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Often it happens that many locals and nightclubs only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, but you, you come to Barcelona for a few days and enjoy the day and night so you want to go out at night in Barcelona on weekdays. Do not worry, we help you do!
Come up with a list of clubs to which you can go by day of the week you decide to go out at night!.
Go out at night in Barcelona on Monday
The Hello Mondays, near the beach, lets dance from 2345 until the body will endure.
Another good option is to enjoy the Nasty Mondays at Sala Apolo. There thematic Mondays are dedicated to skateboarding, surfing and snowboarding to rock, pop, indie, garage, electro rock and 80’s.
Go out at night in Barcelona on Tuesday
Apolo becomes “Nasty Mondays” at Crappy Tuesdays, a night of indie music and electro-pop.
The other option is near the beach. The Shoko Club, a very touristy place which often sounds hip-hop and house.
Go out at night in Barcelona on Wednesday
Near the sea also have the option Wednesday Opium Mar and night “Dream Night” with music House, Urban Charts. From 23.30h. until 5am.
Go out at night in Barcelona on Thursday
On Thursdays it seems that the city begins to activate. It is the day chosen by the university to celebrate their festivals, so you’ll see them all over the place.
A very typical place on Thursday is Nickhavana disco, where you will enjoy especially if you like Spanish music and Latin.
Another option is BCNorDie with indie music, disco and electro rock and several live DJs clicking.
Go out at night in Barcelona on Friday
Friday at last! Wherever you go, the doors are open, so choosing up to you;-)
Some of the best known are Razzmatazz, Zac Club, Opium, Sutton Club, Boo, Hide Club, Vintage, La Madame, Les Enfants …
Go out at night in Barcelona on Saturday
On Saturday, just exactly that on Friday, you’re spoiled for choice. Let’s go!
If you want a glamorous nightclub can go to Catwalk, beachfront, next to the casino. The main room is dedicated to house music and has hosted some of the best international DJs such as Axwell, David Penn, Martin Solveig and Roger Sanchez. Upstairs is the living Sky with urban rhythms with touches of funk and RnB.
Go out at night in Barcelona on Sunday
Sunday and do you still want more party? Come on!
The proposal that we do to end the week gets you a little further from the city, about 15 km, but there is a free bus service that offers the disco ROW14.
The location of ROW14 is very large and the experience of spending a night there!
With this little guide to to go out at night in Barcelona on weekdays you can enjoy the city day and night ;-). If ever you fancy a quieter plan, read our post about original bars in Barcelona to spend a nice time even at night.
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