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Barcelona’s Lesbian Bars and Events

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Stop everything and grab your sangria, because we’re diving into the vibrant world of lesbian bars and events in Barcelona! Whether you’re a local or planning a visit to this fabulous city, you gotta know where the queer gals hang out and where the hottest events are going down. Barcelona is bursting with LGBTQ+ energy, and the lesbian scene is no exception. So, let’s spill the tea on the top spots for your next unforgettable night out.

Lesbian & Queer Events Barcelona

Pride Barcelona

First up, we’ve got the legendary Pride Barcelona. If you haven’t been, where have you been, hun? This massive LGBTQ+ celebration takes over the city, and it’s a whole vibe. Picture rainbow flags, live music, drag performances, and a whole lot of love. The parade is a spectacle you don’t wanna miss, and the after-parties are off the charts. Every queer gal in Barcelona is feeling the Pride vibes, and you should too!

Maricas

In their own words, Maricas is “FLINT* queer, techno, pervy and loving party”.

Founded by Eloisa Blitzer, ISAbella, and Gina Guasch in 2018, the Maricas collective has been shaking things up across Europe, hosting parties in 15 cities and launching a record label that celebrates “genre-fluid music.” Before Maricas, Barcelona’s queer clubbers lacked a dedicated space to rave to techno. Maricas stepped in to fill that gap, creating events where the queer community can dance freely and express themselves.

The trio emphasizes that queer nightlife in Barcelona is more about the people and collectives than specific venues. According to Maricas, some standout groups include MUSA Platform, Me Siento Extraña, Jokko Collective, Toro, and Latineo.

Girlie Circuit Festival

Oh, and how could we forget Girlie Circuit Festival? This event is the absolute highlight of the year for the lesbian community in Barcelona. It’s a week-long extravaganza featuring pool parties, concerts, beach events, and wild club nights. The vibe is next-level, and the memories you make here will be unrivalled. If you want a taste of pure queer bliss, this is where you need to be.

Lesbian & Queer Bars Barcelona

Punto BCN

Now, let’s talk bars. One spot that’s a must-visit is Punto BCN. This iconic bar has been a lesbian hotspot for years, and it’s no wonder why. The atmosphere is electric, the drinks are flowing, and the music is top-notch. It’s the perfect place to meet new friends, dance the night away, and just let your hair down. Punto BCN is like the heartbeat of the Barcelona lesbian scene, and you’ll feel the pulse as soon as you walk in.

Carita Bonita

If you’re in the mood for something a little more chill but still craving those queer vibes, we gotta talk about Carita Bonita. This place is like a funky living room filled with LGBTQ+ magic. Picture good vibes, delicious cocktails, and a cosy atmosphere that’ll make you feel right at home. It’s the perfect spot to unwind, have meaningful conversations, and maybe even snag a cute date. Love is in the air, baby!

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La Federica

La Federica knows how to throw a party that’ll leave you starry-eyed. With fabulous drinks, killer music, and a vibe that’s simply infectious, La Federica will have you dancing like nobody’s watching. Plus, the crowd is a beautiful mix of queers from all walks of life, so you’re guaranteed to meet interesting new friends or a potential love interest. Get ready to let loose, my friend!

Alright, there you have it. Barcelona is bursting at the seams with queer energy, and these lesbian bars and events are the cherry on top. So, grab your pals, throw on your best outfit, and get ready for a good night out. If we’ve missed any great lesbian spots in Barcelona then comment below and we’ll have it added to the article.

Team Nonchalant xx

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This article was written by one of our creative team writers here at Nonchalant Magazine.

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