Swap your PJ's for some DJ's and dance the night away at one of Copenhagen's top nightclubs or live music venues.
Today, Christiania is a refreshing green spot in the middle of a busy city. Small local workshops, cafes and organic restaurants attract visitors and offer all sorts of experiences. The self-governing and autonomous community has roughly 1000 inhabitants.Read more ›
If you want to see a good concert, Vega is the place to go. There really isn’t a better music venue than Vega. Since the mid 1990‘s this complex has been the best-known music hall and nightclub venue in the city. Great and diverse lineups with indie bands to hip hop stars make Vega the most popular place to go to concerts.Read more ›
Rust's line-up is always current and it is therefore an excellent place to check out the latest trends in dance music and catch top international and Danish DJ's and live bands. Summer music festivals such as Distortion and Strøm host several events here, so try and coordinate a visit around them.Read more ›
Loppen has a knack for attracting some top-talent that would otherwise play bigger stages. In line with the Christiania-philosophy, Loppen self-organizes on a weekly meeting. Though smoking is no longer allowed in the venue, you'll still appreciate the place for what it is: The oldest rock'n'roll bar in Copenhagen.Read more ›
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They were the first and are still the best. The place has three different rooms with four different bars and generally have the most ambitious and forward-thinking lineups. A collab with famed Berlin club Berghain has resulted in some out-of-this-world parties in the basement. Come early for the drinks specials.Read more ›
Though it's not the cheapest place to get your drink on, prices are actually fairly reasonable for an ambitious place like this. Crowd's usually well-mixed, so nobody's left out. A partnership with the famed brand Veuve Clicquot means the bar is always well-stocked. If plain ol' champagne bores you, try their cocktails.Read more ›