Get Funky and Swayed! Razzmatazz Barcelona Is Your Place

If you’re up for a big night out in Barcelona you’ve come to the right place.

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Located in an industrial part of El Poblenou not too far from downtown Barcelona. Razzmatazz is innovative and is designed for very demanding clients. This club is ideal to celebrate any kind of event as the multi-space transforms according to the needs of every individual client and their event. Razzmatazz has hosted a lot of concerts of bands and artists like Smashing Pumpkins, Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, and The Gossip, validating its high caliber. The club was established in 2000 and was the very first place in Spain to have such a wide variety of different musical styles in five different venues. The main space, called Razz Club, is known mostly for the latest international rock and indie acts.

The Loft, a favorite amongst followers of the best international electronic; a spacious room where you can find the most avant-garde sounds of Barcelona. Paul Kalkbrenner, Jeff Mills, Kevin Saunderson, Len Faki, Boys Noize, Ben Sims, Dave Clark, Floating Points, and The Black Madonna guarantee their well-deserved reputation. The Lolita room is the land of house, hip-hop, and dubstep.

In PopBar you can find an incredible mix of the best Pop Northern soul, technopop, electro-rock, twee-pop, 80’s, classic Indie, RnB and the most hyped songs of the moment, thanks to great guest DJs and first class residents.

Photo: Razzmatazz Facebook Account


Rexroom works as a kind of experimentation center where different styles converge: house, italo-disco, acid, gay house, and old-school electro. All have their own dance floor and numerous bars. The music policy is eclectic varying across nights and across the different spaces on the same night. Expect modern and forward-thinking music, covering everything from electro to pop to dubstep to disco. Upstairs in the Rex Room guys and girls dance to experimental sounds. For special events, such as the annual spooky RAZZLOWEEN PARTY hosted by the club, these rooms transform and take up different themes.


This club offers some of the best lineups for international big players. It is arguably Barcelona’s one and only super club. You could go to this club, choose one room and feel like you’d been in your own club all night. Alternatively, you can take an adventure to get lost in the maze of pumping dance floors and confusing corridors.



Being such a populous venue, getting a VIP table for your group can definitely be the wise decision to take for Razzmatazz. The VIP Tables and bottle service are cheaper compared to the other clubs; of course, the prices vary depending on which night you are visiting.


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Wednesday ( El Dirty )

The party has been going strong since 2009 with no signs of slowing down. DJs Purpur & Perotto Haavisto bash out guilty-pleasure dance-pop classics to crowds dressed in costume splitting the week in half with every cocktail. The night has spawned a second room called El Sucio where Latin rhythms and reggaeton get spun by The Valley Brothers. The entry fee varies, it typically starts at 6 pm and tickets range between €11.00 and €15.00

Friday ( Fuego )

It’s been a year since Razzmatazz club decided to answer the bell with a big hip hop and R&B night. What sets this apart is the live performances of various artists on stage as part of the Fuego Live where various live performances in hip hop and R&B music take the stage. You will find many international artists playing their mind-blowing sets on these nights. Entry fees vary between €15.00 and €20.00 depending on ticket type.

Saturday ( Trill )

This night plays host to the so-called laboratory of urban music at the Rex Room. It’s a great option for people looking to get down to R&B, trap, cloud rap, grime, and footwork.

The rotating list of house DJs like Sanatorija, Downites, Will Blake, and En Punto alternate with guest DJs to keep the whole vibe fresh and moving. Entry fees vary between €15.00 and €20.00 depending on ticket type.

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If you need a big Sunday afternoon session the folks at Razzmatazz have set up shop down




When there are live concerts Razzmatazz prices tend to change and the bad thing is if you have a concert ticket you can’t stay to enjoy the rest of the club. If bought at the door a regular ticket for Razzmatazz Barcelona with one drink will cost you €17.00 and up.

In order to guarantee entry (it’s not uncommon to sell out regardless of the enormous capacity) and get the lowest price, it is recommended to reserve in advance.


If you buy it online through club ticket giant Xceed you’ll get service in English, guaranteed line-skipping entry, and when possible a Razzmatazz entry fee at cheaper than door prices.

Simply click on the button below to go to the event calendar and order your Razzmatazz tickets. This option also comes with a drink.


The address is 122 Carrer dels Almogavers and it’s in the Poblenou neighborhood.

The closest Metro stops are Marina (red line L1) and Bogatell (yellow line L4). If you’re looking for a big one keep in mind that the metro is open all night on Saturday night.

Buses: 6/40/B20/B25/H14/H16.

Night buses: N0/N11.

Tram: T4.

Razzmatazz Club is five to ten minutes walk from the metro station. Leave the metro station and turn down Calle dels Almogavers. Walk down the road until you reach Calle Pamplona. Turn right down Calle Pamplona and you will see Razzmatazz in front of you on the left.

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  • Don’t lose the ticket they give you at the entrance, that’s how you get your free drink!
  • Drinks are considerably cheaper before 2:30.
  • As mentioned, set a meeting point with friends before! It’s not uncommon to get lost.
  • The coat check is at the right end of the main hall (if you leave from a secondary exit you’ll have to get back in from the main entrance to get your stuff back).
  • Don’t accept drinks from strangers unless you see it poured.


Razzmatazz is full of young, vibrant people who just want to have a great time. With a great selection of music in almost every genre possible, Razzmatazz is always filled with young, student crowds and party goers in their mid-20s. The minimum age requirement for Razzmatazz is 18 years for the ladies, and 21 years for the lads. As for the dress code of Razzmatazz, this club has a refreshingly fluid dress code policy. The dress code guide states “Casual”. This means that you can literally come to the club in your favorite T-shirt and a pair of jeans, and you will face no hassle with entry! As for the ladies, the dress code guidelines are the same! Whether you want to wear a nice dress, a skirt, pants, or shorts, you can have your pick. There is only one motto of the club, Be Comfortable.

Razzmatazz exudes an aura of crazy vibes and an amazing night to come. So fire away 🙂


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