes.
1920 - Barcelona: Antoni Maria Badia i Margarit, Catalan philologist and linguist.
1947 - Beniopa, la Safor: Josep Piera i Rubió, Valencian writer and translator.
1948 - Barcelona, Barcelonès: Salvador Puig i Antich, Catalan activist, executed by the Franco regime.
1951 - Sedaví, l'Horta Sud: Ferran Torrent i Llorca, Valencian writer and journalist.
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.