L3 (Paralelo stop)
During the two-and-a-half years of its existence in Barcelona and Madrid, Anti-Karaoke has become one of the most intense party nights in all of Spain. Each night a community of 300-600 curious and creative people turn out — all drawn by the friendly, participatory atmosphere of the show.
Created by the North American comic Rachel Arieff, Anti-Karaoke takes place every Monday in Barcelona at the Apolo Club. Oh yeah, it’s also a karaoke. A karaoke like no other, where the participants literally turn into rock stars and, over the course of 3 hours, create an exciting show where no two nights are ever the same. Indeed, dear friends, Anti-Karaoke is an effective antidote to the dreary karaoke rooms that plague humanity like Celine Dion’s repertoire.
In contrast to typical karaokes, Anti-Karaoke offers sound quality equal to that of a live concert, a repertoire of more than 500 of the greatest songs from the history of rock and pop (all versions in English and sonically faithful to the originals), a table full of costumes onstage to enable spur-of-the-moment transformations, and 100% rock-n-roll attitude. Anti-Karaoke is an alternative to the typical nightlife of cities like Barcelona and Madrid, where the options are confined to discotheques, bars, and concerts. Come experience the madness for yourself!