Sidecar Club is a small, dark and intimate club just off the Ramblas, in the heart of Barcelona. It opens every night of the week to bring an eclectic music selection to a young mix of tourists and locals.
Sidecar has a capacity of about 300 people. There is just one room where you will find the dance floor, a long bar and a small stage area. The music policy varies greatly depending on what night of the week you are there. Some nights of the week you will find bands playing there in the early evening. After midnight the DJs take over, playing anything from the new craze in modern dance music to good old fashioned rock and roll.
Sidecar's sweaty basement club attracts a younger crowd in search of a raucous night out. You will find a generous helping of travellers who come from the numerous youth hostels dotted around Plaza Reial. However it is also popular amongst local music fans supporting the Barcelona scene and dressed down for the occasion.
The club opens on every night of the week.
For the full schedule and line-up check the Sidecar website (see link below).
Metro: Liceu (Green Line, L3).
Head out of the metro station and right, heading down the Ramblas towards the port. Look out for Calle Ferran. On your left. Head down Calle Ferran until your see Plaza Reial to your left. You will see Sidecar club in your left as soon as you enter the square.
Plaça Reial, 7
08002 Barcelona, España.
Location Map for Sidecar Nightclub in Barcelona
Because Sidecar is packed every night of the week and sits in one of Barcelona's most famous squares, a stone's throw from the Ramblas. If you have an eclectic taste in music, you can come to watch the bands and then stay for the after-party. If your tastes are more specific, check the programme before your visit and one of the weekly nights is sure to prick your interest.