Party Earth Review Guests shouldn’t be misled by the “Culture Club” tag in Boulevard Culture Club – there are no poetry jams, contemporary theater performances, or heated book debates going on here. What does go on at this flashy, multi... ... read full review
La Rambla, 27
93 301 62 89
Las Ramblas, Barcelona –
Guests shouldn’t be misled by the “Culture Club” tag in Boulevard Culture Club – there are no poetry jams, contemporary theater performances, or heated book debates going on here. What does go on at this flashy, multi-floored hotspot is a regular weekly program of dance nights and weekend-featured-DJs designed to draw in big numbers.
Patrons should expect a lively night as they explore the club’s three distinct areas, each of which keeps the musical styles varied enough for just about anyone’s tastes.
The biggest of these rooms is the Mirror Hall, which features a lounge area with red sofas and half moon windows that offer a perch from which to watch the activity on Las Ramblas, as well as a huge white-lit bar and large dance floor that vibrates with techno and minimal house.
The Hall’s stage is surrounded by mirrors, so the animated clientele can spy on other people’s moves or show off their own.
In the back, guests will find the popular Bad Room, a long narrow space with a small bar that is always packed with a mix of hip regulars and scruffy travelers dancing to hip-hop and R&B.
Upstairs is the aptly-named Red Room, whose funky wall lights and mirror ball set the backdrop for dancing to unapologetically popular pop hits with a bit of rock and dance thrown in for good measure.
Regardless of their musical tastes, the diverse and energetic crowd that packs into Boulevard Culture Club definitely isn’t looking to spend the night sitting down.
Mix of regulars and travelers, 20 to 35.
Resident and guest DJs play techno, electro, and house in the main room, and hip-hop, R&B, and funk in the back room. The Red Room features retro tracks on the weekends.
Cover charge €10–€15. Beer €5, mixed drinks €8+.
Casual during the week, smart casual on the weekends.
Monday and Wednesday night parties are usually hot, though there’s a guaranteed crowd pretty much every night. DJs from Ibiza spin house and electro on the weekends.