Razzmatazz (or simply Razz) is a well known disco and concert hall of Barcelona. Its name refers to the song of the same title of the British band Pulp. It has five rooms where different types of music are programmed, although the styles that have more presence are indie pop, alternative rock and electronic music. The disco zone is divided into three rooms: the first has a capacity for 2,000 people; the second for 1,000 and the third for about 200 people. Razzmatazz was founded in the 2000s, after the disappearance of the Zeleste Hall (founded in 1973), a benchmark of the Barcelona nightlife. The disco is located in an old factory in the neighborhood of El Parc and Llacuna del Poblenou. The nearest metro stations are Marina and Bogatell. It is located at 122 Almogávares Street but has another access on Pamplona 88. The 5 club rooms are: Razzmatazz club (indie rock and alternative rock), The Loft (techno and electro), Lo.li.ta (minimal and electroclash), Pop Bar (electropop and indiepop), Rex Room (hard-techno and dark wave).
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