Razzmatazz is a concert hall and disco founded in 2000 after the disappearance of the mythical Zeleste. The Zeleste room opened its doors in 1973 on Argenteria street in the Born district and subsequently moved to the building that Razzamatazz now occupies in the Parc i La Llacuna del Poblenou quarter, an old carpet and print factory. Different owners but something in common, Zeleste was a reference of the culture of leisure and night of Barcelona, and Razzmatazz still is, but on a larger scale: it was the first concert hall in Spain to program five different spaces every day of the week. The name of the venue refers to the song of the same title by the British band Pulp, led by the charismatic Jarvis Cocker.
Razzmatazz, 5 Rooms, 5 Clubs
Fridays and special days
- Fire: Hip Hop, Drill, Baile Funk, ReggaetÓN, R&B, Afrobeats, Dancehall and Soundcloud Edits.
Rooms: 1, 4 and 5
- La1: Room 1 - The most transversal room of the club, where all the sensibilities of Razzmatazz come together. The best live shows and DJs in clubbing.
- Popbar: Room 4 - 80s, 90s and 00s theme parties.
Rooms: 2 and 3
- Human: Room 2 - Electronic music club to enjoy in a comfortable and human way.
- Lolita: Room 3 - The most experimental and eclectic corner of Human.
- El Dirty: Hits, Dance Pop, Reggaeton and Mamarracheo.
- Mandanga: Hits, Pop, Perreo and Oldies.
The best international and local artists
Razzmatazz has performed some of the best international and local artists of pop, rock and electronic music, such as Morrissey, David Byrne, Coldplay, Massive Attack, Orbital, Pulp, The Strokes, Blur, Smashing Pumpkins, Primal Scream, The Stone Roses, James Blake, Kraftwerk, Post Malone, Paul Kalkbrenner, Justice, Skrillex, The Hives, The 1975 or Kindness. Many of them, like Arctic Monkeys or Florence and the Machine, did so when they were barely known, before becoming world stars.
Where is it?
How to get there
Metro: L1 Marina / L4 Bogatell
Bus: 6, 136, V23, H14, N0, N8, N11