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Cherish your Mojo, like Mike Myers in Austin Powers and visit Mojo's blues bar in Copenhagen, with live blues every single night. In the evenings, live bands are on from about 10:30p, but acoustic blues often starts at 9p. On Fridays and Saturdays, an admission fee is charged, but on all other days admission is free. Mojo has a happy hour between 8p and 10p, during which draft beer can be bought for half price. Dancard is accepted.
Jolene Bar is a dance club that is known for its electronic weekdays and hip-hop weekends. The bar menu is outstanding and serves as an ideal ally to the hot music that is played all evening. Jolene's house DJs are always present to entertain the crowds and ensure that the enthusiasm of the crowd doesn't wane. Live concerts and shows are also held here. Call for event details.
Copenhagen's best kept secret, Jazzhus Montmartre has seen the who's who of the jazz world. Bringing to the city some fine Jazz music, famed artists like Herbie Hancock, Elvin Jones, Joe Scofield, Marcus Miller and Eddie Gomez have all made appearances here. The place also serves up some of the finest and freshest Italian delicacies this side of town. Warm and welcoming, the Jazzhus Montmartre is where you will find Copenhagen's jazz lovers. Head to Jazzhus Montmartre, have a quick bite and a drink, and indulge in some of the best live jazz music Copenhagen has to offer. No food is allowed during performances, which start at 8p, so arrive early if you want something to eat.
If live music is your passion, then Sofie Kælderen is the nightspot for you. Featuring all types of music from live DJs to jazz, this place has something for everyone. Their diverse list of events attracts a hip crowd from around the globe, so be sure to join the fun. Call ahead for upcoming events.
Culture Box is a hot and happening nightclub where people meet to revel in the beauty of the night and sway to good music. Sip on a drink as you groove to the rhythms of the night and meet new people, or simply lounge around at the intimate bar. Witness art, fashion and cultural events as well as film screenings on certain evenings. The club is also an ideal space for hosting business events and parties.
Opened in 1996, Vega consists of two state-of-the-art concert halls: Store Vega, a larger venue accommodating 1500, and Lille Vega, a smaller venue for 500 that belts out live acts on a regular basis, in addition to a stylish bar and a lounge. Vega attracts a range of pop, rock and techno bands from Denmark and abroad. Please confirm specific events schedules and nightclub timings on the website.
Centrally located on Sankt Hans Square in Nørrebro, Rust is where Copenhagen's lovers of live music convene for a night out on the town. With a bar, disco and concert venue spread over three floors, Rust features a wide variety of musical styles ranging from techno to alternative rock, house to hip hop. The admission price changes depending on the night, as does the age limit. Check their website for the schedule of live shows.
Loppen has in its fairly short history fought against violence, close-down threats and aversion, but has survived because of the strength of its non profit-making organization. With its location in the free city of Christiania, just next to Pusher Street, these conflicts may come as no surprise. Overcoming all odds, Loppen has fought for the good reputation it has now achieved. The club aims at a minimum of four concerts a week, in which the style is rock as well as alternative and pop. Some famous names on the program in the past have been The Verve, Smashing Pumpkins, Blur and The Cardigans. For bigger international concert names, tickets can often be booked in advance through Billetnet or Sex Beat Records.
A little club next to Amager bio that focuses on experimental electronic music.