In the depths of the famous Poble Espanyol you can find one of Barcelona’s techno hubs, INPUT High Fidelity Dance Club. INPUT was born with one ambitious goal in mind: to make your night an incredible, out of this world experience. When you cross through the emblematic door that separates the medieval spirit of the old Spanish village nothing will be the same again. Your senses will sharpen, your mind will experience a sensory overload and you will witness unrivalled acoustics that will take you to a new level of music appreciation. Saying that, it’s not just music, it’s art; spectacle and creativity in its purest form.
Its unique, circular structure brings the audience even closer to the performing artists. The intimacy of the venue makes people forget about their differences and everyone dances and interacts together regardless of the language they speak. High ceilings and impressive balconies create the perfect atmosphere to house the eardrum penetrating sound system that leaves you absolutely helpless before a huge display of decibels. But that’s not all, the LED lighting and the latest generation audiovisual technology will take you into a world of psychedelia that will make saying goodbye to the night nearly impossible.
INPUT has an undeniable electronic culture. A wide variety of records, styles and disciplines have been played through INPUT’s booming speakers. Techno, tech-house, house, minimal and infinite derivations of these styles. Kölsch, Joris Voorn, Stephan Bodzin, Apollonia, Pan Pot, Adam Beyer, Robert Hood, Derrik May, Worakl's, Charlotte de Witte, Oxia, Marcel Dettmann and dozens of other names who have passed through this one of a kind room.
In terms of the dress code, trends and fashions are worthless here. Be yourself, be comfortable and dress as you want. The only thing we recommend is a good pair of shoes, otherwise you might burn through the soles on the dance floor.
The clubs is open every Friday and Saturday night as well as the night before some holidays. The opening hours are usually from 12:30 at night until the last beats sound at 6:00 in the morning.
Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia,