Music Clubs in Hamburg
Liveband or international DJs - the Music Clubs in Hamburg offer the right ambience for every taste. Legendary music temples have been and still are the Golden Pudel Club and the Mojo Club, the new Molotow, Hafenklang, Kaiserkeller, Große Freiheit 36, Prinzenbar and Moondoo. The offer is never ending - But still the best recommendation is to just go with the flow of the night and to make your own experiences in little corner pubs, secret bars in backyards and souterrain-clubs.
Nike from Hamburg Konzerte shows St. Paulis club scene
Übel & Gefährlich
Live venue and dance club in one of the city’s largest bunkers. Great concerts and hip DJ’s are part for the course here. Also check the program of next door's club “Terrace Hill”.
Feldstraße 66, 20359 Hamburg
Spectacular location right under the “dancing towers”, which mark the entrance of the “Reeperbahn”. Founded in 1989 and relocated to the Reeperbahn in 1991, the Mojo Club developed to be one of the leading lights of Hamburg nightlife, with an international reputation. The Mojo Club can be seen as the German voice of Dancefloor Jazz and as a mastermind regarding modern breakbeat sounds like Acid Jazz.
Reeperbahn 1, 20359 Hamburg
Tel: 040 31 91 999
Indie concerts and techno parties including early Sunday morning after hour clubbing under a great red-lid arched stucco ceiling.
Kastanienallee 20, 20357 Hamburg
In summer, the barge Hedi is transformed into Hamburg’s most stunning open-air club. Hedi sails around the port while revelers enjoy ever-changing themed Dance-nights.
Bei den St. Pauli Landungsbrücken 10, 20359 Hamburg
"Unterm Strich" is a German saying which means summing things up. In this case, the earnings of the club, which are donated to social projects in St. Pauli, Hamburg's underdog district and home to much nightlife. Instead of ruining the neighborhood with excessive drinking, this partying actually helps. Founders are the "Clubkinder", a social initiative which combines cultural events with collecting donations.
Reeperbahn 136 (St. Pauli)
Villa Nova has a reputation of owning the citie's best soundsystem - its regularly used to the fullest by artists from the national and international Techno- and Housescene.
Talstraße 9 (St. Pauli)
Hafenklang has been on the Hamburg nightlife map for decades. Directly located at the Elbe River close to the notorious fish market, the club hosts parties and concerts with an emphasis on Punk, Rock, Dubstep, Ska and Drum&nBass. There are two dance floors on two storeys.
Große Elbstraße 84 (St. Pauli)
The location within the old bunker at Feldstraße gave the name to this funky night club and day time caf'e - Terrace Hill profits from the great view from the bunker terrace, overlooking the FC St. Pauli Stadium and regular fun faires below. Come when the sun is shining or on a starry night.
Feldstraße 66 (Karolinenviertel)
Telefon: 040 72 96 44 40
No sign points to the inside of Mandalay, only the streetnumber indicates the location. Mandalay is a mixture of lounge bar and club which is based in a former bank building from the 1920s. Puristic interior and plush colours lend a great atmosphere to the swing and electro swing parties which are regularly hosted here.
Neuer Pferdemarkt 13 (Schanzenviertel)
Right between the three nightlife areas Schanzenviertel, Karolinenviertel and St. Pauli, Grüner Jäger is not afraid to be popular without being mainstream. The tiny house with two dancefloors, a bar area and spacey outdoors hosts concerts, poetry slams and the like in the early evenings, while nighttime parties span different genres from 90s Eurotrash to Hip Hop, Indie and Alternative. On Sunday evenings, the club turns into a public viewing place for German's alltime favourite crime series "Tatort".
Neuer Pferdemarkt 36 (St. Pauli)