The time when Palma appeared to wake after a long hibernation just as summer approached is long gone, for a few years now, the nightlife is no longer exclusive to the summer season and locals and visitors can enjoy lively evenings with a wealth of entertainment and leisure venues on offer, including bars, cocktail bars, nightclubs, and pubs with live music.
Are you looking for somewhere to listen to live music as you enjoy an exclusive cocktail or a glass of your favourite tipple? Close to Nivia Born Boutique Hotel, particularly in the neighbourhoods of La Lonja, Santa Catalina, and the Paseo Maritimo, there are places that offer something to please everyone.
El Cielo del Born
Nivia Born Boutique Hotel is a good place to start off an evening in Palma. Every Thursday throughout the warmer months, the hotel’s rooftop bar is ready to welcome you with live music from the best DJs and performances from trending artists at its themed afterworks. Five-star luxury comes to El Cielo del Born –the name of this magical venue– with delightful cuisine (exquisite pinchos and tapas), exclusive cocktails, and music nights.
This authentic Irish pub in Santa Catalina will surprise you every Friday and Saturday night with live music from 11.30 p.m. Since 1996, Hogan’s is famous in the city for serving the best pints and televising all the big sporting events on big screens. It also has a delicious gourmet burger menu that can’t be beaten.
An intriguing music café whose name gives a clue to the type of music played: Spanish and international pop-rock for the nostalgic among us. Its calendar always includes live performances from singer-songwriters and bands that are the best in this genre.
Sunday nights are when you’ll likely see jazz and rock musicians get on stage at this pub in La Lonja. Sunday night is open mic night when amateur musicians can also take to the stage and perform. Are you up for it?
Originals and cover versions of songs from local, national, and international artists dedicated to rock, pop, funk, reggae, country, blues, jazz, Irish folk, etc. are what you’ll hear on a night at the Shamrock in Palma, every night of the week, on the Paseo Marítimo.
Afternoon sessions, resident DJs, and live music in a venue that has a dance floor, pool tables, and table football, so you can move to the rhythm of the latest hits and have fun with your friends.