New Year's Eve in Barcelona is generally enjoyed differently to in other countries. The night typically begins with a long dinner shared with family or friends (for more information see our Guide to Spanish Cultural Christmas Traditions. Link at the foot of this page). This dinner sees in the New Year. It is not until after this that younger people start to head out to clubs and bars. For this reason a lot of the clubs don't really get going until after 02:00. You may choose to book somewhere to eat out for dinner prior to hitting the clubs. Alternatively, you could choose one venue that covers all aspects of the evening, including food. I have taken a detailed look into what sorts of places could provide a perfect venue in Barcelona for New Year's Eve and chosen some of the most interesting options.
Getting around on New Year's Eve can often prove to be difficult. Thankfully, the Metro will be running all night, meaning that you will not need to rely on taxis - leaving options open for heading further afield.
This super-club could prove to be a first-class choice for New Year's Eve. With five rooms playing all different genres of music, there really is something for everybody. This may prove useful if you are hitting the town with a large group of people - although, once you are through the doors of the club there is a high possibility that you will not be able to find them for the rest of the night!
For more information on Razzmatazz the club, please check our Guide to Gig Venues in Barcelona.
|The Crowd at Razzmatazz|
08018 Barcelona, España.
(for Razzclub, Pop Bar & Rex Room)
Carrer Pamplona, 88
08018 Barcelona, España.
(for The Loft & Lolita)
Metro: Marina or Bogatell (Yellow Line, L4)
Shops: FNAC (the main one is in Plaça de Catalunya)
To inquire ticket price from abroad:
Tel: +34 90 215 0025
Times: 22:30 - 07:00
Razz Club - Indie and Pop
The Loft - Techno and Deep House
Lolita - Electro, House and Dub
Pop Bar - Indie
Rex Room - Electronica-Rock
At the top of of the W Hotel you will find the stylish and spacious Eclipse bar. Sitting in the 26th floor, this cocktail bar offers views of the sea and the whole of Barcelona from its floor to ceiling windows. If you are in search of a venue in Barcelona where the fashion conscious people will be seeing in the new year, this is the perfect place to head to. DJs will be spinning handbag house and electronica.
W Barcelona Hotel
Plaza de la Rosa dels Vents, 1
08039 Barcelona, España.
Tel: +34 93 295 2800
Web: Official W Hotel website
If you are craving a no holds barred dance session this New Years Eve, Apolo may be one of the best options.
Apolo is a central Barcelona venue and ticket prices are reasonable considering the date.
For more details on Apolo as a venue please see our Guide to Gig Venues in Barcelona.
Nou de la Rambla 111
08004 Barcelona, España.
Metro: Paral.lel (Purple Line, L2) and (Green Line, L3)
Tel: +34 93 441 4001
Moog is well-known as one of Barcelona's most important techno clubs. It sits right in the centre of town, less than two minute's walk from the Ramblas, making it a good option for some after-dinner New Years raving. It will be open all night and offers banging tunes in a dark and sweaty setting - not for the faint hearted!
Keep an eye on their website for the New Years Eve line-up.
Arc del Teatre 3
08002 Barcelona, España.
Tel: +34 93 319 1789
Shoko Club offers a beach-side location for seeing in the new year. As opposed to some of the other clubs this is a venue that will allow you to arrive earlier and spend your whole night there. Shoko offer dinner followed by a clubbing experience. On New Years Eve they will offer a ticket that covers both - contact them on the number below for further details.
Paseo Maritimo de la Barceloneta, 36
08003 Barcelona, España.
Tel: +34 93 225 9200
Web: Official Shoko Website