What’s on this week in Barcelona: 06 – 12 January

No plans after your Spanish course in Barcelona? Wine Masterclass, Acoustic concert, D.R.O.P. and much more…

Monday, 06th January

  • Open Doors MADE Makerspace Barcelona: MADE is a space designed for designers, makers, fabbers and hackers to develop their projects and facilitate the development of a community. More info. We have open doors every Monday evening. You don’t have to reserve a spot in advance. Come meet us and see our space! Today from 19:00 to 20:00 at Made, Carrer de la Noguera Pallaresa, 59-61, LOCAL, metro Hostafrancs (L1). 


Tuesday, 07th January

  • Wine Masterclass with Laura Durán: The theme of our next “The Liquid Journey Series” will be about the life of the grape and how Familia Torres uses it to make wines and spirits. Education, tasting, innovation and versatility of a noble fruit.

    For free but you have to confirm the attendance and number of participants by Facebook via private message or by sending an email to artsrestaurants@ritzcarlton.com. Tonight at 19:15 at Hotel Arts Barcelona, Carrer de la Marina 19-21, metro Ciutadella Vila Olimpica (L4). 


Wednesday, 08th January

  • Acoustic concert: Three young people from Barcelona present themselves on this occasion with a repertoire inspired by their leading jazz and swing artists. A wide seasonal fan ideal for a winter Wednesday where there will be no lack of good cocktails and dishes to share. With the special collaboration of San Miguel Mahou. Free entrance

    Carla Motis: guitar Marçal Perramon: tenor sax Peru Peñafiel: double bass. Tonight at 20:00 at Artte, Muntaner 83C, metro Universidad (L1 and L2). 


Thursday, 09th January

  • La Ruta del Pincho – Carrer de Blai: In addition to being known for its beautiful places and history, Barcelona is known for its gastronomy. Los pinchos, a tradition that comes from the north, has reached the Mediterranean, and on this route we want to take you through the best restaurants. Every Thursday, in Carrer de Blai organises a pintxo route. Each venue participating has its own personality and charm. Come and enjoy a pintxo + a drink for € 2 in Carrer de Blai, metro Para•lel (L2 and L3) More information here. 

Friday, 10th January

  • DROP #17 ‘A 2020 Dance Party: It’s 2020 baby. You made it: new year, new you (lol), same groove. Let’s celebrate the opening of a new decade with a funkalicious boogie and the usual antics (some things never change). Joining us at the helm in our first rave of the year is Jad & The, the Berlin-based Australian producer who’s renowned for soulful grooves on one of the underground House scenes best labels, Toytonics.
    D.R.O.P is a monthly night celebrating true dance music culture. We welcome all those with open minds and open hearts. Let us take you on a musical journey through the history of House, Disco, Funk, Soul and Groove from the lofts of Chicago, Detroit and NY winding up in the basements of Berlin, Amsterdam and London. Our philosophy is simple: ‘Music is made for dancing, and everybody is equal on the dancefloor’. Join us in championing freedom of expression and celebrating diversity. 


Saturday, 11th January

  • Sri Lankan Curry NightIt is finally happening! A Sri Lankan dinner. Includes a beer. Mini lemon & raspberry tarts for dessert. It’s BYOB so bring all the drinks you want!
    I do recommend Beer as it goes well with Lankan food. First come first serve basis.
    Menu is up on their page. Cost 30€. Tonight at 20:00 at LOFT stories BCN, Poble Nou, metro Boatel. 

Sunday, 12th January

  • Live Bossa Nova music “Ganza”: The Brazilian Lari Antunes resident in Barcelona will offer on Sunday her particular journey through the universe of the most divine carioca genre of all -the one that was invented more than half a century ago by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes- and by other accents of the most rhythmic galaxy of all. Lari will be accompanied by a saxophone, cajon and guitar, a quintet of the most respected Brazilian music in the diaspora. He has traveled half the world, has rubbed shoulders with musicians such as Toninho Horta and has participated in festivals. The most tropical and universal music of all will fill with sensuality the walls of the fiftieth-century cava every thirty days. Tonight at 19:00 at OD Barcelona, C/ Aragón 300, metro Girona (L4). 

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