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Located in the heart of Barcelona, R33 is a popular nightclub where the city's youth comes to socialize and party. The interiors are airy, featuring an array of suspended lights, wall mounted speakers, an elevated DJ booth, and a large dance floor. The music played here is mainly techno, so if you're a fan of house music, give this place a visit. Special events include guest DJ nights where they call in recognized local and international DJs such as Andrea Oliva, Erneste Ferreyra, M.A.N.D.Y. to perform for their guests. Drinks are available at the bar.
Marula Café is a vibrant pub and music space, hosting concerts and live gigs every night. Funk music rules, while rock, pop, country, jazz and other genres are also played here. The club is intimate though CD launches, presentations, small conferences and so on are also held. The crowd is an eclectic mix of locals and visitors, making this a great place to mingle with friends and friendly strangers. Grab a drink at the cocktail bar, known for the delicious libations served here, and groove to the music as you become oblivious to the city outside. The venue is best known for the weekly A Wamba Baluba night, every Thursday from 9:30p to 5a. The club comes alive to the sound of music as local, national and international bands take center stage. DJ sessions and theme parties often feature on the entertainment program of A Wamba Balaba as well.
At Macarena Club, Mondays are treated like weekends: crowds gather outside as everyone tries to get a dose of the Monday night party (though the venue functions on other nights as well). Although the name might lead you to think 'retro', the music here is a healthy mix of house, techno and local favorites. The music is very loud and not for those who are uninitiated in the night life of the city. The club is a hit among the youth and also offers a range of cocktails and beers. So drown the Monday blues in mojitos, and party away with fellow cosmopolitans.
Industrial decor sets the tone in this dark club with metal floors and a metal ceiling; this is the place to dance, dance and dance. The DJ mainly sticks to techno, and the club dedicates special nights to internationally known DJs. No doubt, this is one of the best nightclubs in Barcelona. The door policy is not strict at all, and it is easy to find people outside giving out fliers to get in for free. That's why the club is usually crowded. Besides, it's only 2200 square feet (200 square meters)! On the top floor, the music is more commercial.
Sala Razzmatazz is a mecca for live concerts in Barcelona. Established in 2000, this club is home to five unique spaces that host top artists on the national and international music scene. Their events calendar is busy throughout the year and attracts varied patrons ranging for local music fans to traveling aficionados. The likes of Coldplay, Kanye West, David Byrne, Arctic Monkeys, The Strokes and Franz Ferdinand have taken centerstage here, representing an eclectic range of genres – from pop and rock, to indie and electronic.
Pacha BCN is one of the most popular nightclubs in Barcelona. It has everything a party might need: a young beautiful crowd and the best house sessions in town. Its close location to the university area makes it the perfect spot for sponsored college parties. The fact that it is part of the Pacha franchise, which owns the most famous house club of Ibiza, ensures the quality of its parties and DJ sessions. A happening place for everybody who feels young.
Located right next to the luxurious and grand Hotel Arts Barcelona and overlooking the spectacular Barceloneta beach, lies the wonderful Opium Barcelona. This is a restaurant, bar, lounge and nightclub, all rolled into one. While the restaurant boasts of a unique Euro-Asian cuisine, the bar offers a delightful range of Spanish wines and other spirits. Come here for a distinctly elegant dining experience with your loved ones or to dance the night away to some of the best tracks spun by leading DJs.
Club Bikini attracts large crowds because of the stylish decor and the music. It is divided into three rooms (salas)-Sala Rock for dance music and rock, Sala Arutanga for salsa and other Latin rhythms, and Sala Dry for light music where you can have a drink and chat with your friends. The club organizes live concerts which regularly feature well-known international artists. In addition to this, the club is also available for private events like press conferences, award ceremonies, and cultural events.
Functioning only between the summer months of May and September and located in Montjuic , La Terrrace Club is a very popular open air nightclub. The party here begins only after midnight and lasts until wee hours of morning. It has been favored by many internationally celebrated DJs including Bob Sinclair and Roger Sanchez. The music vibe here is mostly Techno and House, and the crowd usually comprises of serious music lovers. This club garners more importance during the annual Sonar Festival which begins every June.