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One more week, from the HIGHXTAR team we are in charge of collecting the best plans to enjoy the weekend to the maximum. For all those without ideas… Pay attention, here are our weekly recommendations.

FRIDAY 18TH NOVEMBER

The weekend kicks off with a very special musical session. Tonight, C Marí and Raul Clyde land at Sala Clamores to delight us with an exclusive live show. Tickets for today’s concert are sold out but… don’t worry, they’ll be back at the same venue on Sunday 20th. Get your ticket for the second date by clicking here.

 

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Una publicación compartida de Marí (@cmcerv)

And at the end… We go to La Discoteca to enjoy some dancing with El GG, VCKLS and ERRE CONWAY. Our trusted club one more Friday sponsoring our best nights. There are still tickets left… Don’t miss yours.

 

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Una publicación compartida de LA DISCOTECA (@la.discoteca)

SATURDAY 19TH NOVEMBER

Naturaleza Encendida. ORIGEN arrives at the Royal Botanical Garden with a new installation in which you can take a journey to the heart of nature and discover the origin of living beings through mycology. A fascinating luminous and dreamlike experience not to be missed. Find out all the information by clicking here.

And at night… Techno again one more Saturday at Trueno (Sala El Sol) where Simón García and xandru will delight us with the best musical selection. Click here and get your ticket.

 

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Una publicación compartida de Trueno (@truenoclub)

SUNDAY 20TH NOVEMBER

From 16 November to 27 February, the Museo Reina Sofía‘s Sabatini Building is exhibiting an interesting reflection on the emergence and evolution of the portrayal of subaltern identities (workers, servants, proletarians, beggars, the dispossessed) from the birth of photography until the turn of the century (between the revolutions of 1848 and the Russian Revolution of 1917) and within the framework that the historian André Rouillé calls the “empire of photography”: the irruption of a new visual regime that became an instrument for the system of bourgeois, industrial and colonial culture in the second half of the 19th century.

And if you’re in Barcelona… Don’t miss HIGHXTAR Weekends | What to do in Barcelona.

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