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Clubbing in Barcelona

Dancing in Barcelona, the club scene!

Barcelona another city that never sleeps has a well-deserved reputation for having some of the best nightlife in Europe.

Nightlife in town gets started a little later than you might be used to! Bars in Barcelona don’t get busy until around midnight on weekends and close normally around 3 in the morning.

Most clubs do not get busy any time before the bars shut, and they’re open until 6 a.m.

Most clubs have free entrance before 2 am if you are on the guest list. Getting on the guest list of most clubs is easy, just click here.


Another option is the Barcelona Night Card from €9.50 on, Fast-track entrance into Barcelona’s top clubs and discotheques with just one ticket.

You’ll be able to get into different types of club for two or seven nights running depending on the type of music you want to listen to. 

With just one card you’ll be able to get into Barcelona’s most fashionable night clubs:


Aire, Arena Sala Classic, Arena Sala Madre, Bikini Barcelona, Boulevard Culture Club, Catwalk, City Hall Dance Club Concept, Club Costa Breve, Hyde Club, La Terrazza, Les Enfants, Luz de Gas, Macarena Music Club, Mirablau Barcelona, Moog, Oak Club Barcelona, Opium Barcelona, Otto Zutz Club, Pacha Barcelona, Pacha Sitges, The Bunker, Sala B, Sala Tango, Slow Club, Small’s Barcelona, Soho the Club, Sutton Club, Shôko Restaurant Lounge Club and Up&Down/Lover Barcelona.


For getting to and from your nightlife, there are a few different options: the metro, the bus and the night bus, and taxis.

The metro runs until midnight during the week, 2 a.m. on Fridays, and all night on Saturdays. Taxis are generally inexpensive, so they’re also a good option.

Pacha club Barcelona, Barcelona dance scene

Music: As Pacha Barcelona is part of the worldwide notoriety brand it is easy to attract the best national and international DJs from the current music scene.

 DJ´s as  Bob Sinclar, Robbie Rivera, and Claptone have all brought there beats to the dancefloor and also Luciano, Davide Squillace or even Sven Väth have done so in the Sight nights.

Entree fee: entrance is free until 2 am ( if on the guest list ) or  €20 to enter with 2 drinks included.

Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 38, Barcelona, Spain


Apollo club, Barcelona dance scene

Music: Every party has its own stipulated musical style. On Mondays, Nasty Mondays bets on hits, indie-rock and pop.

When Crappy Tuesdays opens on Tuesday, it focuses on the purest indie sound, while Caníbal, on Wednesdays, focuses on the urban sounds of trap, dancehall, afrobeat and even reggaeton.

Cupcake brings back the pop and commercial sound aimed at university audiences and, on weekends, Nitsa Club brings the best underground electronic producers and DJs from the international scene to Barcelona.

Entree fee: 8 € to 15 € + 1 free drink included 

Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 113, Barcelona, Spain


Opium Barcelona, disco in Barcelona

Music: Most of the most famous international DJs are used to playing in Opium Barcelona.

David Guetta, Tiesto, Avicii, and Armin van Buuren regularly pass through this venue every summer, helping Opium build a brand as one of the best nightclubs in Barcelona for EDM lovers.

Entree fee: entrance is free until 2 am ( if on the guest list ) or  €20 to enter with 2 drinks included.

Razmatazz, clubbing in Barcelona

Music: Razzclub, The Loft, Lolita, Pop Bar, Rex Room and the lounges 1, 2 and 3 are all part of the Razzmatazz club and have been witnesses to the best international and national artists in genres such as pop, rock and electronic music.

Artists such as David Byrne, Coldplay, Orbital, Pulp, The Strokes, Kanye West, Blur, Belle and Sebastian, Richie Hawtin, Jeff Mills, Kraftwerk, Paul Kalkbrenner, Justice or Skrillex, just to name a few, have performed in Razzmatazz.

Many came when they were barely known, taking the stage for the first time in Spain at Razzmatazz before becoming famous worldwide. Expect a social and non-pretentious atmosphere.

It’s located in Barcelona’s industrial urban district of Poblenou. Don’t be surprised if you lose all your friends (and maybe your mind) within the labyrinth of rooms. 

Entrance fee:  Entrance ranges from €8 to €15 with 1 drink included. To avoid waiting in the huge queue and in order to save €5 or €10, tickets should be bought in advance.

Carrer Almogàvers, 122, Barcelona, Spain


Clubbing in Barcelona

Music: The fact that different promoters cover the artistic program of the venue means that we can enjoy everything from techno options such as Ben Sims, Ben Klock or SNTS to melodic music artists such as Worakls, Konstantin Sibold or Edu Imbernon, without forgetting the groove of Jamie Jones, Hot Since 82 or Los Suruba.

Entrance fee: between €10 and €20

Avda. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia 13, Barcelona, Spain


La terraza Clubs in Barcelona

Music: Here, you can find a good selection of electronic music. La Terrazza has been making Barcelona’s people dance for more than 20 years with artists like Magda, Format B, Moscoman, Derrick May or Raxon.

Entrance fee: 19 € + 1 free drink 

Sutton Clubbing in Barcelona

Music: Sutton has two rooms. One is for electronic hits, dance music and the best EDM of the moment. The other one is for that music called “Pachanga”. With reggaeton as its main weapon, they’ll make you dance until 6 am.

Entrance fee: between €15 and €20 with 1 long-drink included.

Shôko Clubbing in Barcelona

Music: Regarding the music style, Shôko offers hip-hop, RnB and EDM nights. The club has received top-notch international artists such as Kaaris, Lil Wayne, Quintino, Borgeous and many more.

Entree fee: entrance is free until 1 am ( if on the guest list ) or  €15 to enter with 1 drink included.

Bikini club Barcelona, clubbing in Barcelona

Music: On Saturday nights, NOM lets the tribal, melodic, and deep house conquer the place. On other nights, Bikini offers commercial music in a less serious atmosphere than usual.

On Saturdays, Bikini brings together electronic music lovers aged between 25 and 35 or even 40.

Entrance fee: Tickets range from €5 to €15 depending on the guest artist and which ticket release is active.

Otto Gutz, Clubbing in Barcelona

Music: Every night spins hip-hop, RnB and commercial and house hits at the hands of local resident DJs.

This is the place to come to feel Barcelona’s highlife party style. Located in the Gràcia neighborhood, the venue follows the same classy atmosphere as the popular beach clubs, minus the hordes of international tourists. 

Entrance fee: €12 with 1 drink before 2 am or €20 after including 2 drinks

Makarena club, Clubbing in Barcelona

Music: Techno, electro, EBM, leftfield house, and disco. What is more difficult to find in Macarena is the massive big-room techno and the groovy tech-house that triumphs so much in big venues.

Macarena is looking for niche proposals for demanding eardrums. This nightclub has a legal capacity of 84 people.

Yes, it is a micro-club. There are several in Barcelona, but this is the best of them all: Funktion One sound and open seven days a week.

Entrance fee:  between €5 and €10 

multiclub, clubbing in Barcelona

Music: Techno. Mainly, industrial techno music at high revolutions and away from the most mainstream spotlights. Ah! And open every day. From Monday to Sunday. No exception.

The concept is the same: quality underground electronic music for the real experts in the techno genre.

Entrance fee: between 5€ en 8€

CityHall Clubbing in Barcelona

Music: CityHall is established with two main proposals.

One, faces the tourist public with remembered music and hits and the other, faces the fans of electronic music with some of the most current techno and minimal big-room proposals. CityHall is another club that opens (almost) every day.

Entrance fee: between 10€ and 12€


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