Which Barcelona Club Are You?
Indoor or outdoor?
Do you prefer pop or underground
Do you like big or small clubs?
Local talent or international?
Whether it’s New York, Vegas or Ibiza, few clubs are as exclusive as Macarena Club. The venue famously has a capacity of 81 people and is usually helmed by a team of in-house DJs with the occasional guest label. It’s also open seven days a week if you want to do some weekday dancing.
There’s something here for everyone. Razzmatazz is a sprawling five-room club in the El Poublenou: indie rock in Razz Club, techno in The Loft and Lolita, pop and electro in Pop Room and Rex Room.
La Terrrazza is located on the side of historic Montjuic, the location of Barcelona’s annual Sonar festival and one of the best places for a night out in the summer.
Unlike most clubs, Elrow sets itself apart by throwing just one event a month, allowing them to fully transform the venue into a unique experience every time.
You’ve heard of pop-up restaurants, well here’s a pop-up club. Kubik operates in Barcelona, Berlin and Lisbon, setting up a modular, open-air club throughout the summer.