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This small but extremely popular nightclub in Nuremberg is just the place you need to check out if you want to hear some professional bands perform live. Rock your body and unwind at the Pegnitzbühne, while reputed artists from around the globe perform thrice a week to a tireless audience. In the past, the Pegnitzbühne has seen artists such as guitarist Hannes Bauer, guitarist Adam Levy, British artist Paul Rose, and Richard Palmer James of Supertramp fame perform. This live music club also hosts concerts with tribute bands twice every month, and even provides newcomers and upcoming artists with a stage to showcase their talents.
An entity that ensures the cultural scene in the city remains vibrant and diverse, the Stadtteilzentrum Desi has been in existence since 1978. A center funded by the city funds, this center presents a good variety of programming, be it concerts or other performances. Also, there is a bar that offers a good mix of drinks. See the website or call to know more.
The MUZ Club (Musikzentrale) offers everything music lovers dream of. With its fantastic range of events that have included performances by artists like Bonaparte, Gymmick, The Broken Beats, OSB Crew, Blood Red Shoes, and Friska Viljor in the past, a visit to this club will definitely introduce your senses to a whole new dimension of musical grooves. Besides hosting events with various musical themes, the club is also available on rent for workshops, recordings, as well as rehearsals. Check website for performance timings, and additional details.
Want to party in an underground vault? Here is your chance! This unique club is located in a medieval-style cellar. It plays various types of music, but generally sticks to Ballermann hits. If you're planning on coming with a big group, it's a good idea to make a reservation; the seats go quickly.
You can see celebration all over this place. Be it a group of friends catching up in the alley or a sophisticated dance move at the disco, you can see lot of energy. The joyful crowd live every minute spent here. Alcohol and snacks are served. Music is up-beat with hip hop, RnB and techno. You can see an eclectic mix of different nationalities in the crowd at the World of Nightlife. Special events are also conducted here regularly. A happening destination in the lively nightlife scene of Nuremberg.
This comfortable pub is reminiscent of an old fashioned junk shop. Das Kloster is rated amongst the smaller, but more well-loved of Nuremberg's watering holes. As the evening plods on, the place soon fills with animated types. In the midst of DJ Pult's finely tuned beats, a very rewarding night's drinking inevitably unfolds. The music varies daily as does the food. However, the Kloster is less a restaurant than it is a superb spot to meet friends for a get-together. A pub in which much emphasis is placed on the slogan "having fun".
Bathed in purple and pink light, this popular nightclub hosts various dance parties on the weekends. It is also available to rent out for special occasions.
Since the 1980's, the 360 Club has been a legend in Nuremberg, known for getting the best DJs on Fridays and Saturdays. It also has two lounges (capacity of 15 people) that are available for rent; so, check it out for a birthday party, bachelor party or other boisterous night out.
This is one of Germany's best-known nightclubs. Situated in the city center, Mach-1 is the oldest club in town and has seen countless trends come and go. The interior incorporates numerous staircases, futuristic bars and life-size paintings of sultry females. When the club hosts a big event, the walls can be shifted to make space for more people. Friday nights are reserved for special events, Saturdays feature house and every first Sunday of the month is gay night. The club attracts big names like David Moralis, Stereo Deluxe and Armand van Helden. The doormen are known for being choosy.
When tourists inquire about where they can find a nice cafe, the locals often mention the Ruhestörung (Disturbing the Peace). This has been the city's darling for sixteen years and one wouldn't want to begin counting the number of students and teenagers that have 'forgotten' about their studies whilst whiling away their afternoons and evenings here. There have also been some legendary knees ups, from New Year's Eve dos to birthday parties and carnival balls. Every time the Ruhestörung begins to show signs of wear and tear it miraculously bounces back. The cafe is also popular for breakfasts and if you have some spare time pop in, place your order and then choose a table to sit at outside. What better place to watch the world pass by?
Situated in the historic Old Town area of Nuremberg, Karstadt Kultur Café is a club, which focuses primarily on jazz and its variant improvisations. Recognizing that jazz is a genre which is forever changing, the club lives up to the expectations of the music lovers. It invites musicians from all over the world like percussionist Manu Katché and others from as far as Cuba and South Africa. Besides performances, readings and cabaret are also held occasionally.