Copenhagen Clubbing Guide + Clubs & Nightlife In Copenhagen

 Copenhagen Clubbing Guide – Music Dance Night Clubs

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Copenhagen Clubbing Overview

Copenhagen has a vibrant and eclectic club scene. The nightlife is fast paced and changes frequently the party doesn’t really begin until after midnight when die hard club creatures and exhibitionists thrive in a utopian atmosphere. They have a broad range of nightclubs offering something for all musical tastes and personalities. Clubbing is a more lucrative industry in the summer months when the temperature is better. Nightlife is spread across the city but two areas in particular Nyhvan and Boltens Gaard are littered with heaving  bars and nightclubs.

Copenhagen Clubbing Guide With Club Reviews

Vega Copenhagen Enghavevej – Vega is one of the Danish Capital’s premiere club nights. It’s an esteemed and cutting edge venue which attracts some of the finest Scandinavian and International DJ’s. Live bands are queuing round the block to play a gig at Vega.   as well as serving as a popular nightclub . Vega is also a renowned Cultural centre , hosting over 200 classical concerts a year.  Concerts start at 8 or 9 pm with club night afterwards finishing very late website

Nimb Bar Copenhagen Bernstorffsgade 5 –  Nimb Bar is a  fashionable nightclub which from the outside looks like a Danish Palace and specializes in creative and colourful cocktails. It’s a rather romantic and elegant looking venue which has garnered a reputation for as a haven for the City’s cocktail lovers. Their chandeliers are quite stunning and contribute to the amorous ambience of  Nimb.  Open 10 am to Midnight suring the week and 10 am to 1 am on Fri/Sat. Admission is usually free of charge. website

La Fontaine, Copenhagen Kompagnistraede 11 – Fontaine is an innovative hotspot located in the heart of Copenhagen. Some Top live Jazz and Blues acts perform here and it’s mostly populated by aspiring Musicians. It’s unique in that audience members are invited to jump up on stage and display their musical talents. Open till 2.30 am on Most nights. They hold Jazz and Blues festivals which have become some of the most notorious music festivals in Northern Europe. The entrance fee is usually between 5 and 12 Euro’s.  Drink prices are very affordable in comparison to most Copenhagen clubs. website

Rust Nightclub, Copenhagen Guldbergsgade 8 Norrebro – Rust is a large nightclub named in honour of Mathias Rust who is renowned for landing his  plane on Moscow’s Red Square back in 1987. They have the occasional Live concert and a small basement club which specialises in Electronic Dance Music. The DJ’s upstairs play more urban style of music like Hip Hop, R n B and other funky grooves. There’s a quaint and relaxed cocktail bar at the top of the club which serves fairly expensive alcohol. Entry fee is 50 KR/ Open from  9 pm till 5 am Weds-Sat. Over 21’s

Park Club, Copenhagen Osterbrogade 7 Pak Club is an Electronic Dance club located in the heart of Copenhagen. Open 11 pm till 5 am on Friday and 11 pm till 6 am On Saturday. Drink prices are costly in this extravagant venue. Music is predominately funky disco, house and alternative bootleg recordings.  Entry fee varies depending on the event but is usually somewhere between 60 and 120 KR.  Jack Marone  has been the resident DJ at this highly rated haunt since

Copenhagen Jazz House, Copenhagen Niels Hemmingsens  Gade 10 – The Copenhagen Jazz House is one of the city’s trendiest joints. Jazz enthusiasts rave about this place and after spending a night here, i can see exactly why. They host some top live Jazz acts which get the party started and  after they’re finished, there’s a cool Funk and Soul Disco party night. The Jazz House is arguably one of the biggest and most revered on the continent. Open Thurs-Sat Midnight till 5 am website

Isola Rock Music Club Copenhagen  Linnesgade 16 A – Isola is the city’s most happening Rock Club. It’s a down to earth venue which has a raucous crowd on most nights. They play all types of Rock from Indie to heavy metal and there’s a really bohemian feel to Isola. The service is generally very good. There are special offers on a variety of  drinks and they are open till 5 am from Thurs-Sat. website

Park Diskotek Copenhagen Osterbrogade 79 – Diskotek is round the corner from  the Danish national sports Stadium, Parken. It’s a buzzing late night venue which entices an older yet exuberant crowd.  they have a Retro Disco Ballroom reminiscent of what you may have found in the mid 1970’s. Their live DJ’s blast out classic Disco anthems.  A Nostalgic and mostly older clientele frequent Park Diskotek looking to roll back the years.  Drinks is free but that’s because of the substantial entrance fee. Open Thurs 10 pm till 6 am and 10 pm till 10 am on Fri/

Global Copenhagen Norre Allee 7 –  Global is one of the City’s most thriving and versatile live Music venues. Global gives you an insight in to Danish culture with traditional Folk music bands and Internationally renowned acts performing a  wide range of musical genres. Artists from as far as Indian and South Africa frequent this ethnically diverse and refreshing hotspot. It’s a breeding ground for new talent from all over the globe. Open from 11 pm till 5 am on most

Culture Box Copenhagen Kronprinsessegade 54, 1306-  Culture Box is an urban, underground venue which has become a favourite amongst the City’s hipsters. It’s a cool and alternative club with Minimal techno and Electro music providing the main soundtrack to the evening. This youthful bunch love to get drunk and indulge in mild flirtation and intimacy with new acquaintances. They have a 24 hour drinking licence. Entry fee varies but is usually around 5 Euro’s. website

Halvandet Copenhagen Refshalevej 325 – Halvandet is a mainstream melting pot for Copenhagen’s excitable youth. Chill out music and 0 DHalvandet is a fashionable outdoor hangout during the summer months on one of Copenhagen’s most alluring beaches.  They have daytime activities with sports and drunken frolicking in the Danish sunshine. They have a stylish in door Lounge if  it starts to pour down or becomes too cold. There’s a highly rated restaurant on the premises as well.  entry fee around 250 DKR.  Open between  Apri land Sept 10 am till Late. website



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