Passeig Marítim, 36, 08003 Barcelona
You have 2 ways to enter Shôko Barcelona. Choose your favourite.
- Join Aashi Guest List: Remember to arrive before the time limit, say at the door you are in Aashi Guest List and show the email with the confirmation.
- Book a VIP table: Book your table. You will have to pay there. The price of the table is in consumption (bottles, drinks, shishas, etc). A hostess will guide you to your table once you are in the club.
Vip table Booking
Which is one of the reference restaurants of Mediterranean and Japanese fusion cuisine, at nightfall it transforms into one of the most unique clubs in the Catalan capital, Shôko Barcelona. More than 12 years opening its doors to the public guarantee its reputation on the scene.
An atmosphere unlike any other club, with a huge space decorated with oriental influences. High ceilings, modernist structure, steel walls, ostentatious colors and a magnificent terrace just two meters from the sand of Barceloneta beach. Be careful, because, when you step on the terrace, you will be mesmerized by its luxurious decoration and its beautiful vegetation. Take your drink calmly and go back to the ring; inside is where the madness is unleashed thanks to a diverse and international environment, ideal to meet people and get carried away by its more than famous theme parties. A reputation that has led the club to host major events such as after-parties for concerts by artists such as Madonna, Elton John, Coldplay or The Killers, or host ceremonies such as 080 Fashion Week.
Shôko offers the best dance, hip-hop and r & b music with international DJs and also artists such as Rawliquor, DJ D-Wayne, Nouveaubeats, DVBBS, Sebastian Gamboa, Quintino, Borgeous, Afrojack and the local resident DJs such as Tony Storella, DJ Wrex and DJ Papis. His proposal is clear: hip-hop on Mondays, hits, r & b and house on Tuesdays, hip-hop and hits on Wednesdays, trap, reggaeton and hits on Thursdays, EDM, hip-hop and r & b on Fridays, hip-hop, house and r & b on Saturdays and EDM, hip-hop and r & b on Sundays.
The dress code is rather formal. The people who visit Shôko are usually groomed and well dressed. So now you know how to do it: girls, dress and heels and boys, shirt and shoes.
Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 36, 08005 Barcelona