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Poble De Los Freaks | La Terrrazza Club
Open Air Club with DJ's
open air club | Sundays 17:00-22:00
the wild child of barcelona clubbing
Wild Fiesta | special guests | body painters | freak circus acts | eclectic music roller-coaster
28 July: Cancelled due to weather conditions this weekend
Opening Party Mega Early-bird tickets: SOLD OUT!
€18 €10 only 100 early-bird tickets per party available
Welcome to POBLE DEL FREAKS held at the amazing atmospherical open air fun club.
Ready to get loose with a sea of party animals inside the walls of old medieval Spanish town? Then fasten your seat-belts for Poble De Los Freaks, the weekly pop-up town in Poble Espanol for the weird, wild, and wonderful. With the motto “the more you are you, the more welcome you are,” almost anything goes in this temporary home for the bizarre.
Poble de los Freaks is a daytime festival where the crowd is the entertainment; the campy, gaudy, and extravagant partiers are the decoration. Take a spin on a mind-blowing musical roller coaster with DJs spinning electro, thumping house, hip-hop and dubstep. Toss your inhibitions aside and belt along to guilty pleasure sing-alongs. Go all out, let your freak flag fly and transform into one of Poble de los Freaks’ untamable revelers.
Poble de los Freaks – The wild child of Barcelona clubs: where abnormalities become the norm.
Jonny Bond (Ministry of Sound) | Ben Rainey (Ocean Club Ibiza)
Our hectic, eclectic roller coaster of bangers will be brought to you by DJs Fountain & Peter Kan from Amsterdam plus special appearances from Ministry of Sounds Jonny Bond from Ibiza, and Ben Rainey from Ocean Club Ibiza. They’re going to drop the wildest tunes to get this crowd of disco lunatics frothing at the mouth. The synergy between location, crowd and music will be enough for you to leave every last inhibition at the edge of the dance floor as you spend the day bumping and grinding to some seriously twisted beats
There’s no shortage of wild entertainment at the festival. We’re bringing you The Original Confettiman, a physics-defying upside down stilt walk, and the infamous Terror Twin Tap Dancers. If you need to catch your breath, bop over to our Go Fuck Your Selfie photobooth to snap a momento of your chaotic bacchanal.
the FREAKY MAKE-OVERS
Glitz professionals High on Hairspray and Glitter Banditzz will be on site to pimp your look to whatever your wild heart desires. Never fear if you’re a traveler and don’t have access to the party accessories you’d usually roll into an event like this with, just turn up and let our crazy team of disco freaks turn you into whoever you want to be.
Make it weird, make it wonderful, release your inner freak.
Prizes for the best dressed:
The dresscode is as eclectic as the music. Let your imagination run riot. Want to be extra freaky and need some help to become a colorful Poble del Freaks inhabitant? Book your appointment with one of our body painters to be painted on Sundays between 10.00 – 19.00 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets: €18 Pay €10 deposit now to and the rest on the door*
Stoke Travel Loyalty Discount: Pay €10 pre-reservation only and show boat party ticket at the door to redeem discount. To book a boat party ticket now click here
*€2 cultural heritage tax for entry into a protected local heritage site Poble Espanol on all full price tickets
5-10pm BUT Arrive early to see everything we have in store for you
Remember if you want to turn your inner freak into an outer freak before the event, make an appointment with one of our body/facepainters on email@example.com
Get baptized on the door by the Mayor of Poble De Los Freaks, and enter into our town of utter weirdness
Venue: La Terrrazza – Google maps: https://bit.ly/2xBiFtd, take the metro to Plaça Espanya (L1 y L3), or nightbuses: N1/3/14/15/16.
Payment: Bring the total outstanding amount of the group in cash (10€ per head includes [2 heritage tax ), no cards
ID: obligated, no picture
Priority access: Skip the line la Terrrazza by picking up your VIP bracelet in advance @ our beach shop: Carrer de la maquinista 4 – https://goo.gl/maps/ZMX7JnobviS9Gyjf7
Dresscode: Weird & wonderful – book a bodypaint session in advance: firstname.lastname@example.org or come early to the event to get glammed up by our freak make-over team.
La Terrrazza Club | Poble Espanol
Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 08001 Barcelona
Found inside Poble Espanol
Note: 2€ cultural heritage fee upon arrival)
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