Magic is the place to head if you have had your fill of Barcelona's obsession with minimal techno. This is the city's indie club of choice. Each weekend sees fun-seekers and scallywags queueing down the street for a night of 80's pop, soft rock and disco classics.
Magic Club has a capacity of about 1000 people across two large and sweaty dance floors. The DJs are locals, and this crowd are not here for celebrity DJs. You can expect to hear everything from Madonna to Morrissey to Guns n Roses on a night out in Magic.
Magic Club attracts a fun-loving and young crowd. The dance floors are slippy, and the bars are smoky, so this is not the place for high heels and silk dresses. Indie and pop lovers from around the world come to dance to songs that they can sing along to and there's a few hoping for a goodnight kiss at the end of the night.
Opening days: Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Public Holiday
Opening hours: 23:00 - 06:00
Metro: Jaume I (Yellow Line, L4).
Magic Club is less than ten minutes walk from the metro. As you leave the metro, cross over Via Laietana and head down the street that is directly in front of you - Calle Princesa. Walk all the way to the end of Calle Princesa, where you will see a park (Parc de la Ciutadella). Turn right and walk along Passeig de Picasso and you won't miss the queue of people waiting to get into Magic on your right.
Passeig de Picasso, 40
08003 Barcelona, España.
Location Map for Magic Nightclub
Because Magic Club offers unpretentious fun and silliness in a city that is full of techno clubs. It's conveniently located in the heart of El Born - close to some of Barcelona's best bars and restaurants. And it's a good place to bring a gang of friends who all have different musical preferences - there will be something for everybody on Magic's dance floor.