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We kick off the first weekend of November with one of our favourite sections: HIGHXTAR WEEKENDS. If you don’t have any plans for these days, we suggest some very interesting ideas to enjoy the capital.


Like every Friday, Razzmatazz turns into Fuego, the venue’s clubber response to the urban music scene that has been developing over the last few years. On this occasion, Cora Novoa with her experimental pop and La Fraicheur will be in charge of livening up the party with their DJ sets. You can already buy tickets through this link.


This Saturday don’t miss the new edition of the Monumental Club Festival at Monumental Square. During the day Carlota Flâneur will liven up the party with her colourful pop and in the afternoon the Madrid band Shego will continue the show with their pop punk spirit. In addition, DJ Coco, a legendary Apolo selector, and Pepe will be playing. You can already buy tickets through this link.


The Moco Museum arrives in Barcelona. Located in the Born district, this new space dedicated to modern and contemporary art, originally from Amsterdam, has become iconic for combining the best works of artists such as Warhol, Banksy, Basquiat, Damien Hirst, Keith Haring or Yayoi Kusama, along with emerging artists. Tickets are now available at the following link.

And if you are in Madrid, don’t miss HIGHXTAR Weekends | What to do in Madrid.