Best Live Music Bars In Barcelona

It is no surprise that Barcelona, Europe’s city that never sleeps, holds plenty of bars.  If you are a fan of music, continue reading this article, as we will share with you 5 of the best live music bars in Barcelona.


Founded in 2000, the history of music in Barcelona is synonymous with the name Razzmatazz, a top national and international venue for culture and entertainment. located in a unique building linked to the industrial landscape of the city, and with a facade that is itself iconic. Major and lesser known artists and bands have all played at Razzmatazz, since its club sessions can accommodate groups of any kind, small outfits included, but all with a common denominator: their quality.

Address: C/ dels Almogàvers, 122, 08018 Barcelona
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 12.30am – 5.00am
Saturday – Sunday 1.00pm – 6.00am

#2 Shenanigans Irish Pub

Located just a few steps away from the famous Palau Guell, the Shenanigans, is an Irish pub founded 20 years ago, by Seamus Farrell. Whom was originally an English teacher at Barcelona University, before seizing the opportunity of developing a meeting place for both Irish residents and visitors. And it didn’t stop there, it also became a huge success with locals. It was the first Irish Pub to open in Barcelona. This pub is a great place to listen to music and watch a sports match.

Address: C/ Marqués de Barberà 11 (just off La Rambla) 08001 Barcelona
Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday /6pm-2am Saturday- Sunday / 2pm – 2.30am

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# 3 Sala Apolo

Sala Apolo club & discoteca en Barcelona

Located in the heart of the Paral·lel avenue, Apolo is one of the oldest dance halls in Europe and a national and international reference music venue. Every day of the week it hosts club sessions, concerts, cycles and other musical events in Barcelona. Heir to the club culture, it embraces all kind of music genres: rock, pop, indie, house, techno, disco, reggae, jungle, dub, dancehall, drum’n’bass, funk, reggaeton, trap, hip-hop among many other styles, the list is endless.

Address: Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 113, 08004 Barcelona

If you still aren’t tired after the concert, you can go partying at the Pacha club.

#4 Little Italy

Little Italy, live jazz in Barcelona - Gay Restaurant

Founded in 1998, Little Italy, revolutionized Barcelona’s traditional restaurant scene. Its success is mainly owed to the innovative spirit, which allowed the restaurant to adapt to the times and changing trends. The restaurant cooks essentially a mixture of Mediterranean and Italian cuisine. But this isn’t the typical restaurant because it also offers live jazz music. It is also located in the vibrant district of El Born.

Address: Rec 30, Pg. del Born, 08003 Barcelona
Opening Hours: (everyday) 13:00–16:00, 20:00–00:00

After drinking and listening to jazz music you can go to the party in  Hyde Club!

#5 Michael Collins

Founded in 1997, the Michael Collins Bar is an old-fashioned Irish Pub, nearby the emblematic Sagrada Familia.  It’s a very popular place, especially for tourists, where you can find a wide selection of beers and whiskey. They also serve homemade traditional food. It is a great place to listen to music or follow a sports game.

Address: Placa de la Sagrada Familia, 4,08013, Barcelona

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