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Prague clubs music for all genres and very fair admission prices

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Prague  Music & Dance Clubs Guide

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Overview  Of The Club Scene In Prague

Clubbers in Prague are spoilt for choice and practically all venues are cheap when compared with leading cities in Western Europe. Many people reckon that the other thing the city has going for is the range of music that these clubs play.

Prague Clubbing Guide With Club Reviews

Lucerna, Stepanska 61 Praha 1 Prague 116 Tel no: 420-224-224-637- Lucerna is one of Prague’s Premiere Jazz clubs. It’s an entertainment complex which also contains a pleasant restaurant and a cinema. The small nightclub caters to the needs of rock and jazz enthusiasts. On Friday and Saturday nights its like a 80’s and 90’s Music Video Disco which has made Lucerna reputable in recent times. Lucerna represents good value for money for the customer. There is whole host of Live musical performances here on a regular basis. They shut their doors between 4 and 5 in the morning. website

Lavka, Novetneho Lavka 1 Lavka is a Mainstream Dancing Club located right next to the Charles Bridge. Many sit in the comfy seats outside to enjoy the spectacular view of Prague’s most famous bridge. It’s renowned for enticing attractive single Czech Girls who are on the prowl for Expats doing their duty in the Czech capital. You can absorb the delights of a cocktail outside in the beautiful surroundings of the club’s garden.  The Decor is modern as the club had to be completely refurbished after a flood that hit the city. Entry on a Saturday night is a little steep at around 100CZK. website

Double Trouble Melantrichova 17 Prague 110 00 – Trouble is a wild bar located next to the Old Town Square which has local and International DJ’S appearing here six nights a week. It’s usually the kind of joint you start rather than conclude your evening at. Drink Prices are pretty reasonable and the Young clientele tend to create a warm atmosphere. The music is predominately Upbeat  Euro Pop and House Tunes. The service received by many was of a high standard. Sun-Thurs 7 – 4 am and Fri and Sat 7- 5 am. Admission is free of charge. website

M1 Lounge, Masna 705 Praha Stare Mesto- M1 is situated in the Old Town and is known for playing a wide range of Musical genres. There’s a style of music for most tastes as You can hear everything from Indie to Hip Hop and House. It’s an atmospheric   club  which has interesting  themed nights on occasion. You are unlikely to find better hospitality in any other club in the city.  Opening times are 7 pm  to 5 am Daily and is closed for business on Monday’s .website

Sedm Vlku [Seven Wolves] Vlkova 7, Zizkov – Sedm is a Reggae venue which may alter slightly dependant on that night’s DJ. There is Hard house R N B and Techno for the more typical European clubber. The Upstairs is more suited for those who wish to have a quiet chat and beer and downstairs is where the hardcore partying takes place. There is broad selection of beverages particularly cocktails and  all at a fair price.  A favourite amongst ex pats, Entry is free every night of the week. website

Akropolis Palace Club  Kubelikova street 27, Prague 3 – Zizkov  – Internationally acclaimed Czech cultural venue which occasionally features music nights between exhibitions concerts modern theatre productions. Music nights feature BreakBeat Deep House Down-Tempo Drum’n’Bas Dub Hip-Hop Jazz Punk Reggae Ska & Punk.   Music nights here are the subject of good reports but you will need to check the website for dates and

Cloud 9 Club Pobrezni 1, Prague 8 – Karlin: Well promoted but aptly named club on the 9th floor of Prague’s Hilton Hotel – designed to appeal to those ‘jolly’ types’ who like to look down on others and pay dearly for the experience. Decor is impressive and the presence of professional ladies obvious. The music which finishes at around 2am is loosely Breakbeat Chill-Out Disco House Latino and Jazz. The dress code is smart and glamorous – no sportswear or trainers. website

Club Lavka Prague: Novotneho Lavka 1, Prague 1 – Old Town Riverside.- Underneath the Charles Bridge this 24 hour club has 2 dance floors – one of which is open air – a gym a restaurant and numerous bars. Club frequently present live bands especialy in the summer. Music generally comprises of Dance Disco House, , Rock, RnB, Salsa. Good place to meet and eat with a useful gym for tourists musically ok. website

Cross Club Prague:  Plynarni street 23, Prague 7 – Holesovice District = Free thinking underground music club on the ground floor and basement cellar of a house in Prague’s old industrial area. The light show here is second to one – it probably has at least one of every club lighting accessory ever made a ‘back to the future ‘ experience. The music is equally broad with Acid, Beat-Box BreakBeat Dance-Hall Drum’n’Bass Dub Electro FreeTekno Gabba HardCore Hip-Hop Jungle Psychedelic Trance Reggae Ska Techno Tech-Trance Tech-House & Noise-Core. The DJs / MC’s frequently hold dance parties supported by a range of live acts. -One of Europe’s musical must do’s as the lights have to be seen to be believed. website

Karlovy Lazne Club Prague: Smetanovo nabrezi 198, Prague 1 – Old Town Riverbank – Situated next to the Charles Bridge on the old town side of the river this club is country’s largest dance club and is comprised of five clubs on five levels. It is open all night every day of the week and probably one of the fairest priced clubs in Europe with admission charges up to €6 after 9pm but often half price before that. The music featured includes Disco DownTempo Electro Hip-Hop House Music Rap Techno Trance, , RnB, , Chill-Out, 60′s, 70′s, 80′s & Rnb all played by professional European DJ’s. Club also has a Music Cafe with useful free internet access. Well run safe club which does not rip clubbers off and is one of Europe’s gems and a good place for getting taxis afterwards. website

Le Clan Club Prague: Balbinova street 23, Prague 2 – Vinohrady – World famous private music club near Wenceslas Square famous for its after hours party’s for musics most acclaimed artists. Music played includes DownTempo, Deep House & House. website

Matrix Club Prague:Konevova street 13, Prague 3 – Zizkov =   A little off the beaten track in Prague 3 this club offers Indie music which is difficult to track down in Prague and reasonably priced draft beer. Other sounds include Blues BreakBeat Cross-Over Drum’n’Bass EBM Free-Tekno Hip-Hop Industrial Jungle, Psy-Trance RaggaJungle Reggae Techno & Rock.  Decent Club – popular with locals .website

Mecca Club Prague: U Pruhonu street 3, Prague 7 – Holesovice. – Closed for renovation check website for opening date Well established club which often features dance parties and live bands. Offers good food as well. Music narrative concentrates on Disco, Electro Funk Hip-Hop House Progressive Soul & RnB. and a favourite of locals website

Radost FX Club Prague: Belehradska street 120, Prague 2 – Vinohrady –  internationally recognised as one of Prague’s best clubs and often populated by DJs from other European club scenes. The restaurant within it offers well prepared food. Music genre is Disco, Electro Funk Garage Hip-Hop House Progressive R&B Speed Techno & Trance. They really know their stuff here check it. website

Roxy Club Prague: Dlouhá street 33, Prague 1 – near the Old Town Square – The friendly ambiance in this very cosmopolitan club is exceptional – the venue in the centre of the old town is is also used for concerts and theatre productions. You will need to check the website for genre which is likely to include Alternative Dance Music Drum’n’Bass Electro Hip-Hop House Jungle Rock Techno & Trance. : In recent years this club has attracted numerous international renowned and respected DJs and artists in all of the above fields of music. Well worth checking whats on at their website

XT3 Club Prague: Rokycanova street 39, Prague 3 – Zizkov – In some quarters this is the club is referred to as the one DJs choose as it has a distinct air of professionalism. Its is famous for its dance parties. Music ranges from Alternative Dancehall Drum’n’Bass Dub Electro Free-Style Hip-Hop JungleMetal Reggae Rock PunkRock & Trip-Hop. .website



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