Brand new nightclub to open in Barcelona this weekend
Les Enfants Brillants looks to “accommodate a different club experience”
This coming weekend, a brand new nightclub is opening up in central Barcelona named Les Enfants Brillants.
The 400-capacity club sets up for the first time in Carrer de Guàrdia just off the city’s Gothic Quarter from the same team behind Barcelona’s Input club in Poble Espanyol.
"With the opening of Les Enfants Brillants we seek to accommodate a different club experience in every way we can," the club’s manager, Álex Molina, said on its opening.
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The nightclub will "create an atmosphere in which the public feels comfortable while immersing themselves in a world of hedonism in which they can enjoy good music every week,” he added.
Opening this weekend on April 16, Les Enfants Brillants first club night features just two artists, Ferro and Monile for an “unforgettable opening”. “We hope to see you all for this first dance,” the club announced.
The club night’s second event will take place just a day later on Sunday, April 17, welcoming in “one of the mainstay artists of the French minimal scene”, Traumer, for his Les Enfants Brillants debut.
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“The Parisian is going to translate his passion for drums and percussion into certified dancefloor magic. Get ready to enjoy a versatile set where he will alternate genres mixing soft productions and more ecstatic tracks,” the club added.
Divided into two spaces, Les Enfants Brillants features a main room where DJs will play through a soundsystem made up of 12 L-Acoustics speakers. In the other half of the venue, an in-built cocktail bar allows for a step back from the dancefloor.
In the weeks following the club’s opening events, line-ups feature Priku, Josh Baker, Kid Moss, Javier Carballo, and a collaborative event with French promoters Yoyaku.
Find out more about Les Enfants Brillants here.
Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter