Liverpool supporters emerged in the city centre on Tuesday evening, however the occasion was marred by some fans engaging in anti-social and racist behaviour whilst police were reported to have struck several Reds fans with batons.
The travelling fans were back on form on match-day as they peacefully congregated on La Rambla before making their way to Razzmatazz disco club.
BOSS Night, a regular event for match-going Liverpool fans, put on a performance at the club that was headed by singer Jamie Webster.
1,500 Liverpool fans singing Big Virg's name there. Up The Gorgeous European Reds. pic.twitter.com/SCRSYV05Ao
🎶 Na, na, na, na, na, Naby Keita!! 🎶
And Andy ROBBO!!!! pic.twitter.com/niY4w0dZud
Fellas here with their sons stood on their shoulders. Others who have travelled over with dads, brothers, best mates. All singing at the top of their lungs with arms round each other. This is what a Liverpool European away is about. pic.twitter.com/lKDL1DBdGN
"IS RIGHT" pic.twitter.com/BkmFF2ChMG
The Egyptian King 👑 pic.twitter.com/Z3sFyjr8Ri
Really can't exaggerate what an incredible job @aBOSSNight have done in pulling this off. A massive venue full of fans all enjoying themselves and showing how much it means to be in another European semi-final pic.twitter.com/I1S0tPYjPX
"Regardless of what happens at the end of this season - what a football team we support" says Jamie Webster pic.twitter.com/cqENLcMZgC
Thousands of other travelling supporters took over the rest of the bars and pubs across the city as they made their way to Camp Nou for the 8pm kick-off.